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What's this? What's this? Some rules!

    20 octobre 2014 à 15:42:47

    Hello everyone!

    Since we launched our first few courses in English, we thought it was about time to create a forum where English speaking users could ask their questions.

    WARNING: this is a forum for English speakers only! Be aware that any post in another language as English will be moved to the relevant French section or deleted.

    Here are some obvious rules to make this forum a nice place.

    A constructive, respectful and welcoming approach is required from all members at all times in both forum posts and private conversations.

    + Be nice. Stay polite
    + Do some research before asking
    + Stay on topic

    - Don't spam
    - Don't post inappropriate content
    - Don't bump threads
    - Don't use this forum for advertisement

    Thank you all and happy learning!

    Anouck, Community Manager for OpenClassrooms

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    Edité par Anouck 20 octobre 2014 à 15:49:53

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      20 octobre 2014 à 17:28:45

      That's like in the other sections with rules we've to respect ! It's an English section, I hope that the openclassroom members won't be surprised by this section and will go there to post !

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      Edité par Anouck 20 octobre 2014 à 18:21:11

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        21 octobre 2014 à 15:18:26

        Hello!

        At first sight I thought that this "let's talk" section was a second "general". It's a great thing to have a part of the forum in english, but I wonder... Is the name appropriate? I guess it will eventually become an entire English forum, just like the existing French one, I'm just concerned about the ease of access for newcomers who'll need to scroll down quite far to find this section in the middle of a bunch of French ones...

        What about a separate group of sections for international visitors (there's already "site web", "programmation", ...) or use a flag icon instead of the dialogue one?

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          21 octobre 2014 à 15:36:46

          Hey Xiarea,

          Thank you very much for the insight. I'm thinking about it and it's still very much a WIP. I understand your concerns about the ease of access and I must agree, it's not the best we can do.

          However that section is quite temporary. As soon as we've had enough time to develop it, the user interface for the non French-speaking forum will probably be separated from the French Forum.

          I agree with you on the flag icon. However we can't use a flag because as you know, they're a lot of English speaking countries in the world.
          But you're definitely right, I'm going to add a EN in the icone.

          Have a great day !

          Anouck from OC

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          Edité par Anouck 21 octobre 2014 à 15:43:01

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            21 octobre 2014 à 18:12:51

            Hello again,

            I have added a sentence in our courses in English that points towards this forum. It will help our fellow English-speaking users find this forum.
            Cheers !

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            Edité par Anouck 21 octobre 2014 à 18:17:24

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            Anonyme
              24 octobre 2014 à 11:31:14

              Wish you the best for this forum :D

              Cheers from France ;)

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                13 février 2015 à 22:58:52

                Is there a shortcut in the home page to emphasize the presence of these courses in English? I didn't find any.

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