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* Using this Board / Link Categories *
« on: Sunday 10 May 09 14:45 BST (UK) »
Link Categories and Topics

To help you find useful links more easily, and to avoid duplications of links,
we are sorting links into categories, whereby each category will have it's own topic.

These categories may be extended if necessary.

Links will be (gradually) transferred to the relevant topics, and the original link topic will be deleted.
(You may receive a "deleted" notification e-mail if you have contributed to the original topics)

Adding a new "Useful Link"

First of all, please search the "Useful Links" board to ensure that this link hasn't already been submitted.

"Useful links" are ..... useful - That's why we pass them on for others  :)
But please let us know WHY they are useful.

Many "useful links" are posted thus:

Topic title: useful link
Topic contents: an Url
an URL and a comment, "great site"

Which leaves us with the question(s):

- what is the site about, what is on the site ??
- why do you think it's a great or useful site ??

It is not possible to add replies on this board, so if you have a link which you wish to share with us, then create a new topic on this board, describing the site and why you think it is worth sharing.

The contents of your topic will then be edited into to the relevant category topic and your original posting will be deleted.
(This may result in you receiving a "deleted" notification e-mail)

Thanks  :)
The RootsChat Moderating Team

ps:  this is a "work in [constant] progress". 
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