We want to apologize for being late this month. Things have been a bit busy for us, but it’s calmed down finally! For now, the Roundtable Roundup and TAP posts are in the que. They’ll roll out later on today. we’re sorry for the delay in getting May going.
With our Newsletter officially launching in two days, we thought it was imperative that we talk about the “Featured” section that will be included within it each month. Undoubtedly, features like this are bound to make certain participants feel that their response submissions were inferior and promote an unnecessary sense of competition among participants. For this reason, we’d like to address the feature before it is launched in an effort to help the community understand what it is and how it functions- and what it means for our participants. Continue reading “Featured Feature F&Q”
This month is coming to an end and we’ve rolled out a few more updates. Continue reading “Visual Aids, CoC Update, and Tumblr Overhaul”
Are you participating in the Gaelic Roundtable or just want to show your support as a Gaelic Polytheist? Well now you can! Both banners available below are set up to redirect visitors to our WordPress when clicked on. Simply copy the html code for either banner into any area of your blog that accepts HTML input, save, and you’re ready to go. Continue reading “Show your Support!”
Firstly I want to say that I am so incredibly happy to see that we’ve gotten a few responses to March’s Topic now. I hope to see a few more before the Topic closes on the 29th, but I am incredibly excited that we’ve gotten this many so far. Thank you, everyone, for your participation! Continue reading “A Few More Changes!”
We know that WordPress is not always the easiest or most convenient system out there. For that reason, we’ve taken a few steps to help make it more accessible to people regardless of platform, experience, or even time; I’m now excited to announce that our Newsletter is up and running- as well as our Tumblr. This gives you new ways to stay in touch with us, submit suggestions, and keep up to date with The Gaelic Roundtable as we move forward. Continue reading “Multiplatform Accessibility Options”