About the merger of threads
Hello! Regarding Talk:Article feedback: I merged the two threads on the similar topic under a headline covering both. The intention is to direct comments to the topic where they are most likely to be read and commented by other users interested in the same topic, and also to minimize forking of the discussion. It will also be helpful when/if the topic is summarized, if every post related to the topic is in the same thread. --Bensin 18:19, 31 May 2011 (UTC)
- Thanks. I sort-of-understand (as I said), just wanted to note it. I don't mind (in that case) but, I could see where it could cause concern. Moving something so it is apparently in response to another comment can change the meaning considerably - if you see what I mean? (Not bothered, in THIS case, you understand - but, in general)
- On enwiki, sometimes people 'refactor' a discussion and it can cause chaos.
- You can imagine,
== Proposal for Pending Changes == This is great! - A USER
== Proposal for Pending Changes == :We need to remove PC as soon as possible - Someone else ::This is great! - A USER
- As I am not familiar with Liquid Threads much, yet - it may be different. But I could see misunderstandings happening.
- Thanks for responding. I do reiterate - it's not a problem; I just wanted to 'make a note', that's all. Cheers, Chzz 01:59, 1 June 2011 (UTC)
- I agree with you! At first I tried to put it under the same header and on the same level as the first comment, but that was not possible so I put it under the first one. I checked first so that the meaning of your post would not change. I will look into it some more to see if I could/should have done it differently. --Bensin 03:52, 1 June 2011 (UTC)