[PnP] For or against a 'forum' for P&P?

Wout Broere broere at powersandperils.org
Fri Apr 22 23:47:15 CEST 2005

Paul and others,

I agree with most of the 'against' arguments, but there is one extremely 
valid point in favor of a forum: the search capabilities. I realised that 
we can use google for that and made a very quick hack to have a form search 
google only for entries on the pnp list. It seems to work 

Better form should follow when time permits.


PS: There are some additions to the site, but there is a lot more still in 
my Inbox that needs to be added to the site.

At 14:01 25/02/2005, you wrote:
>Hello Paul,
>     Burton's right, there's not enough traffic or interest to branch
>     out even further. However, just because a topic doesn't merit its
>     own forum doesn't mean an existing forum can't spare a new
>     sub-category for those that are interested and want to use it.
>     Capability without needing justification. Yep, it's the American
>     way! lol
>     Anyway, I've been working on setting up a forum for various
>     interests, and one of the areas was already going to be for
>     certain RPGs. As soon as I get the site up and running, everyone
>     that wants to is more than welcome to make use of it, and Wout
>     could, if he wanted to, add a link to it. Would that do ya?
>Best regards,
>    Larry                          mailto:Kurgan at Fastmail.fm
>pnp mailing list
>pnp at abroere.xs4all.nl

Wout Broere		broere at powersandperils.org
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