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#9465
About a Rainmeter's fourm 5 Years, 3 Months ago  
Hi, Rainy
I have a question about Rainmeter's fourm.

Although Rainmeter was completely moved to Google code from the legacy site, doesn't it have a plan to make a suitable new forum?

I know about issues page in Google code, but It seems to be unsuitable to use it as a general forum. e.g. like a Q and A.

I think it is necessary to put the link to here in project page if the suitable forum is in this forum. Because there must be a lot of users who search for the place of the support.

Let me know what you think about the plan.

Thanks
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#9479
Re:About a Rainmeter's fourm 5 Years, 3 Months ago  
Sounds like a good idea to me.
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#9514
Re:About a Rainmeter's fourm 5 Years, 3 Months ago  
Well, this isn't the best place for a Rainmeter forum but since I don't have time to create or maintain a new one it will have to do. I added the forum link to the Google code site.
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#9535
Re:About a Rainmeter's fourm 5 Years, 3 Months ago  
Thanks your reply and action.
However, the topic of Rainlendar2 is contained and this link seems to be confusing for the first user.
Is it better to link to "Rainmeter-Discussion" directly?
http://www.rainlendar.net/cms/index.php?option=com_kunena&Itemid=36&func=showcat&catid=12

Well, this isn't the best place for a Rainmeter forum but since I don't have time to create or maintain a new one it will have to do.
I know that you are busy. So It cannot be helped.
I'd appreciate it if you could launch a new forum if you will have plenty of time in the future.

Well, though there is another one question.
Does the archive of an old forum remain?
I remember there was an article that exceeds 2000 when closed at least.
These articles are useful knowledge resources of Rainmeter and If this can be opened to the public, it will be a help to many users.

(It was not kept although I searched in archive.org. It is because it is a dynamic page perhaps. )
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#9579
Re:About a Rainmeter's fourm 5 Years, 3 Months ago  
I changed the link.

Yes, I think I still have the old database for the forum. I'll see if it's possible to get the old posts and publish them in somewhere.
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Re:About a Rainmeter's fourm 5 Years, 3 Months ago  
Thank you. I hope so.
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