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Thursday, September 23rd, 2010 10:38 am
Just a quick head's-up to alert people to the fact that we now have an edition of [community profile] despatches here on DW. I am totally in awe of those who created the original Despatches on LJ - which for the past few months has been in the more-than-capable hands of [livejournal.com profile] tootsiemuppet, and I have felt that there is a need for a DW version.

If anyone has a fic journal or icon journal where they post AoS works, or is planning to start a comm for an AoS fandom (such as Sharpe or Hornblower) and would like their work to reach a wider audience, please post a link in reply to the post in [personal profile] despatch_reader, and I will make sure your work gets included.

If we want the fandom content here that we had on LJ, we will have to produce it ourselves. The more content we have, the more people are likely to move over from LJ to add to it. [community profile] despatches is but a small part of that. I hope it will help.

I would also like to take this opportunity to thank [personal profile] damned_colonial, [livejournal.com profile] nolivingman, [personal profile] joyful_molly and [livejournal.com profile] tootsiemuppet for all the work they have put into the LJ version. I can only admire and emulate, and I hope that this will be seen for what it is: a tribute to your hard work and not an attempt to usurp your ideas. It is because of what Despatches is on LJ that I felt we needed a version here on DW. Thank you.

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