Re: [nbos]
NBOS Support
Thu Aug 29th, 2013

There are game finding sites (and forums), but I dont believe there are any
that take the approach that GeekTransit does. GT focuses on pushing out
local gaming related posts (looking for a game, we need another player,
local cons, etc) to people who subscribe to that category of post, rather
than requiring them to monitor a site for new posts they may be interested

This makes it much more efficient, especially for those who arent in a
large metro area, and thus would only encounter new posts advertising game
openings infrequently on a forum or other site.

See the page for info on what GT does.

At 07:23 AM 8/29/2013, you wrote:
>While I certainly support efforts to connect gamers with each other, it's
>worth noting that there are at least two other sites out there doing this.
>The one I've used most often is
>On Thu, Aug 29, 2013 at 2:18 AM, NBOS Support
><<>> wrote:
>Hi All,
>This is a non-NBOS but still gaming-related project I've been working
>on. Its a site designed to make it easier to find fellow gamers for
>at-table gaming.
>The idea is when you sign up, you select your location on a map. When
>another member within a certain distance of you posts that they are
>looking for a game or have a game opening, it gets sent to your inbox
>(either the inbox on the site, or via email). This way you don't have to
>continue to monitor various sites for game openings of interest - local
>messages are pushed out to you. Or the other way of looking at it, if you
>make a post, it gets pushed out to everyone in your area who's interested
>in receiving game opening/wanted announcements.
>So, if this is something you are interested in joining, head on over to
><> and sign
>up. Obviously there won't be much up there right now, if anything, but
>hopefully that will change as people sign up. Feel free to invite others
>you think might be interested.
>ps: This is early-beta, so there's likely some rough edges.
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