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Agora


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The Soapbox


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Those comments are removed manually (and the notice posted) when I see the problem taking shape. Typically, well-established sites are able take care of these activities through vigilant community self-moderation. But the Community Team is still considering candidates for your provisional Moderators. The bigger problem is that, often, it's not actually the ...


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Just to clarify under which circumstances a room is frozen. A room is frozen after 14 days without any activity. (A room can be deleted already after 7 days if there is almost no activity in there, but this is not the case for the type of room you are asking about - basically the "main"1 chatroom for the site.) The system always keeps at least one room ...


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The House of Commons I do like this one for a General chat, because of the historical implication that it's filled with common folk as opposed to the privileged. Even though that really isn't true.


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Upon thinking more, how about .. The Filibuster Not only is it on topic, I think it's a perfect backdrop for a room full of very chatty people :)


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The Tavern Advantage: Everybody talks politics in taverns, clear back to when Lugal-Zage-Si and his cousin Is-Agez-Lagul put their heads together over a glass of 𒀁𒀑𒀑𒈰 and plotted to overthrow King Ur-Zababa. Disadvantage: Everybody talks politics in taverns after imbibing alcoholic beverages.


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The Smoke-Filled Back Room, of course.


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The room has been quite active for a month now. If there has been no moderator intervention or negative comments, I think you can safely assume all is well.


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Speakers' Corner A Speakers' Corner is an area where open-air public speaking, debate and discussion are allowed. (Last one, I promise.)


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