Continuing the discussion from Ladies Night Event in Seattle:
I think this suggestion by Xerxes is a good one if it is agreeable for a good portion the user base. The main advantage i see for this is that it will keep threads about what they say on the title. If there is a serious point to contest as raised by a thread’s premise I would say that it belongs in it own thread (linked or otherwise). To take off from one of Xerxes examples, there is thread on drafting strategies and a user would like to discuss the price point drafts rather than posting in that thread something like: [quote=“arcv2”] I think the real best drafting strategy is not to play because it costs way too much.[/quote] That discussion should stand on its own merits in separate thread, rather than baiting the people in the existing thread to refute it.
I think this guideline is right at home with Improve the Discussion and improves upon Be Agreeable, Even When You Disagree as it fits with Keep It Tidy.
I would love to hear if anybody has a useful way to codify this as well as any possible issues that such a guideline might bring up!