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Another new user question, as someone who has a WIP game design thread. My game design is likely to go through a lot of evolution before reaching beta, and would like to provide an archived list of design changes whilst avoiding front page bloat (I didn't reserve a second post for this purpose, but it wouldn't have been suitable anyway for the purposes of the question).

What are my options, internally on the site? Would it be best to have a dedicated blog on the subject which I can then just link to as a straightforward "Archive here: (internal link)" simple edit, or am I better using a more versatile external link to something like wordpress? is there some built-in archiving option dedicated for these purposes that I haven't noticed, etc etc.

Thanks in advance for any and all responses.
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A dedicated blog here would work.
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jmilum wrote:
A dedicated blog here would work.


That's what I suspected.

TO THE BLOG FAQ!

(additional input still welcome)
 
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jmilum wrote:
A dedicated blog here would work.


Blog it up!
 
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BoardGameGeek » Forums » Introduction » New User Questions
Re: Archiving design changes vs Wall-o-text reserve posts - What are my best options?
The original design thread already exists if that's an "I'm interested" shout - check the design thread where I *seem* to have set off a minor theme about people exploring a cookery theme.

Is the thread title a candidate for a "Slightly pedantic but still valid new user questions" FAQ?
 
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