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POLL: When Is It Media (Tie-Breaker Round)


116 votes were cast.


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I really don't care. If we, as gamers, are worried about trivial stuff like this, I am beginning to see why we can't get all of our projects done. wink


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
Webpages belong on the Media boards
14
12%
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Wargaming webpages belong on the Discussion boards; others belong on the Media boards
68
59%
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no opinion
34
29%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION
Currently, in most of the major forum interest areas, there is usually a division into:
(blank) Discussion
for discussing wargaming and associated history
(blank) Media
for discussing books, films, boardgames, computer games, and other media
Should the definition of 'media' be broadened to include webpages?

Up until now, discussions about webpages – such as an article about some battle – have been placed on the Discussion board.

Should they be moved to the Media boards?

Or do webpages, ephemeral as they can be, rise to the level of 'media' for our purposes?

Is a blog article 'media'?

Is a news item 'media'?

I'm concerned that if media gets defined too broadly, then everything falls under 'media'.

Poll set up by Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian, based on this pre-poll discussion.