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Discussion in 'Hyatt | Gold Passport' started by peteropny, Feb 15, 2011.
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In the Wiki only or in a Sticky (with a link in the Wiki)?
Voted but not really sure of the actuall difference and how it may affect my MP experience.
Probably no real difference - biggest difference that I see is that if it's up in the Wiki, anyone can edit the "list" (not sure how many people would actually try to do it since its kind of technical and a bit tricky - actually trickier than on TOB). If it's in the sticky, only certain people (myself as the thread originator and anybody with admin rights to the forum) may edit it.
Voted for the Wiki as it helps maintain "reference information" in one place and editable by anyone who's interested in helping out.
I think leaving it as a sticky would provide faster access to the reviews.
Thx for the clarification. I guess the "wiki only" option makes more sense to me as things would be more streamlined in a sense.
considering the experience most of us have from another FF bulletin board, I would say that the wiki is a great addition to this site.
I love the idea to centralize all pertinent information regarding a program & locations in one place only, where you don't have to search through many threads to find the info you're looking for. Furthermore, I would like to hope (allright I'll confess I might be too naive) that this would help to eliminate a maximum of pointless threads, or posts within a thread asking the same questions over and over...
I'll agree with most of you in that it would a waste of time imo to keep two lists, and once again I'ld prefer the list to be on the wiki in order to create a site that is as easy to navigate as possible and where all information is centralized!
Prefer sticky because like seeing latest reviews on properties I have not been to....its a good introduction. On wiki would be more likely to use it to only review places I am already thinking of visiting.