Does this mean that I better remove the cannons/cannonades in the "Index:Land Based MOCs" because we are having a specific Index for them? In this case I will wait until Mr. P. has completed the new index.
A general remark/question: Is it a good idea to have many pinned topics? I was considering a merge of the Index: MOC ships and Index: Land based MOCs to limit the number of pinned topics. For users that are already a long time on EB, it is no problem to find the MOCs, but for new users this gets more difficult since the MOCs are already 1 level deeper and depending on the resolution of your screen, you have to scroll down first before you see the actual discussion topics. Is there a general strategy on this Mr. Phes/Tiber? Basically (and don't that this negative please!) I think the overall structure of the Pirate forum is very bad and a real nightmare for new users! This might also be one of the reasons why not many users from the other EB-forums post here. We pirates also have a look at the other forum (at least I do), but I don't see many (except Norro) fellows, other members commenting anymore in the pirate MOC forum. By not having a clear structure, the pirate forum is isolation itself!
This would be my proposal to bring a good structure:
The first level gives only an overview of the different forums and doesn't contain any actual posts:
- (General) Pirate forum
- Pirate MOC forum: Here are all the MOCs and 1 extra forum: Pirate MOC index forum (containing the indexes, torso library,...)
- The Great Library of Honduras
- Pirate LEGO Signature & Avatar Workshop
- Governor Broadside's Administration Building
In order not to have an off-topic discussion here, I started a separate topic: The structure of the Lego pirates forum.
if you would like the microsoft word document, pm your email and i'll email it
it is a good point to just have it all merged
also. if we want things tidy, should we merge this thread with the custom cannon thread and maybe have the subtitle changed to "Index: MOC Cannons"?