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Blogger - with info about New Family Search

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I thought others might be interested in this link. It is Renee Zamora genealogy blog. Her blog "Multiple FamilySearch Beta Test Email" on 10-Feb-2007 indicates that she is someone who as able to provide insight on what is happening with progress on the "New Family Search" project.
http://rzamor1.livejournal.com/
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The problem with posting information and answering questions revolves around the fact that this is a beta test. I feel uneasy about discussing this with out prior approval. Maybe someone can help with this.

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Roger wrote:The problem with posting information and answering questions revolves around the fact that this is a beta test. I feel uneasy about discussing this with out prior approval. Maybe someone can help with this.

Roger
I'm not familiar with the beta test program that the Family & Church History department is engaged with. However I highly recommend that anyone on a beta test program review their obligations and make sure that they abide by whatever policies they may have agreed to.

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Please do not break any obligations

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I sincerely agree with Tom. Do not in anyway break an obligation that you have made. I also want say that having the idea of this forum is something I looked forward too immensely. In practice it has been somewhat disappointing. For this simple reason. There seem to be policy constraints in place that are preventing a free flow of information. I do not view myself as a prying person. It maybe best if I back off from giving my input in fear that I am treading on thin ice by asking. Someone please inform me if I am incorrect.
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dlongmore wrote:I sincerely agree with Tom. Do not in anyway break an obligation that you have made. I also want say that having the idea of this forum is something I looked forward too immensely. In practice it has been somewhat disappointing. For this simple reason. There seem to be policy constraints in place that are preventing a free flow of information. I do not view myself as a prying person. It maybe best if I back off from giving my input in fear that I am treading on thin ice by asking. Someone please inform me if I am incorrect.
I do not know what the restrictions are with the beta being conducted by the FCH department. I just wanted to make sure that people make sure that they understand what their obligations are before they share information.

As far as this Web site beta...share all you want ;)

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dlongmore wrote:I sincerely agree with Tom. Do not in anyway break an obligation that you have made. I also want say that having the idea of this forum is something I looked forward too immensely. In practice it has been somewhat disappointing. For this simple reason. There seem to be policy constraints in place that are preventing a free flow of information. I do not view myself as a prying person. It maybe best if I back off from giving my input in fear that I am treading on thin ice by asking. Someone please inform me if I am incorrect.
Here's my perspective:

This is a Church website. Any page on a Church website could be considered endorsed and sponsored by the Church, these forums included. We do not want visitors to this site (member and non-member) to take people's comments as official policy or doctrine.
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FYI, the blogger in question is also a member of this forum using the same name. From what I've read in the past, I do believe she seeks permission on posting, or at least has in the past. I'll let her address this specific issue.
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