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 Subject: Welcome... 05/05/09, 13:08 
Joined: 07/03/09, 18:16
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Dear Worktrotter members,
WELCOME to this Forum, may it help you finding answers to your questions.
We have set up a number of categories, but we will extend them as we go.

Please take a look at the Forum rules and follow them. I will not hesitate to ban members when they misbehave. Let us be considerate and use the same language as we would when meeting face to face.

Tusind tak to James for all his great work on the Worktrotter Website and for making the Forum available!
In the near future we'll make it possible, that Worktrotter members can get directly in touch with each other.

Looking forward to having a very active and supportive Forum.

Last edited on: 05/05/09, 13:08 by admin.
 Subject: Re:Welcome... 05/05/09, 13:53 
Joined: 07/03/09, 18:06
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Location: Copenhagen
Det var så lidt! :-D

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