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Question about the order of topics

The wiki software of course, when using the "+" tab (above) creates any new topic at the bottom of the list of previously existing topics. Might it be considered bad form if topics were listed in the reverse order, i.e., newest first? Or, if editor "X" placed his/her topic in the middle or at the top? Am just curious if there is an established etiquette and/or opinions on the matter. (I have no topic pending at this time.) All opinions--pro, con, indifferent--welcome. Thanks! -- RayBirks 21:09, 3 December 2010 (CST)

I'm not aware of a way for the + button to do anything but add an item to the bottom of the page. That plus the fact that every talk page works the same way (bottom is most recent) makes me think it's not worth the confusion to attempt to change it. Don't worry, one gets used to going to scrolling to the bottom of the page every time. --Forgottenman (talk) 09:25, 4 December 2010 (CST)


Hopefully all of the discussions that occur on this page will be productive and fruitful. After all, if anything seriously amiss were to occur here, that would really be a "tragedy of the commons," as it were! LOL! Nathan Larson (talk) 00:50, 30 July 2012 (MSD)