Combining Latin and Ancient, Classical and Extinct fora

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Combining Latin and Ancient, Classical and Extinct fora

Postby PfifltriggPi » 2016-11-13, 21:47

Hello all!
I am wondering what you might think about merging the ''Latin'' forum into the ''Ancient, Classical and Extinct'' forum. Both of them do not get much traffic, and there is a good amount of stuff in/about Latin already in the ''Ancient, Classical and Extinct'' forum. I think combining them would increase the traffic in the ''Ancient, Classical and Extinct'' forum. It would also make knowing where to ask questions about Latin less confusing as well as more likely to be answered, as people who are interested in Latin would only have to look in one forum.
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Re: Combining Latin and Ancient, Classical and Extinct fora

Postby mōdgethanc » 2016-11-13, 22:53

Fine with me. I don't see why Latin is so special it deserves its own forum when there hasn't been a post in there since August.

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Re: Combining Latin and Ancient, Classical and Extinct fora

Postby PfifltriggPi » 2016-11-14, 0:09

Goodness, I did not know Latin was that dead! (No pun intended)
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Re: Combining Latin and Ancient, Classical and Extinct fora

Postby vijayjohn » 2016-11-14, 3:28

Dang, has it really been that long? Since August? I would've posted there myself if I hadn't effectively stopped posting in language-specific forums. :?


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