Community services are objects that we as community have created for the enjoyment or betterment of the community. It is recommended as a united member of the greater OFP2 community that you utilize these services to make your stay more enjoyable. Remember that the promotion of these services only serve to strengthen the community for everyone – so do your part!
For up to the minute news delivered to your mailbox: (Newsletter/News Feed)
Other ones not listed yet:
Banner Exchange (Forum Link)
Community groups are a focal point for fansites and the community to share content across boundaries of forums and websites. They allow for a unified area for the collection and sharing of information to all fans. Hosted on well known sites this data is ensured against loss, unlike forums and fansites that are dependent on there hosters.
Depending on the information you’re looking for or want to share, there are currently three areas for you as a member of a united community to visit.
Flickr – Images
Flickr is a great service for hosting images. The Flickr group allows for the easy searching, storage and viewing of community photos, artwork and screens. It also allows via RSS for supporting fansites to integrate your work and images as possibly images of the moment/day. All images uploaded to Flickr are stored both in your account, and in the group allowing people to view if they please just your work after seeing your photo in the group ‘stream’.
Xfire – Gaming/Teammates
Xfire is a effective gaming tool for: communication, making friends and joining friends in game. As a united community Xfire will be used to display gaming events, alert of important server information and updates and it will also keep track of gaming trends for the united community. It’s important that all true community members make use of Xfire for gaming.
YouTube – Video
YouTube is a well known video sharing site. YouTube is currently utilized by both Codemasters and most major gaming houses and music recording groups. It’s proved its worth due to its accessibility and ease of embedding. The Community group on YouTube allows for the uploading of video content for everyones viewing. As well as a focal point for finding interesting community videos, that will show up all the time.
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