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vivianlee
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User-Com can do it's job under comments

Post by vivianlee »

Does it really matter where people find us? Let's just keep this part of the forum active. Does anyone have any question about how the user-committee works? If noone is aware, in the last year great strides have been made to have a very active committee, with changes happening in all of the projects. You know those global messages you get several times a week? If you didn't get them, it would mean the class project was not active. I hear there are even more classes in the works. The fact that it is in several languages, shows that the User-Committee is aware of the need to serve the users in different languages. #Userguide attempt to assist people in any language on almost any topic. There are some topics that are considered illegal and/or immoral that we won't help with. We have the translate project, again to serve all users. The newsletter has had some database problems, but it will be very active soon. I understand Banjo has enough articles to have several very long newsletters. Documents are updated and being translated into several languages. I believe the problem is that the User-Committee does not fit under just one area. Let's be happy where we are and keep posting.
vivianlee

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dontuta
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Location: Bucharest, Romania

Post by dontuta »

[quote="vivianlee"]Does it really matter where people find us? Let's just keep this part of the forum active. Does anyone have any question about how the user-committee works? If noone is aware, in the last year great strides have been made to have a very active committee, with changes happening in all of the projects. You know those global messages you get several times a week? If you didn't get them, it would mean the class project was not active. I hear there are even more classes in the works. The fact that it is in several languages, shows that the User-Committee is aware of the need to serve the users in different languages. #Userguide attempt to assist people in any language on almost any topic. There are some topics that are considered illegal and/or immoral that we won't help with. We have the translate project, again to serve all users. The newsletter has had some database problems, but it will be very active soon. I understand Banjo has enough articles to have several very long newsletters. Documents are updated and being translated into several languages. I believe the problem is that the User-Committee does not fit under just one area. Let's be happy where we are and keep posting.[/quote]

hey vivi where are you? i miss u :P

MartYanu2
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Post by MartYanu2 »

also Undernet User Script has released several versions. The last version is v1.2.1 - You can download it from http://www.user-com.undernet.org/uus/

The installation can be done within seconds. You can load just a single file and does all the job, instead of the installer :)

slang
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Post by slang »

Great! (I guess :) Any news about what the future can bring "fresh" on Undernet? A new project maybe? or making an actual project more exciting and enjoyable for the public.. maybe the Games project could be back again

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dontuta
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Post by dontuta »

[quote="slang"]Great! (I guess :) Any news about what the future can bring "fresh" on Undernet? A new project maybe? or making an actual project more exciting and enjoyable for the public.. maybe the Games project could be back again[/quote]

That exist already on Quakenet, i think on unet not will work this project.

vivianlee
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Post by vivianlee »

Wow I posted that a long time ago.
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