EDITalk.com Launched with New Logo, blog and Forums

Posted on the October 6th, 2008 under EDI,My Projects by John

EDITalk.com is one of my side projects, and I’d figure I’d post about it here on my blog.

The EDI Talk Blog and Forums have gone through some major changes in the last week.  We have invested in an amazing community software which includes forums / discussions, social groups, buddy lists, private messaging, user profiles, reputation system, and many other features.

I hope to see all of you join the community.  For those that would like to help, we are looking for qualified moderators to help make the site a better place for everyone.  We also have updated our blogging platform, and will be working to integrate it further with our discussion groups this week.  If you have an idea for a blog article or wish to write one yourself please let us know in the Article Idea’s category here: http://EDITalk.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=23

We are hoping to grow this community to make it an amazing free resource for everyone in the EDI world. If you have any suggestions, would like to get involved, or have any questions at all please let us know in the feedback forum here: http://EDITalk.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=24

To register (it only takes a few seconds) please visit the discussion forums here: http://EDITalk.com/forums/

In roughly one week we are planning on launching the EDI Wiki, which will be a community driven wiki that will cover all aspects of EDI and EDI related documents.

For the GIS (Gentran Integration Suite) users we have added a dedicated subsection just for you: http://editalk.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=39

And of course checkout the latest blog posts on the EDI blog: http://EDITalk.com

See you on the forums. And if you have an RSS reader please be sure to add the EDITalk.com RSS feed to get the latest articles.  RSS Feed: http://editalk.com/feed

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One Response to 'EDITalk.com Launched with New Logo, blog and Forums'

  1. October 28, 2009 at 9:21 am
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