If I decide to expand on a forum post and create a hub, but not copy it, would that be ok?
For instance, newly written hubs on the subjects of objectivity and subjectivity. If they were unique, expanded content, and not just copy/paste jobs from the forum, would that be ok?
I think that's the benefit of reading other postings and articles. Doing so inspires us and gives birth to new thoughts and concepts. There wouldn't be a thing wrong with using a new thought that comes about from reading and turning it into something your own.
Expanding on a a post that you made in the forum to create a hub is certainly ok. I've done that before and I'll no doubt do it again. Although it's not required to delete my forum post that gave me the idea, I still do it anyway. After all, I want searchers going to my hub, not the forum. :-)
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