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5-12-2010 @ 5:06PM
I'm sorry, I just feel I have to keep bringing this up until someone does something about it.Know Your Lore's main Index page:http://www.wow.com/lore/None of the new articles have been added since December.Somebody - anybody - please - take 5 minutes and just add the links? It's an Index page fer cryin' out loud, and this is a huge gaping hole. Seriously, I'll do it myself if you want me to. It just needs a few moments of attention.Does it get any more basic and core to what we're doing here than the actual page "wow-dot-com-slash-lore"?
5-13-2010 @ 1:23AM
http://i.wow.com/category/know-your-lore/Here's one already. Wouldn't having two be redundant?
5-13-2010 @ 10:55AM
Never seen that before, because they don't do anything to promote it. Does the "i.wow.com" signify something intended for the iPhone? The stripped down display would tend to support that theory.Also, I'm not talking about just being able to pull up the most recent posts in chronological order, I'm talking about a page that someone there created for a specific reason, which actually sorts the articles into specific subcategories for use as an easy reference guide. Do people just not understand what "index" means anymore?The "wow-dot-com-slash-lore" page is a great reference, serves a real purpose, and is in the perfect location. It just hasn't been kept up in a few months. But if a couple minutes to add the links is genuinely too much of a pain in the ass for each and every person involved, then they should just remove the page entirely. Fish or cut bait already.
5-13-2010 @ 8:43PM
It's because I took the link from my iPhone. Regular bottom level "www." should work fine.Thy usually index things after completing sections as they deemed fit. I'm sure they are also waitng for Cataclysm for more of that.
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