But the author of the site doesn't visit the official Facebook page :-/
And he doesn't really need to. If you can't bring mouser to Facebook, then bring Facebook to mouser.
The purpose of the Facebook page is more for us to use it to introduce others
to the site, rather than for us to use it to keep up with what is going on here.
I have done what I can to make our Facebook page something worth sharing with your Facebook friends
In addition to the Timeline posts, which mirror the forum threads that get pushed to our blog, there is a software page
that I update annually, with almost 40 applications, perfect for sharing through a direct link:https://www.facebook.com/...Coder/app_221460014534454
The live chat
page will dump your friends directly into our IRC channel, where they can meet the bunch of us that hang out there, and MouserBot can do his magic, spitting forum links at them until they feel compelled to click & join. https://www.facebook.com/...Coder/app_205521576149308
So, take a look around and if you have any suggestions on what would make our Facebook page more useful and sharable, to help you introduce others
to our little community here, please let me know.
With having shared the page with all of my Facebook friends, myself, I am proud to say that I have 50 Facebook friends that have liked the page. That's 50 people that have the potential to see something that catches their eye and could lead them to become members, here (since most aren't). I encourage anyone that enjoys what we have here to share it with everyone, either through direct links to content on our site, through sharing the page and our posts on Facebook, or following and retweeting
us on Twitter