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edo69
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edo69 posted on Sun, Sep 11 2016 12:44 PM

Hello everyone,

I saw that in this forum there are various national forums (Dutch, German, French, North American, etc.) but not an italian one.

Why can not create it? 

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Keith Saunders
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I would setup an Italian Forum if there was enough demand meaning at least five (5) members who would use it regularly.

Regards Keith....

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beolit39 replied on Mon, Sep 12 2016 11:46 AM

I'm in !!

 

 

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Here I am! Big Smile
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Not enough people... Sad
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edo69 replied on Mon, Sep 12 2016 7:04 PM

OK Keith, Tanks for the answer. You will see, the demand will come soon!

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edo69 replied on Mon, Sep 12 2016 7:05 PM

grande! e siamo in due. Gli altri arriveranno presto!

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edo69 replied on Mon, Sep 12 2016 7:06 PM

Ciao, con te siamo già in tre. Altri due e ci siamo!

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edo69 replied on Mon, Sep 12 2016 7:07 PM

they will come; just wait some days....

paolomariano
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We have old jack and Marcello!! Smile please check the other thread

Five!
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edo69 replied on Tue, Sep 13 2016 6:38 PM

Hello Keith,

as you would have seen, we already reached the number of seven people asking to create the italian forum.

please proceed.

thank you for your cooperation

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OldJack replied on Tue, Sep 13 2016 10:50 PM

Hello Keith!

 

I would like to join my neighbours on Italian forum.My Italian is very basic,but I can sing it pretty bad...Wink

 

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So...? Unsure
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All you italian guys speak english, why not participate in the general forum with a much bigger community?

Parlo anche italiano ma per me non fa senso avere un gruppo piccolo per discutere....mi dispiace.

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linder replied on Wed, Sep 14 2016 10:45 PM

paolomariano:
Not enough people... Sad

I think an Italian language forum is a good idea.  There are probably a lot of Italian speakers who happen to own Bang and Olufsen products.  These individuals may like to join Beoworld but are not fluent enough in English.  Start out with five members and see what happens.

I don't speak Italian but I do read the French forum.  However I don't feel confident enough in French to post something.  I think it would be more welcoming to have an Italian forum.  Its worth a try.

 

 

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