I read the same few web forums and am looking for some new ones. Am especially looking for the best threads--threads that are long running, get lots of posts, and are generally interesting and high quality. Any subject.
I've been toying with the idea of starting a website that's sort of half forum, half store. I have a general understanding of how the web works, but I haven't done anything web design-ey for about ten years, and even then I was definitely quite amateur. What would I need to do to get going? [more inside]
Recommend an online forum where video production for the Web is discussed? [more inside]
How much would an online expert expect to be paid? [more inside]
Is there a Metafilter about sex? [more inside]
Recommend a web forum software that allows for an arbitrarily large number of sub-forums. [more inside]
Recommendations needed for mailing list software [more inside]
Is it ever OK to change peoples posts on a web forum? Say theoretically a government department ran a consultation via web forum, with invited, non anonymous participants, and wasn't happy with what some of their own staff said. Would it be ok for them to order the staff to edit the posts? Are there any useful examples of the consequences?
Looking for film reviews/discussion with fairly long and intelligent commentary on plot/cinematography/history of the films.
I am looking for a good source of both modern and classic film reviews/discussion with fairly long and intelligent commentary on plot/cinematography/history of the films. [more inside]
I run a very dynamic web forum, but I need suggestions for how to make it really shine. [more inside]
Can any recommend a good, free and, most importantly, secure web-based forum? [more inside]
Web forums: I need forum software without a presentation layer. [more] [more inside]