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Which is more important?

Which of these options is most important for a forum?

  • More topics - more topics will create more discussion.

    Votes: 2 16.7%
  • Less topics - promotes better "quality" debate/discussion within them.

    Votes: 1 8.3%
  • More members - both of the above will balance the forum.

    Votes: 9 75.0%
  • Other - please post

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters


Benevolent Dictator
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May 19, 2004
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Libertarian - Right
Which of these options, in your opinion, are most important in a forum?
The core of any debate rests with the debators. How else might debate be created? I believe that if you are to have quality, expansive debate, you're going to need a large base of debators so that topics that interest a wide variety of people will receive a wide variety of answers. In having a larger people base, you will in turn create more interest in the individual if they recognize that by posting a topic or response that is their own, then they have the potential of hearing a lot of feedback from other debators since there exist so many numerically. There is no better way to improve the amount of quality, expansive debate than to create interest among a lot of people. That's how things in this country get changed, that's also how they should be discussed.

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