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Remove Facebook Group
I'm thinking we can do without the link to the Facebook Group (just linking to the page instead), to avoid confusion. Or, is there a good place to put it for its "historical value"?
--Tbutler 21:43, 14 January 2012 (CST)
- Yes, that would be CATUG_websites#Historic_sites.
- Slightly disappointed that you had to ask, because there is a signpost of how to find that right under the Facebook link that you are talking about! It's meant to get people exploring using the Categories, but apparently it is too cryptic in practice. Oh dear. Perhaps I need to build more familiar-looking index pages.
- As for the FB Group: would it be premature to remove it? I don't understand the changes on FB. N Reid (talk) 17:05, 20 January 2012 (CST)
- I've visited the historic sites page, I guess I just wanted sure if it had value there or if that was ideal for a Facebook Group. I have mixed feelings about continuing to promote the group. Since Groups are primarily "private," it seems, now, I think the Page might be better to focus our promotion on. When people participate in it, they visibly "like" us (unlike the way it is for new groups). Perhaps I'll bring this up on Ops and see what folks think.
- --Tbutler 19:49, 20 January 2012 (CST)