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    Retire "Post a JavaScript" forum?

    If there are no objections, I think I'll be retiring the Post a JavaScript forum very soon. It's getting less and less activity. I do have something else to replace it in mind already.
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    Does this site have a "Post a JavaScript' forum? I don't remember ever seeing anything from there show up in New Posts.
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    That's because most new stuff there immediately gets deleted because it's:

    A. Spam
    B. A question, not a finished script
    C. Only links to script sites, not useful scripts
    D. Java/PHP/ASP stuff
    E. Homework
    F. Trivial scripts
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    Will it be archived? I still like to trawl for useful scripts every now and again?
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    In some form, yep, it will be archived. I'm thinking of just moving the posts in the PAJ category to the main JavaScript category at that point.
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