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BMAA Forum - back online!

BMAA Forum - back online!

It's back! The BMAA forum crashed, presumed dead, a while ago but now it's back and updated to a new platform.

It's still at forums.bmaa.org - take a look!

There are many items to fix, including user levels (such as inspectors, instructors and BMAA members) but we can work that out as we go along. 

Meanwhile, enjoy the years of useful advice, tips and tricks which have all been rescued.

Your original user login should still work. If your username is not your real name, you must change it by contacting the admin using the 'contact us' link at the bottom of the page. Users with non-real usernames will be deleted in December.

Please feed back with any useful comments or ways to improve it. It's your forum, make the most of it.

Rob Hughes
BMAA Chairman

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