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  1. Hello, Digilent! Your forums are valuable, and I like how they are set up. That said, may I suggest that your current web "chat" feature isn't very useful? The biggest problem is that it kicks people out after a short period of time. If you go to the chat section, find no one there, and yet hope to chat with some one, you will need to wait for someone to join. This can be a long (and boring) endeavor, so I often find myself looking at other web pages only to come back and find that I've been kicked out. Sometimes, to add insult to injury, I come back to find that someone saw me in the chat room, came to join, but never heard any comments and so left. So, if there was some way of notifying you that someone else had joined the room that would be helpful. Would it be possible to create a "chat" channel that functioned more like your typical IRC channel? Or, even better, have the "Chat" page lead you to a proper/more typical IRC web-page? Just some thoughts! Dan