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Posted 14 years ago | Announcement | 2 comments | Author: Chris Tilley

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We're pleased to announce that from this evening, all posts (old and new) made into the main news system, which includes feeds onto the RSS, Channels and the hpcfactor.com home page are now equipped with the ability to accept discussion and commentary from you, the community!

All registered users of HPC:Factor can now offer their thoughts and ideas over any news item (including this one) on the home page, and reply to the thoughts of other members using their web browser.

Comments are limited to a maximum of 600 characters to ensure that replies remain concise and posters also have the ability to edit or delete their comment for up to 1 hour from the time of posting.

The News Comments system can be accessed via the home page, or from the news archive section, and can be used by any registered member of the site. Registration at HPC:Factor is completely free and is required to ensure the quality of comments made into the system.
Comments are administered by HPC:Factor staff members with permissions to the news system.

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Posted on 13 December 2007 at 17:34

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There are 2 comments for this news item.

C:Amie's Avatar C:Amie 13 December 2007 5:38:28 PM
Welcome to the new Main News Comments system. We hope that the community finds this useful and encourages you to share your community news!
's Avatar 30 December 2007 4:48:35 PM
I just want to say how much I appreciate this Forum, it is like a gift from God.
Keep up the excellent work guys; moderators & members alike, especially CMONEX (Sp?).

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