Does there exist an updated catalog or wiki list of internet forums and web communities living and dead over the coarse of the internet's history?
I run Ada Lovelace Day, and want to create an online community where people can discuss a variety of topics including women in STEM, equality and diversity issues, STEM news. I'm looking for an affordable hosted community platform with a bit more functionality than a standard forum, including an events calendar, private messaging, static pages, blog-like functionality and flexible design. [more inside]
I have tried Elgg and BuddyPress, but those solutions just don't seem to work very well, mostly because of issues with the templates. I want to develop an online community that is based around my online radio station. The community should have forums, chat, galleries, user search, comments, walls, and all the other basic stuff that comes with an online community. It needs to be completely graphically customisable I'm looking for the best solution that is under $600, but preferable free.
Where do the über-smart people collaborate and hold dialogue online? [more inside]
I'm looking for a standardized list of user ranks in online forums/communities. I'm wondering what has become the standard out there, and please don't suggest the Star Wars ranks.
I have been trying to get the hang of Drupal all morning. I am trying to set up a community/info site and I am completely overwhelmed. Help me figure out what I need to know! [more inside]
How can we reign in the costs of running this forum? [more inside]
Does anyone have an opinion on the best of breed web forums software and drupal-like or community software out there for an asp/.net environment? [more inside]
In your opinion, what are the best online resources for people with depression? (e.g. communities, forums, web-based magazines etc). [more inside]
Christian forums? [more inside]