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Discussion in 'New Features, Site News, Issues Info.' started by KerryS, Jun 16, 2017.

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  1. KerryS

    KerryS Ignored Member

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    Is there a way to place an entire forum on ignore? Example; the conservation forum.
     
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    Derek Young Emerging Rivers Guide Services

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    It's certainly not taking the path I imagined it would. For example, the new member who posted a desire to contribute with conservation projects in King County - there's value in having that forum be the go to source for supporting organizations and actually doing good work.
     
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    Josh dead in the water

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    Perhaps we need an angry political ranting forum that the rest of us can place on ignore.
     
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    KerryS Ignored Member

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    It is interesting to go back to the beginning of the forum and look at the first threads then take a look at what it evolved into.
     
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    Salmo_g Well-Known Member

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    What? You thought conservation isn't politically controversial? Come on.
     
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    KerryS Ignored Member

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    I know conservation is political but the forum is no longer a conservation forum. It is almost completely political with most threads having little to do with conservation or in some cases racist or religious in topic. I am just as guilty as the others posting there but if I could ignore the entire forum I would and do to some extent.
     
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    Jim Ficklin Genuine Montana Fossil

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    I just use my personal, built-in ignore function to avoid some people & contentious threads.
     
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    I like the arguing. Like anyone's actually going to change each other's minds. I think when your amount of political and "conservation" posts exceeds fishing related posts your account should be locked until you provide a fishing report with pictures.
     
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    Derek Young Emerging Rivers Guide Services

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    It's turning into the Washington Fighting Forum. Maybe it's cause I just saw the new Wonder Woman movie...;)
     
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    Ed Call Mumbling Moderator Staff Member

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    No, not that I'm aware of.
     
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    To be fair, there is a good deal of information to be gleaned between the outright misinformation and potshots (guilty). You might have to read through a bunch of links to get there, but I find the conservation forum incredibly informative.
     
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    Josh dead in the water

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    I just wish that forum would get used more for encouraging action on specific issues (writing congress about pebble mine, public access, etc) than acrid debate on broader issues.
     
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    Another forum I am part of made their Political subforum password protected with a very simple password. This had the effect of removing the forum when you'd scan the "new posts" option on Tapatalk. If it helps the forum is Teton Gravity Research.
     
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    What about ignored prefixes in preferences?
    Do those work for anyone?
    They don't for me.

    Jay
     
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    You mean, like going to rescue a tree that's burning when it sits in the middle of a raging forest fire?

    The stakes in conservation issues have grown well beyond a single subject. The basic laws, regulations, and budget support for everything related to environment is being attacked. Pebble mine is a drop of water in Lake Erie.

    I post informative articles in Conservation. It should never be necessary. Which pisses me royally.