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Why we moved from Google Groups to Discourse
Welcome to the new shiny PsychoPy forum, powered by Discourse (Many thanks to them. Beautiful work!)
We hope that this will be nicer for everyone than the old google group:
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Much nicer web experience but you can still reply/subscribe to posts by email.
Better recognition for when you answer questions and "like" responses Badges! Everybody loves a badge, right?!
Social interface. You get to insert all those cool emoticons, you can like, you can tick "solved" and you can refer to individuals by @username
One-stop for all your discussions rather than code questions on StackOverflow, app questions on users-psychopy and dev questions on dev-psychopy
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