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It's not just urls though, I've noticed virtually any mention of commercial products or services tends to be sledgehammered.
Don't be too quick to assume that providing new tools for an expanded task would make life easier.
[edited by: kaled at 11:57 am (utc) on May 26, 2010]
[edited by: BeeDeeDubbleU at 11:54 am (utc) on May 26, 2010]
I think allowing links in the body of a post is essential and it is really restricting not to do it.
I think that having draconian policies draws curmudgeonly audiences. the kind of people you attract here are the kind that are rulebound and like to shut others down. more freedom means more spam overhead, but it also leads to a sense of ease and a quality of friendliness that this forum just doesn't have. and as we can see from social media, friendliness is the future.
Sometimes you just need a specific recommendation, or sometimes you want to give a specific recommendation, that really would be helpful.