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  1. A new OBCZ! That's great news! For starters, “official” is really a bit of a misnomer -- what makes it "official" is that the location owner has agreed to allow BookCrossing to have a presence there on a regular/permanent basis. It's a bookshelf, or -box or -basket, that is being maintained and stocked by a member of BookCrossing. We're happy to give the zone free BookCrossing membership (known as Wings) and have it officially listed on the site, and here is what we need you to do to make that possible: We ask that "OBCZ" features in the username of your OBCZ Bookshelf name. Please bear the following limitations in mind: - 15 letter character limit - English characters and Arabic numerals 0-9, characters - . _ only. Please reply to this message with the following information: 1. Your OBCZ Name 2. Link to the Go Hunting page for this shelf. You can get this by finding a book wild released at this zone and then clicking on the release location. This will bring up a list of all books released at this zone that are still in the wild. Copy the url and paste it in your message. 3. OBCZ profile/bookshelf link (if there is one), with an extended profile that tells zone location/address, hours, info, go-hunting link, and manager(s) OR that the zone is no longer active as an OBCZ. 4. Primary OBCZ Manager: This can be the OBCZ shelf screen name or an individual BookCrosser, but only one name will be accepted. 5. If there is more than one listing/go-hunting link that should all be consolidated, you can send those along, too. In turn, we will then be able to identify active OBCZs and list them on the Go Hunting pages. We will also grant editing rights to the OBCZ manager name, provided so that one person can add all the fun stuff, like a picture, hours, location, wi-fi details, etc. Adding the address ensures that when our mapping system comes back on line, the OBCZ can be located on a map. If the zone becomes inactive, this person can then also edit the zone information so that it no longer shows as an OBCZ. That's all, really. For more information and tips, see the OBCZ managers forum: http://www.bookcrossing.com/forum/27 ... this page, as mentioned above: http://www.bookcrossing.com/zones/promote ... and you may also find some good information in this article: http://www.bookcrossing.com/articles/1770 Thank you for accommodating BookCrossing in finding another place for it to be active! If you have any more questions, don't hesitate to reply to this message to ask us.
    A new OBCZ!  That's great news!  
       
    For starters, “officialis really a bit of a misnomer -- what makes it "official" is that the location owner has agreed to allow BookCrossing to have a presence there on a regular/permanent basis.  It's a bookshelf, or -box or -basket, that is being maintained and stocked by a member of BookCrossing.  
     
    We're happy to give the zone free BookCrossing membership (known as Wings) and have it officially listed on the site, and here is what we need you to do to make that possible:  
     
    We ask that "OBCZ" features in the username of your OBCZ Bookshelf name.  
    Please bear the following limitations in mind:  
    - 15 letter character limit  
    - English characters and Arabic numerals 0-9, characters - . _ only.  
     
    Please reply to this message with the following information:  
     
    1. Your OBCZ Name  
     
    2. Link to the Go Hunting page for this shelf.  
    You can get this by finding a book wild released at this zone and then clicking on the release location. This will bring up a list of all books released at this zone that are still in the wild.  
    Copy the url and paste it in your message.  
     
    3. OBCZ profile/bookshelf link (if there is one), with an extended profile that tells zone location/address, hours, info, go-hunting link, and manager(s) OR that the zone is no longer active as an OBCZ.  
     
    4. Primary OBCZ Manager: This can be the OBCZ shelf screen name or an individual BookCrosser, but only one name will be accepted.  
     
    5. If there is more than one listing/go-hunting link that should all be consolidated, you can send those along, too.  
     
    In turn, we will then be able to identify active OBCZs and list them on the Go Hunting pages. We will also grant editing rights to the OBCZ manager name, provided so that one person can add all the fun stuff, like a picture, hours, location, wi-fi details, etc. Adding the address ensures that when our mapping system comes back on line, the OBCZ can be located on a map. If the zone becomes inactive, this person can then also edit the zone information so that it no longer shows as an OBCZ.  
     
     
    That's all, really. For more information and tips, see the OBCZ managers forum:  
    http://www.bookcrossing.com/forum/27  
    ... this page, as mentioned above: http://www.bookcrossing.com/zones/promote  
    ... and you may also find some good information in this article: http://www.bookcrossing.com/articles/1770  
     
    Thank you for accommodating BookCrossing in finding another place for it to be active!  
     
    If you have any more questions, don't hesitate to reply to this message to ask us.
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