Rolling back policy re article announcements

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As Shroomy pointed out over on the Dragon/Dungeon forum, they've apparently switched back from having Bart Carroll announce the week's articles to putting them on the Content Calendar.  This is yet another strangely unannounced change with the content calendar, but it seems like good news.  If they're comfortable listing target dates for the articles each week, it seems like maybe they're finally feeling fairly comfortable with the magazine schedule for the first time since, what, November or December 2010?

So, yay for that! 
[20:53] [SadisticFish] yeah Llamas convinced me
Yeah, sorry about the lack of heads up on this one - go ahead and blame me for that. We're going to go back to putting the information in the content calendar, but we'll be sticking to the articles that will be releasing that week. I'll do my best to get back to you before we make any more changes, if we any more changes come down the line.

Trevor Kidd Community Manager

Yeah, sorry about the lack of heads up on this one - go ahead and blame me for that. We're going to go back to putting the information in the content calendar, but we'll be sticking to the articles that will be releasing that week. I'll do my best to get back to you before we make any more changes, if we any more changes come down the line.



Hey, I'm just happy about the change.  Lack of heads up for changes for the worse is irksome.  Something like this?  s'ok!

On a side note... was this change by way of welcoming me back to Inside?  I feel downright honored! :P 
[20:53] [SadisticFish] yeah Llamas convinced me
Yeah, keep it to yourself - but this change was totally for your return

 

Trevor Kidd Community Manager

Woo woo!
[20:53] [SadisticFish] yeah Llamas convinced me
Trevor is my favorite one.  Smile
This change back to the content calander is an excellent move by WotC. Thanks!
Yay!

*puts Content Calendar back into his bookmarks list*
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