I'm a long-time reader and contributor in the groovypost.com/forum and I'm trying to figure out why your creating another "forum" here in the answers section of the site.
Can you elaborate? Are you going to collapse the old forum? Or?
There! My first question! ;)
asked May 12 '11 at 10:26
I guess if anyone should answer this question, it should be me.
Although our forum has been a very important component to the groovyPost community, I have often received feedback that it was to difficult to use. Because the forum had a bit of a learning curve then, it held many groovyReaders back from getting involved in the discussion and asking the questions and getting the help they might otherwise have asked if the forum wasn't so confusing and intimidating.
So on behalf of all of us here at groovyPost, WELCOME to our new community site. I hope you enjoy the new format and feel at ease with getting involved in the discussion and not only get help yourself but, you also help those with your own knowledge!
-Steve (aka - MrGroove)
answered May 12 '11 at 23:11
I think the Forum is really hard to use for newbies like me. I never did install an account in there even though I went in there from time to time. Just to confusing.
Answers however is simple and it's just a day old and I already have an account (I used my facebook account) and here I am posting stuff saying hello to the community!
So I say good job, I like it.
answered May 12 '11 at 19:06