wheel rebuilding - where to put the spokes in the hub flange?
So the title is dumb, but this is a clear and straightforward question. I'm rebuilding a wheel with a used hub, whose bearings are in very good shape. Now, the spokes have "worn" into the hub flange, seating themselves and creating little groove-depressions in the aluminum. When rebuilding the wheel, should I place the spokes exactly where they were the first time around (so, the new spoke seats in the same little depression in the flange) or should I rotate things so that the new spoke is against a "fresh" section of flange? I can imagine arguments both ways, but probably there's some consensus. Thanks.