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 Return to top of page · Post #: 1 · Written at 18:16 on 18 November 2005.
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I am pleased to announce that the Vintage Radio forums are now up and running. In time I hope this facility becomes fairly popular. Whilst there are some intended non-core features that are yet to be included, I have decided to allow usage of the forums in the meantime at the coding for this is now complete. It is anticipated that further functionality will be written, debugged and then included as part of the service before Christmas this year.

This facility will also replace the email contact form on this site because most of the queries I get would often be better answered in the public domain. This will lead to people who are seeking information to get the most accurate replies from the most knowledgable source possible, in turn enhancing the value of this site as a knowledge base.

Please enjoy the forums and feel free to leave feedback (praise or constructive comments more than welcome) on the forums themselves. While, as said, there is some planned additions and improvements on the way, as time allows, I am open to other ideas as well.

The link to the forums pages is in the top menu.


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