The new LEGO Stack Exchange site is now open to the public!
After just 7 days in private beta, we’ve already got 175 users who have asked 120 questions and written 260 answers. We’re off to a good start, and it’s time to unleash this baby on the public and see if it flies. (Sorry; mixed metaphor.)
Tell all your friends, blog about it, tweet about it, and write the URL (http://bricks.stackexchange.com) in chalk on the sidewalk in front of your neighbor’s house. Or paint. No, never mind, better use chalk.
Most importantly, go to the site now and start earning reputation and badges! We’ll see you there! Right now!
All the best,
The Stack Exchange Team
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The LEGO Stack Exchange proposal is over halfway to beta!
To get it the rest of the way, we need more people to commit to using the site.
If you know anyone who might be interested, send them this link:
Committing is the only way to get access to the private beta, and every committer moves the proposal one step closer to launching.
Hurry! Once the private beta begins, new sign-ups will be closed until the site goes public.
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