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Yes, I can see why it's smart to be anxious about this move. As Bill mentioned, this won't be a 1:1 replacement, and will involve moving into some unknown territory and picking up some unfamiliar tools.
It's probably also worth mentioning that the forums aren't really what AA is for. That's a great project that supports AA, but we're primarily concerned with articles and profesionally developed work. Indeed, the forums played such a tiny role when we started that I think we could've lived without them completely and just had comments on the articles. In a way, Shane's closing down his forums is what really brought people to ours. That turned out to be good for us, but it's not what we set out to do.
Since some of us started with the forums and then moved into administration, it's probably worth keeping that in mind as we refine our goals.
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