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Monday, June 20th 2011, 10:03am

Should we have an "introduce yourself" subforum ?

In the french forum we have one of those, and we have a designated coordinator to orient people to the right spot if they have questions as they come in...

Also, in the international GG, we often find people introducing themselves and saying that they wanna help. That would be a nice way for them to "make the first step" wouldn't it ? Not that I would recommend for all newcomers to introduce themselves, but I think it's a good way for newcomers to "break the ice" and for us to get a first clue about where they come from, and what they'd be interested in doing...

Any thoughts ?

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Wednesday, June 22nd 2011, 5:46pm

I'm all for it, but only if we have one or more people dedicated to not allowing such a post to languish unanswered for more than 24 hours or so. It's a horrible first impression to be had when you post to a new group and no one replies.
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