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Darthmaul

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Who owns a forum that you run? Is it the community, or the staff itself? Share your opinions!
 
Mr.Panos

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Me and my Administrators. We discuss the opinions of our staff members and the suggestions of our members. It's important to take into consideration the opinions of your members because they can improve the community very much.
 
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iPhonefreak

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I have final say, but I usually do as the community says. If your an admin and do not listen to what the community wants, then you will not have a very good or successful forum!
 
Canadian Lover

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I own my website and what I say goes. It is possible in the future that there will me consensus-based content management, but at the moment I moderate all content.
 
Hanaseru

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The community has a say in everything, but ultimately, it's up to the staff.
 
CodeMaster

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I'm not in the normal community, see my service depends on what the customers say, that's how I do stuff.
 
fltdude

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There is an owner and his staff that take the decisions, then comes the community of the forum.
 

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