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The ANTLR-interest list is shutting down and Ter has decided to use both Stack Overflow for questions and Google groups dicussions for ANTLR users. There seems to be problems with new Stack Overflow users trying to effectively monitor the ANTLR tags.

I created a new filter for just the ANTLR tags, but how do I allow others to follow it? Do I just give the link as I did here?

(I would not be surprised if this is a duplicate, I just could not find the original.)

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Yes, you can just give them the link to the filter you created. Note also that there's an Antlr interest RSS link at the bottom of that page that you can direct users to. It will give them the same questions as your filter in their RSS reader.

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Thanks for the RSS link; never noticed. – Guy Coder Dec 14 '12 at 16:48
@GuyCoder No problem. Just about every page on Stack Exchange has it, but it's always hidden away at the bottom of the page. – Bill the Lizard Dec 14 '12 at 16:57
I passed your note about RSS link onto Ter, he said thanks also. – Guy Coder Feb 4 '13 at 2:34

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