Where are the [RFC] prefixes going?

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Where are the [RFC] prefixes going?

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Many of the [RFC] prefixes are being removed from the first post on several topics in the [3.x] RFCs forum.

Is that a bug or a feature? ;)
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Re: Where are the [RFC] prefixes going?

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You are suppose to type that in with the subject

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Re: Where are the [RFC] prefixes going?

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*Daniel wrote:You are suppose to type that in with the subject
It was typed in with the subject. If you look at the replies, they are like "Re: [RFC] ..."

The prefix was removed, either manually or by a bug of some sort and not just my posts. ;)
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Master_Cylinder wrote:
*Daniel wrote:You are suppose to type that in with the subject
It was typed in with the subject. If you look at the replies, they are like "Re: [RFC] ..."

The prefix was removed, either manually or by a bug of some sort and not just my posts. ;)
Yes the 'RE:' always get put in when you reply. The same would happen with the event prefix on the main forum.

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Re: Where are the [RFC] prefixes going?

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*Daniel wrote:
Master_Cylinder wrote:
*Daniel wrote:You are suppose to type that in with the subject
It was typed in with the subject. If you look at the replies, they are like "Re: [RFC] ..."

The prefix was removed, either manually or by a bug of some sort and not just my posts. ;)
Yes the 'RE:' always get put in when you reply. The same would happen with the event prefix on the main forum.
The "Re:" isn't the clue, it's the [RFC] that follows it... :lol:

Look at Arty's RFC, the [RFC] is missing (now) from the first post but not the replies. Get it?
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Yep I do now, must be a bug or someone ate then.

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*Daniel wrote:Yep I do now, must be a bug or someone ate then.
Exactly, I'm guessing bug though...it's unlikely that a moderator/admin would remove the [RFC] from Arty's post.
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And your treads too

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*Daniel wrote:And your treads too
Yes, and I KNOW that I included the [RFC] on mine...so that leaves out user error and I know I didn't edit mine out either. It actually goes back several pages too.
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Re: Where are the [RFC] prefixes going?

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According to the Moderator logs, someone (*cough*MichaelC*cough*) has edited a whole slew of topics in the RFC forum, presumably to remove the RFC tag. Because he has Moderator permissions, the "Last edited" does not automatically show unless "Reason for edit" was filled in. Not entirely sure why this was done but I'll leave that explanation for Michael.
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