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Author Topic: Archiving the Project Boards & Changes to the Article Submission Process  (Read 1552 times)

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Offline Irisado

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Following discussion over the last couple of years by the Project Editors and the Staff, it has been agreed to archive the project boards.  From now on anyone wanting to submit an article to 40K Online's front page should write it in the appropriate army board.  While it is a shame that the project boards were no longer viable, the new system has the advantage of being clearer and simpler for all members, so if any of you is interested in submitting an article to 40K Online, please take a look at this topic.

I thank all the Project Editors and Staff who have assisted with looking after the project boards and editing topics there, and to all those who created topics there to try to rekindle activity in the 40K Online project boards.  Together we produced a lot of really good quality articles.

Finally, if anyone needs access to a topic that they published in one of the project boards for any reason, please send a PM to a Global Moderator or start a topic in Suggestions, Questions, and Comments to ask for help.

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We also thank Irisado for being the front mad, I mean man, and helping maintain the projects over the years. Much of the logistics focused upon him keeping them running.

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