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6-16-2011 @ 7:49PM
I'm surprised that they considered it "broken" enough to scrap it and try something else.To continue the example of the Bear tanking question/answer that pissed off the above poster - the question wasn't just one question - it was a mess of a bunch of different issues all hodge-podged into one single blob of a paragraph or two.The dev who saw that thought "Ok, let's talk about Bear tanking" and off he went. Sure that's a problem, maybe he just should've edited out the stuff he couldn't or didn't want to, or didn't have time to talk about - but it's also an issue of people upvoting huge sets of stuff that they want covered. I thought it was a decent system. But I suppose blog posts from the devs is just fine, too. That way there's no teeth-gnashing about which questions will get answered - the devs just write about what they can/want to write about and that's that.
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