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Redundant Categories -- Merge?Okay, here's one that you probably don't get too often... I just found out that there is both a "Pride and Prejudice" category and a "Jane Austen" category. Maybe they should be merged. (It helps that only one of them has any stories in it.)
|Shadow-fox||I agree because it leaves more room to put more people in the catagory too.|
|HRT|| It's entirely possible someone didn't realize Jane Austen wrote Pride and Prejudice. Dodges broken bottles flung by an irate mod |
However, if the Austen category becomes big enough, it might be better to keep the P & P category separate so you don't have to wade through masses of Sense and Sensibility or Emma fics to find Elizabeth/Darcy. Or Darcy/Wickham, come to think of it.
|Ithilwen|| There are two stories in P&P and none in Austen. I think we should move the two stories to the Austen category and nix the P&P. Right now, wading's not an issue.|
What probably happened was that someone requested P&P without noticing that there was already an Austen category. The mods probably just filled the request instead of contacting the member.
|Shadow-fox||talk to the admins they will or could help with that just go email them about it.|
|Ithilwen||Or I could post in the forum thread dedicated to such issues. Eh, I don't want to bug them. This is a minor problem and they'll get to it when they get to it.|
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