A National section/thread

J. Dorian

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Hello together!

Sometimes it takes a long time to meet like-minded people. But every now and then they find themselves right around the corner.
What do you think about a national section or thread, where it is possible to meet domestic people from the trance family and talk to them in their own language.
For some (new and old users) it might be easier to integrate into the forum.

What do you think about it?
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I don't know, we've had English as a primary (and only) language here ever since the forum went live I think, and we've had no issues.

Private messages can always be in whatever language you want, and I think group messaging is also supported.
 
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No problem creating a thread a long the lines of 'Any Trance German Fans here?', or whatever location you choose (in the off-topic section) that may help you connect with native people who speak your language or live in your area. We are not a huge forum so I'm not sure how many would really respond, but as Gagi mentioned you could also private message any German users or create German Trance group messages for chatting.

In fact your request has reminded me of a thread I used to enjoy in the old forum, which I will recreate again in off-topic . This one here, even though its not really what you meant.
 
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In fact your request has reminded me of a thread I used to enjoy in the old forum, which I will recreate again in off-topic . This one here, even though its not really what you meant.

I'm sure you're right. I find the thread even better than my idea. It certainly helps to learn more about the users. Thank you :)