Date: 2009-03-06 03:40 am (UTC)
There's nothing I can find in their documentation or FAQ that indicates if they do one way or the other - probably that's the question to get answered first before we try to hash out any kind of system.

I asked about this way back in one of the mod posts, and at the time, Rabican didn't know if there was a limit, and certainly not what it is, if it exists. Obviously I agree with you on that point - maybe this thread'll bring the mods out on if there's an answer. >_>

That said, one thing easy enough to deal with now: I feel like the "in-joke: " lead on the in-jokes kind of... kills the joke.

Personally, I don't mind the local terminology being labelled as such, but I don't like the 'in-joke' label - it feels kind of like trying to lock out newbies - or at least make them feel like they're locked out. I don't know what would be better, and as I don't really think they NEED lumping, so...
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