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|A Word About Registering for the Forum|
|Topic Started: February 29, 2012, 3:31 pm (395 Views)|
|Selene Gregoire||February 29, 2012, 3:31 pm Post #1|
Recently I have made some changes to the way new members should register for the forum. It has come to my attention that some have either ignored the instructions for registering on the registration page or are not understanding them.
In order to not have to keep denying registrations that are most likely legitimate I am posting the instructions here:
You must register with both a first and last name. If using Resident as a last name is really that horrible for you, you can IM me inworld. I will be happy to pre-register you, however, a valid email address and a password is required. You can change the password the first time you log in.
Remember to use a space between first and last names. No other symbols are acceptable. Example: Joe[space]Cool = Joe Cool.
These instructions are in place for several reasons. Among them is eliminating spam bots, people who register just to cause trouble on a forum or just for the fun of it, people who are not residents of Second Life and have no need to use the forum, etc.
I am looking into the possibility of using the Second Life Registration API as a means to eliminate the need for the above requirements to register.
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