What are other active robotics discussion forums on the net?

In addition to this great newsgroup, can anyone please give links to what you consider are the best and most active (non-newsgroup) robotics
related discussion forums on the net.
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    --Well there are several on Yahoo and at least one on Tribe, but I think the most active forum might be the one over at parallax.com.
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Nathan wrote:

Ditty what Ed sez. There's also the mailing list on dprg.org, which also has a Web interface for browsing. It's a list for a local user's group (1500+ miles from me!), but it's fairly active.
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Nathan wrote:

There are quite a number of forums around the net but probably the widest range of contributors and subjects remains to be here. The benefit of other forums comes from either locality of the forum or specialism.
Locality can bring the advantage of meeting with your peers and gaining knowledge face to face. Where as the specialism can draw global interest on the minority topics.
For my "local" I'd always recommend www.robotbuilder.co.uk/forum unfortunately there's no benefit of meetings but there lots of local supply knowledge. Thereafter my forums of interest relate to the micro controllers. They have a wealth of useful tips and tricks that can be applied to robot building.
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Hi Nathan,
Nathan wrote:

The Seattle Robotics Society http://www.seattlerobotics.org/ has a fairly active mailing list on Yahoo (you can view online or receive via email). http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/SeattleRobotics /
They also have an excellent archive of articles in the Encoder: http://www.seattlerobotics.org/encoder/index.php
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I frequent these two: http://www.robosavvy.com/Forums http://www.societyofrobots.com/robotforum /
and occasionally: http://www.botmag.com/forum/
HTH, - Joe
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Nathan wrote:

The Homebrew Robotics club has an email list that's worth monitoring.
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    --Which one? You mean the HRC in Silicon Valley?
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And might I suggest supplying links to the groups that you recommend....
TMT
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