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I was wondering, what can we add and what can we remove from the site's scope. For instance, it seems like many people appreciate howtos, but these are posted under one post of collective posts/links. Also, for applications that are not new and for most games (not important announcements) there is a bundling under a common header once in a few days. Some stuff, like Apple and Microsoft stuff, gets altogether ignored. We'd be happy to hear some suggestions. The current editorial rules (mental rules) can be adjusted according to demand/preferences.

I was wondering, what can we add and what can we remove from the site's scope. For instance, it seems like many people appreciate howtos, but these are posted under one post of collective posts/links. Also, for applications that are not new and for most games (not important announcements) there is a bundling under a common header once in a few days. Some stuff, like Apple and Microsoft stuff, gets altogether ignored. We'd be happy to hear some suggestions. The current editorial rules (mental rules) can be adjusted according to demand/preferences.

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