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It should be, looking at the community name.
But then, the latest news is from September 2008, which could indicate that this community has long been abandoned. Discussion may have moved to a livelier place. If so, where should I turn?
Just in case anyone in charge of running epractice.eu still has his or her ear cocked in this direction:
By far the most important issue for epractice is SPEED, or better, lack thereof. Need I explain the issue? No, since you are here, you probably experience the same interminable waits for most actions to take effect.
It makes me wonder that such a significant communal effort is hampered by what is surely an easily solveable problem from a technical point of view - just move the platform to faster servers.