New Member Introductions
Welcome to the New Member Introductions section. This section is exclusively for the new members of Speedsolving.com, and in here is the one and only place where you can post your "Welcome Thread\Introduction thread".
Explanation of this section
The New Member Introductions section is a sub forum in the "Off-Topic Discussion", and is a place where all new members can post their introduction threads and receive a warm welcoming from the community. If you have any other questions regarding this forum, please post in the "Help/Support/Suggestions" forum.
Here are a few Rules of the section, and some Helpful Tips.
Rules for Posting Welcome Threads.
1. Only create one topic.
There really is no need for more; you might want to consider posting some information about yourself, maybe your experience, what brought you to this forum, things like that. Something to catch other members' interest. If you find that you like this site and want to say so, please post it in the Help/Support/Suggestions area.
2. No posting "late welcomes".
While many of you refrain from posting Welcome Threads when you first arrive, we ask that if you've been here for more then a month or two that you don't create one. By then, most people are familiar with you, which defeats the purpose of you creating one.
Suggestions for Your Introduction Thread:
1. Be creative and informative!
Tell us what puzzles you solve, how fast you can solve them, and so on. Other hobbies, games you play, and other information all contribute to a unique introduction thread.
If you have only one or two (informal) questions, feel free to post it in your intro thread. However, it is highly recommended that you check out the Help/Questions forum and the search function first, and all questions go there, especially if they're "how do I get faster" or "what is the best _____" questions. Let's repeat that: questions should go in the Help/Questions forum.