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Blog - Azimuth news (part 3)

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Here are some notes from the back offices of the Azimuth project. After a long and productive stay as the Azimuth tech guy, Andrew Stacey is moving along and passing the baton to me. As part of this change, we’ve relocated the servers to a new Azimuth hosted account, and updated the forum software.

The forum is now at a new location: There we collaborate on writing wiki and blog articles, on research and education projects, and on software development and systems issues. It’s also a fun place to chat with other professionals in a wide range of science-related fields.

So come on down to the forum. If you want to post, just apply for an account there. Acceptance criteria are minimal. A sincere desire to help goes a long way. Please use your full name, with spaces and capitalization, as your userid. This is for transparency, credibility and trust.

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