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I've been looking around the forums, and don't see a place specifically set aside to discuss the Typophile web site itself. Although the Typophile site is maintained by Punchcut, I can't find any reference as to whom one should address questions/concerns about the site.
Is the preference to include such topics in the "General Discussions" forum? Would it make sense to have a separate "Typophile Web Site" topic in the "Special Interests" forum?
The sort of posts that I'm thinking about would be items such as the following:
Single Open Quotes: When using a single open quote in a comment, the "SmartyPants" function always returns a single close quote that looks like this: 'This is the wrong quote opening quote mark.' It is possible to get around this by embedding a HTML tag for a single open quote, but in a web site full of fussy, fussy typographers and type designers (fussy in a good way), shouldn't this be fixed?
On the opening page of the Typophiles site, there is a summary of postings titled "Handpicked," which until today I have assumed was an accurate title. However, today the first listing in this category is: "Technorati Profile (ignore this post, to be deleted)," -- so it would appear that the items listed are in fact NOT handpicked, but somehow machine generated. Should the title of this listing be changed to more accurately reflect how the posting are chosen?