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dwqI told you in my earlier comment I haven't used OG in some time, probably not since before Drupal 5 came out.

I just installed the 5.x-5.3 release of OG from http://drupal.org/node/219691, and to my surprise (this is a new feature since I last looked at OG), when creating a group, I have a text area for the Group's "Mission statement" that appears after the title and description on the Group add/edit page. This mission statement is what is appearing on the groups.drupal.org page you reference.

In fact, without doing any copying of files around, the mission statement shows fine on group pages on the Drupal 5 site I created to test this out. Now, it isn't orange like the one on groups.drupal.org, but it does appear in Garland.

Do you not see the mission at all, or do you see it, and just want to have it look visually similar to the one on groups.drupal.org?

Sorry for leading you down the wrong path with my earlier response -- I should have installed OG and created a group before I responded to your post.
I told you in my earlier comment I haven't used OG in some time, probably not since before Drupal 5 came out.

I just installed the 5.x-5.3 release of OG from http://drupal.org/node/219691, and to my surprise (this is a new feature since I last looked at OG), when creating a group, I have a text area for the Group's "Mission statement" that appears after the title and description on the Group add/edit page. This mission statement is what is appearing on the groups.drupal.org page you reference.

In fact, without doing any copying of files around, the mission statement shows fine on group pages on the Drupal 5 site I created to test this out. Now, it isn't orange like the one on groups.drupal.org, but it does appear in Garland.

Do you not see the mission at all, or do you see it, and just want to have it look visually similar to the one on groups.drupal.org?

Sorry for leading you down the wrong path with my earlier response -- I should have installed OG and created a group before I responded to your post.
I told you in my earlier comment I haven't used OG in some time, probably not since before Drupal 5 came out.

I just installed the 5.x-5.3 release of OG from http://drupal.org/node/219691, and to my surprise (this is a new feature since I last looked at OG), when creating a group, I have a text area for the Group's "Mission statement" that appears after the title and description on the Group add/edit page. This mission statement is what is appearing on the groups.drupal.org page you reference.

In fact, without doing any copying of files around, the mission statement shows fine on group pages on the Drupal 5 site I created to test this out. Now, it isn't orange like the one on groups.drupal.org, but it does appear in Garland.

Do you not see the mission at all, or do you see it, and just want to have it look visually similar to the one on groups.drupal.org?

Sorry for leading you down the wrong path with my earlier response -- I should have installed OG and created a group before I responded to your post.
I told you in my earlier comment I haven't used OG in some time, probably not since before Drupal 5 came out.

I just installed the 5.x-5.3 release of OG from http://drupal.org/node/219691, and to my surprise (this is a new feature since I last looked at OG), when creating a group, I have a text area for the Group's "Mission statement" that appears after the title and description on the Group add/edit page. This mission statement is what is appearing on the groups.drupal.org page you reference.

In fact, without doing any copying of files around, the mission statement shows fine on group pages on the Drupal 5 site I created to test this out. Now, it isn't orange like the one on groups.drupal.org, but it does appear in Garland.

Do you not see the mission at all, or do you see it, and just want to have it look visually similar to the one on groups.drupal.org?

Sorry for leading you down the wrong path with my earlier response -- I should have installed OG and created a group before I responded to your post.
I told you in my earlier comment I haven't used OG in some time, probably not since before Drupal 5 came out.

I just installed the 5.x-5.3 release of OG from http://drupal.org/node/219691, and to my surprise (this is a new feature since I last looked at OG), when creating a group, I have a text area for the Group's "Mission statement" that appears after the title and description on the Group add/edit page. This mission statement is what is appearing on the groups.drupal.org page you reference.

In fact, without doing any copying of files around, the mission statement shows fine on group pages on the Drupal 5 site I created to test this out. Now, it isn't orange like the one on groups.drupal.org, but it does appear in Garland.

Do you not see the mission at all, or do you see it, and just want to have it look visually similar to the one on groups.drupal.org?

Sorry for leading you down the wrong path with my earlier response -- I should have installed OG and created a group before I responded to your post.
I told you in my earlier comment I haven't used OG in some time, probably not since before Drupal 5 came out.

I just installed the 5.x-5.3 release of OG from http://drupal.org/node/219691, and to my surprise (this is a new feature since I last looked at OG), when creating a group, I have a text area for the Group's "Mission statement" that appears after the title and description on the Group add/edit page. This mission statement is what is appearing on the groups.drupal.org page you reference.

