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As of early 2013, we are still in the process of rebooting unto the new platform

If you want to keep track of the relaunch you can:

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  2. Follow us on Twitter
  3. Send me (Kris) an e-mail and let me know that you'd like to join the new site when it is ready.

Once we are ready to relaunch, we will start spreading the word. Until then, expect silence to mean we are heads down coding. :) The forum is still open for active members, but don't expect a lot of activity here since meets are currently on hold.

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Kristoffer Lindqvist
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« on: February 15, 2007, 09:00:42 pm »

You can now subscribe to the community to be notified of new content via a feed or a daily e-mail digest. This means that new content will be delivered to your door as it appears.

You can elect to be notified of all public posts in the community or just the announcements. Announcements only are great if you don't care for the general discussion, but do want to be notified when something major happens, such as a meet or rule change being announced.

Note that boards not available to Guests and Regular members, such as the After Meet Talk board, have their own feeds for technical reasons. All protected boards contain further information on how to include them in your subscription.

1. Subscribing via feed

News aggregators (aka feed readers) are a convenient means to check for new content at any number of web sites without having to actually visit any of them. This works by subscribing to a so-called feed at every site which simply lists all new content in chronological order. The aggregator then combines all new content to create your 'personal headlines'. An example of a free online news aggregator is Bloglines. Our RSS/Atom compatible feeds should work with any feed reader.

Community feed: http://virtualmeet.net/feeds/community
Announcements only feed: http://virtualmeet.net/feeds/announcements

2. Subscribing via e-mail

If you subscribe by e-mail, you will receive a daily digest of new topics at the address you specify. The digest is only sent out if there actually is new content. If you are not an avid feed reader, this is the way to go. Old-fashioned but highly effective. Sign up happens via a service called FeedBurner, so you will be redirected away from Virtualmeet.net when you sign up. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Click here to subscribe to the Community e-mail digest

Click here to subscribe to Announcements only

Don't hesitate to contact an administrator if you have any problems or further questions.  Grin
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