DJ360 6,392 Posted July 29, 2019 Report Share Posted July 29, 2019 Bottom line here is that nobody is forced to read or follow any thread or topic, so there room for all sorts of topics, so long as nobody insists on 'flooding' the site with excessive posts. In my experience, many forums begin with a very specific topic, but over time, as forums mature and people develop friendships, they find that they share more interests than simply the original one. My other favourite site started as a vehicle for its owner to discuss hi-fi and deal in second hand vinyl records. It developed into a broad 'audio' forum covering Modern, D.I.Y build, 'Vintage' and 'Classic' kit,, Sales and Wants, Music, a very active and informative Photography section and an 'Off Topic' section carrying everything else, including very lively, but rarely acrimonious political debate. Furthermore, there is such a large and varied membership, in many countries, that almost any appeal for help, advice or information, will result in some sort of helpful response. It's all good. Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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