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1. You are not the _only_ one, for sure. 2. Dunno.
I am in a group, 3 have mailed me but up to now there is no activity. It's still early though.
I'm not in a group either, perhaps it would have been a good idea but there seems no way to alter my original choice.
My brother was also not assigned to any group — it seems it’s down to the choice you make when you were asked if you are more of a self-study or group-study type. If you want to join a group (join another one or leave it) send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Aside from introductions, my group hasn't been too active so far. So I wouldn't be too worried
Yes, as long as you've received introductions from other members, hang in there with your group. Things will get tougher in the next few weeks, and you can expect more discussion.
I plan to kick my group (44) into activity, so if you’re there expect a link soon ;)
i haven't heard anything from my group yet. ??
@strangefyr Did you get assigned to one?
i received an email saying i'd been assigned to one. that was it.
OK. Then just wait or start being active on it yourself — it’s just the matter of replying to the mailing list ☺
Not much activity in the assigned study group. More activity here. You aren't missing much not being a study group
We suspect the groups will be more active a little deeper into the course, when the work gets a little harder.