This is now the archive for October and November Discussions and Ideas. The new, December Discussions & Ideas page is at:
Current Discussions & Ideas Page
There is also a dedicated page for the ongoing discussion about the new My List format on Netflix. That page is at:
Discussion: New My List Format
November 19: Only the names have been changed
A new post went up today, and with it, a new plan to make the main page more flexible. Instead of the one-page-for-each-month titling scheme (which created a problem as soon as we started getting titles for the following month - detailed in various comments, below), the most current post on the Home page will always be titled "Current Expiring Titles." A subtitle will specify the month or months covered. Sometime in the middle of each month, depending on when and how many comments come in for the upcoming month, a new post will be started. The previous post will then become the archive for the expired titles for that month, and its name will be changed from "Current Expiring Titles" to "Expired Titles - [Month]." This might cause some confusion at first, but once we get used to that pattern, I think it will all seem perfectly normal. I have high hopes for this plan, but if you find it isn't working for you, please let me know.
One of our trusty followers pointed out - rightly so - that the Discussions page is becoming a bit unwieldy, comment-wise. Just for the rest of November, I'm going to ask for your indulgence, so I can archive at the end of the month. From then on, I'll archive at the end of each month, so we shouldn't get too buried in comments. If there are open discussions at the end of a month, I'll copy-paste the relevant comments to the new Discussions page.
What I'm working on around the blog:
There is still quite a bit to tend to from the change in template/design. Still working on getting rid of the white space behind text, the tiny size of comments, and font concerns, among other details. Also, I have started to add content to the FAQ/Resource page. It will take a while before it's anywhere close to complete, but I'll chip away at it. If anyone is so inclined, I would appreciate having the info on that page double-checked to make sure I got it right. Additions and/or corrections most welcome.