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  • n. Plural form of userbase.

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Examples

  • To that end, for example, advocacy for email addresses to be used as OpenIDs is growing, providing web users the convenience of reusing a familiar identifier, and affording developers a way to “upgrade” legacy userbases that may have been keyed to unique email addresses.

    OpenID usability is not an oxymoron | FactoryCity

  • If this was implemented on Facebook or MySpace, would their respective userbases not be apopletic?

    Néojaponisme » Blog Archive » The Fear… of the Internet

  • Am i the only one who can forsee a massive revolt by both the aol and msn userbases after they hear that their network is going to be “invaded by the enemy”?

    MSN AOL?

  • Rival app stores, like Google 's Android Market and Palm App Catalog, are much smaller, with smaller userbases, and have so far lacked such high-profile app stories.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • Non-free distros make almost no attempts to inform their userbases of the importance of freedom, even though they wouldn't exist without it.

    LinuxQuestions.org

  • I don't really have a good sense what most Fortran users would mean; partly, I've been out of the community for a few years, but it's also rather different userbases.

    Lambda the Ultimate - Programming Languages Weblog

  • Well, support will be severely limited, but maintained until there's a way to port entire apps (including their userbases) to a standards-based approach.

    Download Squad

  • Networking sites like Mixi, Gree, and MBGA. jp all enjoy userbases in the tens of millions over there, and local game publishers are starting to take notice -- including one of the most prestigious of all.

    Evil Avatar

  • For all the crowing the platform holders have been doing about the userbases of their respective networks, there's a much bigger player these days in the gaming space, even though it's not terribly likely too many of our readers are a part of it-or at least would admit to being so.

    N-Sider.com

  • Foursquare, and services like it, are aware that they are running the risk of established digital players, namely Twitter and Facebook, starting to prioritise location and developing a whole host of tools to encourage their huge userbases and commercial partners to take advantage of geo opportunities.

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