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November 26, 2017, 12:14:02 PM
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It takes 20 minutes for a new thread to drop off the front page in Bitcoin discussions. The same tired old multihundred or multi-thousand threads that are no longer of interest to anybody but the sig spammers, just keep getting bumped to push out the new discussion threads. A check for new replies won't help either.

Would it be possible to have an option to ignore all threads with more than 100 replies (say)?

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November 26, 2017, 12:19:58 PM
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Perhaps see if Mods will lock the thread once the question or concern was adequately addressed? I think many crap threads are opened just to farm accounts, that and sheer laziness.

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November 26, 2017, 12:50:28 PM
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It takes 20 minutes for a new thread to drop off the front page in Bitcoin discussions.
Agreed. I think the time should be discussed very well base on the number of topics made (every second, minute, hour) which I don't really have an idea since I don't usually post there.
Perhaps see if Mods will lock the thread once the question or concern was adequately addressed? I think many crap threads are opened just to farm accounts, that and sheer laziness.
I support this idea. This is exactly the right thing to do so that new interesting topics will get the required attention to have a good discussion. It may come to a point where the OP would bump it for visibilty which is quiet off and usually done only in Martketplace.

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November 26, 2017, 04:24:00 PM
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The thread I started on Biternity is now on page 4. I think I'll stop visiting the discussion forum. I'm not interested in whether Bitcoin will destro banks - the banks are doing a good enough job at that. Smiley There are many other duplicate threads about not very important issues, or rubbish comments. I might start one that says Bitcoin improved my manhood because I didn't prune my node. Smiley

side-note - I am interested in the concept of biternity chains, and I suspect somebody will introduce one instead of a boring old fork.

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