Now LQ has so many distributions how about listing them in alphabetical order?
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In that case, couldn't you add "Historical" & "Alphabetical" sort by buttons to the "Forum" heading?
I like & agree w/ preserving the history, but I can see the utility of an alphabetical display.
If you're using a subforum frequently, it would be far more efficient to bookmark the direct link to it rather than click through the main forum.
I do think there are far too many new subforums anyway. With all due respect to the developers, isn't it desirable to prune away some of them which haven't seen substantial development activity or forum activity over a period of a couple of years or so. I'm sure the list has quite a few.
Last edited by vharishankar; 07-01-2009 at 09:06 AM.