In fact, without doing any copying of files around, the mission statement shows fine on group pages on the Drupal 5 site I created to test this out. Now, it isn't orange like the one on groups.drupal.org, but it does appear in Garland.

Do you not see the mission at all, or do you see it, and just want to have it look visually similar to the one on groups.drupal.org?

Sorry for leading you down the wrong path with my earlier response -- I should have installed OG and created a group before I responded to your post.
I told you in my earlier comment I haven't used OG in some time, probably not since before Drupal 5 came out.

I just installed the 5.x-5.3 release of OG from http://drupal.org/node/219691, and to my surprise (this is a new feature since I last looked at OG), when creating a group, I have a text area for the Group's "Mission statement" that appears after the title and description on the Group add/edit page. This mission statement is what is appearing on the groups.drupal.org page you reference.

In fact, without doing any copying of files around, the mission statement shows fine on group pages on the Drupal 5 site I created to test this out. Now, it isn't orange like the one on groups.drupal.org, but it does appear in Garland.

Do you not see the mission at all, or do you see it, and just want to have it look visually similar to the one on groups.drupal.org?

Sorry for leading you down the wrong path with my earlier response -- I should have installed OG and created a group before I responded to your post.
I told you in my earlier comment I haven't used OG in some time, probably not since before Drupal 5 came out.

I just installed the 5.x-5.3 release of OG from http://drupal.org/node/219691, and to my surprise (this is a new feature since I last looked at OG), when creating a group, I have a text area for the Group's "Mission statement" that appears after the title and description on the Group add/edit page. This mission statement is what is appearing on the groups.drupal.org page you reference.

In fact, without doing any copying of files around, the mission statement shows fine on group pages on the Drupal 5 site I created to test this out. Now, it isn't orange like the one on groups.drupal.org, but it does appear in Garland.

Do you not see the mission at all, or do you see it, and just want to have it look visually similar to the one on groups.drupal.org?

Sorry for leading you down the wrong path with my earlier response -- I should have installed OG and created a group before I responded to your post.
I told you in my earlier comment I haven't used OG in some time, probably not since before Drupal 5 came out.

I just installed the 5.x-5.3 release of OG from http://drupal.org/node/219691, and to my surprise (this is a new feature since I last looked at OG), when creating a group, I have a text area for the Group's "Mission statement" that appears after the title and description on the Group add/edit page. This mission statement is what is appearing on the groups.drupal.org page you reference.

In fact, without doing any copying of files around, the mission statement shows fine on group pages on the Drupal 5 site I created to test this out. Now, it isn't orange like the one on groups.drupal.org, but it does appear in Garland.

Do you not see the mission at all, or do you see it, and just want to have it look visually similar to the one on groups.drupal.org?

Sorry for leading you down the wrong path with my earlier response -- I should have installed OG and created a group before I responded to your post.
I told you in my earlier comment I haven't used OG in some time, probably not since before Drupal 5 came out.

I just installed the 5.x-5.3 release of OG from http://drupal.org/node/219691, and to my surprise (this is a new feature since I last looked at OG), when creating a group, I have a text area for the Group's "Mission statement" that appears after the title and description on the Group add/edit page. This mission statement is what is appearing on the groups.drupal.org page you reference.

In fact, without doing any copying of files around, the mission statement shows fine on group pages on the Drupal 5 site I created to test this out. Now, it isn't orange like the one on groups.drupal.org, but it does appear in Garland.

Do you not see the mission at all, or do you see it, and just want to have it look visually similar to the one on groups.drupal.org?

Sorry for leading you down the wrong path with my earlier response -- I should have installed OG and created a group before I responded to your post.
I told you in my earlier comment I haven't used OG in some time, probably not since before Drupal 5 came out.

I just installed the 5.x-5.3 release of OG from http://drupal.org/node/219691, and to my surprise (this is a new feature since I last looked at OG), when creating a group, I have a text area for the Group's "Mission statement" that appears after the title and description on the Group add/edit page. This mission statement is what is appearing on the groups.drupal.org page you reference.

In fact, without doing any copying of files around, the mission statement shows fine on group pages on the Drupal 5 site I created to test this out. Now, it isn't orange like the one on groups.drupal.org, but it does appear in Garland.

Do you not see the mission at all, or do you see it, and just want to have it look visually similar to the one on groups.drupal.org?

Sorry for leading you down the wrong path with my earlier response -- I should have installed OG and created a group before I responded to your post.

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