Jack Flacsaid: Jeremy Chengsaid: Just make an osrs rants forum where the osrs forums are currently located on the list and lock all osrs rants in the rs3 rants to encourage ppl to post their osrs rants in the osrs rants forum.No thanks. I get that you have a hate boner for OSRS, but that doesn't mean you have to constantly flaunt it.
Rants exists for all things Runescape, whether it be RS3, OSRS, Classic, Darkscape, Chroinicle, the website. Always has.
Miusaid: Even if rants threads were meaningless (they're not), adding an OSRS rants forum would actually help developers find the more "meaningful" feedback in the relevant forums, by giving OSRS rants a clear place to go.
Im pretty sure they already do by reading the relevant threads.
Thus no need for yet another dead forum.
Miusaid: Secondly, your claim that it takes dev time to make a forum is nonsensical. Jagex recently popped up the patch notes forum out of nowhere, as well as a skilling cup forum. If you believe that opening up a little forum requires a hefty amount of dev time, you are vastly underestimating Jagex's skills.
Immortalizedsaid: patch notes forum is not temp AFAIK
Mod Shaunysaid: The new section is something for the short term, the idea is to eventually push patch notes to their own news posts, but they're in a new section for now just to keep it away from RGU, as we unsticky patch note posts in RGU they get lost and eventually deleted when they hit page 50 of RGU, I'd rather not lose them at all.
Dilbert2001said: So to hear that you disagree with the Fmod/Lmod/Jmod who moved your thread to Rant. I don't know what thread you are referring to and I have no interest to know and it doesn't matter to most forum users probably, but the moral of the story is when the forum authorities say your thread is unconstructive and better be situated in the Rant forums, then you can either agree with them or use the FMR (if applicable)
If you disagree with what a mod did, best to take it to FMR.
Not discuss it on a thread where it doesnt belong.
Molly Weazlysaid: This does happen quite regularly. Not to me, I have never had a thread moved to Rants. But I have seen threads that are complaining about an update, bug whatever moved to Rants when it was also giving constructive feedback. But I do read Rants regularly as I have done since I started reading the forums, so I can see the difference.
Thus depending on how the "complaint" was worded, it might be better off in rants.