|Feb 12, 2007, 08:31 PM||#1|
Game Code Exchange Threads
The threads listed below let you exchange your identification information for game platforms and networks, to help you find and recognize other MacRumors members.
In some threads, the original poster has used the first post for a directory of codes for members who have posted there.
The list of threads above is maintained by the MacRumors moderators. To participate in the exchange, click the thread for each game or game system you use.
Post in this thread only to discuss how we can help forum members find and use game code exchange threads, or to identify new threads of this type. Do not post game codes in this thread; such posts will be removed without notification. You can also send me a Private Message about new threads we might add to the list.
The game code exchange threads depend on the cooperation of the members involved.
We suggest that you post at most once in each game code exchange thread, so that others can use the thread for reference. If your information changes, edit your post rather than make another post in the same thread.
Note: This suggestion is merely a guideline, not a MacRumors rule, so do not report posts that don't follow the suggestion. The MacRumors moderators do not manage the use of these threads other than to enforce the forum rules that apply to all threads.
Last edited by Doctor Q; Dec 29, 2009 at 05:33 PM. Reason: list updated
|Feb 14, 2007, 11:45 AM||#2|
wouldn't it be easier to consolidate those three threads into this one? that way you don't need to search all three. and this is a stickied topic (i assume) which would allow everyone to see it right away, rather then need to be diverted to those threads.
|Feb 14, 2007, 12:27 PM||#3|
|Feb 14, 2007, 12:33 PM||#4|
If we were starting from scratch, there could be one thread for all game platforms, but the current threads already exist separately. The moderators and I didn't set out to manage or reorganize the code threads, just to help people find them.
Many gamers use multiple platforms, which might favor a combined approach, but having separate threads lets people find others on a specific platform more efficiently and avoids having posts for a less-used platform buried among posts for a more-used platform. So it's a tradeoff.
Perhaps some members would prefer that the "Macrumors Members XBL Tag/PSN/DS/Wii #/etc!" thread be divided into multiple threads, while others would rather see all of the ones above combined. In either case, our starting point is with the threads we have now.
If there is a strong consensus that we should start over with a single thread, or somehow combine the existing threads, or try to create a master directory of member codes, let's hear your ideas. Anyone is welcome to make suggestions or volunteer to organize things differently.
|Feb 14, 2007, 12:45 PM||#5|
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