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Feisor - -0- Generix I made it back - sortof ...

Dark Mistress ... I just came across one of your welcomes at I noticed that you used an h2g2 welcome - even though it's a SoP user I'm sure that it doesn't matter because this guy looks like a SoP staff member. But I'm just curious ... is there any reason for this?? I'm asking because I have been using the SoP Welcome from the ACE Forum - has there been a change in procedures that I missed? Thanks Feisor

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Hi Feisor
I was a little confused myself about the message as when i went to the users personal space to greet them i posted a message as normal but was then taken to a different area of the bbc website before i could rectify the situation. As i have been away for a few months i am not entirely sure of the procedure, sorry if i caused any misunderstanding.

smiley - devil DM

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Feisor - -0- Generix I made it back - sortof ...

smiley - ok

No problem - I thought that I had missed something smiley - laugh

There are now 2 other sites allied with h2g2

360 and SoP (Sense of Place) are sites that are like "relatives" of h2g2 - they share the same servers and system.

To find out about 360 - have a look at A542594 - I think that Maggy can explain it all better than I

SoP are local orientated sites which (I believe) are linked to local BBC radio stations in London, Devon, Lancashire and Northern Ireland.

If you find a newbie for either of these 2 sites and you want to welcome them Peta has put some appropriate welcomes on the ace forum - go there and look at the "files" page.

Hope this helps


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Thanks Feisor, will do smiley - smiley

smiley - devil

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