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Tipsy said:
Both in theory and practice, the best way to motivate people is to give them a stake in their innovation and give them the freedom to follow their ideas as they see fit. Following this line of thinking, a decentralization of control of bringing content in rather than centralized control will foster more content.
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Pains Requiem

BattleForums Senior Member
He sounds like a therapist or a psychiatrist or some ****.


Former Staff member of my ideas got implimented????? I'm seriously in shock.


Retired Staff
I'd actually rather get money than get the opportunity to see my innovation through till the end.

Wing Zero

lol just as planned
so like are we canned ?


Guy with Most Posts on Quiet Board.


This is battleforums, a place where we make things complicated.


Guy with Most Posts on Quiet Board.
You forgot: "Since 2002".


I think you missed the point there buddy =]


We're boned.

Moderators sadly should be the ones generating said content on their boards.
There aren't any board-specific moderators to make content. There are only global mods, such as you. So yeah... you're the one that should be generating the content, no?


Guy with Most Posts on Quiet Board.
It was generic. Section mods needed to do content on thier sides, global mods need to enfore rules globally. But any content that may affect BF needs to be discussed with admin or owner.

Jim said:
I think you missed the point there buddy =]
I didn't, I was just adding on to your sentence.