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#1171628 - 04/20/06 06:45 PM What You Need to Know posts (WYNK posts)
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We've got a new board up that really deserves a look by ANYONE who hasn't seen it yet. It's an archive spot for the extremely valuable member-generated "What You Need To Know" posts.

Sharing of numismatic knowledge at its best.



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Edited by Architecht (11/01/07 12:14 PM)
Edit Reason: Fixed broken link
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#1171629 - 04/20/06 09:06 PM Re: Numismatic Glossary [Re: Architecht]
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A-HA!

I think you're onto something here!

This is exactly the type of thing I was hoping for - a single place where reference-type threads can be placed to be easily found. And I like the point you made about it being alphabetically sortable.

Are you going to move all the WYNK (What You Need to Know) threads there also?

I think it's fantastic!

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#1171630 - 04/21/06 11:32 AM Re: Numismatic Glossary [Re: James_OldeTowne]
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A-HA!

I think you're onto something here!

This is exactly the type of thing I was hoping for - a single place where reference-type threads can be placed to be easily found. And I like the point you made about it being alphabetically sortable.

Are you going to move all the WYNK (What You Need to Know) threads there also?

I think it's fantastic!

James




I think so, yeah. We'll see how it works out. The idea that people seemed to like was to let WYNTK posts have their full run in the main forum here, but after they've fallen way off of the radar, archive them centrally. The glossary forum seems an ok place for that, although it might need a minor re-name.
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#1171631 - 05/25/06 08:52 AM Re: Numismatic Glossary [Re: Architecht]
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So I changed the name of the glossary board to put more emphasis on the WYNTK archive. How do you pronounce that anyway? Win Tee Kay?

Thoughts?
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#1171632 - 05/25/06 09:29 AM Re: Numismatic Glossary [Re: Architecht]
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Oh maybe we leave the TO out?

WYNK... "wink" posts?
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#1171633 - 05/25/06 04:14 PM Re: Numismatic Glossary [Re: Architecht]
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Thanks, Arch.

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#1171634 - 05/25/06 06:40 PM Re: Numismatic Glossary [Re: Architecht]
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Oh maybe we leave the TO out?

WYNK... "wink" posts?





Face it Arch,no one gets your humor.

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#1171635 - 05/26/06 11:56 PM Re: Numismatic Glossary [Re: HaydenTubbs]
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My two cents - I'd prefer to have two forums - one for the glossary, one for WYNTK posts. Otherwise, the glossary entries would be split from A-W, then WYNTK, then W-Z. Besides, why make us sort through a (hopefully) ever-increasing amount of terms to get to the more meaty WYNTK posts?
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#1171636 - 05/29/06 03:53 AM Re: Numismatic Glossary [Re: pendragon1998]
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Great idea.

Thanks, Arch!


Edited by CarolinaCollector (05/29/06 03:54 AM)
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#1171637 - 06/06/06 06:03 PM Re: Numismatic Glossary [Re: CarolinaCollector]
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I've gotten some feedback that combining the WYNK posts and the glossary detracts from the WYNK posts. I'm just looking for consensus on the best way to treat these gems. Anyone else feel this way?
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