Hello all,

In case you didn't see this it the June Galaxy Newsletter
<http://bit.ly/SX3MuS> that went out today:


Galaxy-User Being Retired June 6

[image: Galaxy Biostar] <https://biostar.usegalaxy.org/>
Join the conversation! Learn how here
<https://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Support/Biostar>.

The *Galaxy Biostar <https://biostar.usegalaxy.org/>* online forum was
launched April 23 as a replacement for the Galaxy-User mailing list
<https://wiki.galaxyproject.org/MailingLists>.

During the past 5 weeks, Galaxy Biostar has been wildly successful with
over 125 active threads, *more than 5 times the number of active threads on
Galaxy-user in the 5 weeks before the switch.*

Galaxy-User has remained open during the transition, but now it's time to
retire it. All new posting to Galaxy-User will be stopped on Friday, June
6, *some 101 months, and 8,100 postings* after it was launched. All those
postings will remain available both in Galaxy Biostar (where they have been
imported), and in the online list archives
<http://user.list.galaxyproject.org/>.

Thanks for making Galaxy Biostar, and Galaxy-User before it, such a great
resource.


Thanks again,

Dave C



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