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Hi all,

Here is a new forum that has been set up. If you sign up to the site (you can use existing account logins for Google etc to sign in too) and follow this proposal then this forum will get set up. Other relgions have their forums on Stackexchange, so I don't see why Sikhism shouldn't have one too.




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We should help fellow brother/sisters with more ideas, with our constructive feedback to make it better while appreciating their hard work....more sikhi awareness the better on the web..i must say sikhs have already done excellent job for spreading sikhi online and they already have superseded sikhi parchar on online/social media..very very good job to all cyber sikh sevadars for doing their part...i m very grateful to all of you guys..!!

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N30S1NGH - Good points,

Singh559 -

It really is very easy. When you click on the link above you will see a 'log in' link at the top. Click on that and you have multiple ways you can log in.

You can log in using Stack Exchange, Goofle, Facebook, Yahoo, MyOpenDB, LiveJournal, WordPress, Blogger, VeriSign, ClaimID, ClickPass, Google Profile and AOL. You can also create an account on the site and log in using that. They could not have made it easier for you to log in. :giggle:. Once you are logged in, you can follow the proposal by clicking on the 'Follow' link below the number of followers (currently 10).

You can also ask up to 5 proposed questions. And you can upvote (or downvote) any of the questions on the site. At the moment we need 50 more followers and 40 more questions with a score of 10 or more.

One person from this site has already followed the proposal. So, thank you.

And to give some motivation, here is how the Sikhism site is doing agaisnt other religions (of course I now it's not a competition to say who is better than who, I know that):






So, if we can get 50 more people from here following it, it would make a huge difference.


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Unfortunately, the Area 51 site does not have a mobile app and nor does it have a mobile version of the site. But all the sites that are created using this site (including the proposed Sikhism forum) do and will have mobile versions of the site. Some have apps too (http://meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/116038/are-there-mobile-apps-for-stack-overflow

). We still need 44 followers for this proposal so please do log in and ask a few questions too if you like.

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