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[Website post] Project Tribal's goals

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Tsmuktengan:
I finally ended the first really important post of the project (since a long time) and of the new website.

Project Tribal's goals on the project's website

Feel free to discuss it here.

guest2859:
Activity in the website gave me a boost in wanting to do it. The lack of views made it feel lonely during the time it was down.

Tsmuktengan:
This project is still at the beginning. Be patient.  ;)

This is being done on my sleep time, reason for why I took so long. But I also started to complete some location pages. So there is more to come, and potentially more news pots as well... and food for thought.  :)

Feel free to include on the site what seems useful to you, I would be grateful to you.

...and to you members that read the forums and that do not post, please feel free to comment on this. As said at the end, if you could gather for legal information from sites, administrations or friends to know how to obtain a piece of land while not spending too much money for this, this would be very helpful. It also certainly depends on the country and the state.

Nìmwey:
Where did that gorgeous website come from?
And all the sudden activity? (Maybe from the forum being down for so long...:P The latter anyway.)

Tsmuktengan:
It came from me, hosting it, and Nantang greatly improving it's look.

I am completing datasheets for potential locations, especially states. I have just finished a typically almost complete page here that can be used as a reference to organize data for other states.

Feel free to help me by posting here organized information for the states of your choice. I sometimes find it difficult to parse all the forums myself.

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