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I don't understand why you guys want that forum to be back. It was abandoned for several months and you could not see an interesting post apart from the usual spam that you see on unmoderated boards.

It had many posts selling pills and magical remedies for weeks until someone decided to look at it, you can tell that there wasn't an admin taking care of the content there.

In the last year I did not see a useful response there and every conversation about the API was held on this forum, so what is the point of asking for the other one to be back?

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2 hours ago, jlz said:

I don't understand why you guys want that forum to be back. It was abandoned for several months and you could not see an interesting post apart from the usual spam that you see on unmoderated boards.

It had many posts selling pills and magical remedies for weeks until someone decided to look at it, you can tell that there wasn't an admin taking care of the content there.

In the last year I did not see a useful response there and every conversation about the API was held on this forum, so what is the point of asking for the other one to be back?

Yeah I agree, for the last few months it attracted lots of spammers for some reason (I presume it was not being moderated and had always attracted spam).

However, it did have lots of useful content, often I would search on Google for a question/issue and would see a useful forum post in the results. Over the years it became a decent knowledge base, which I guess is all lost now.

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30 minutes ago, andysinclair said:

Yeah I agree, for the last few months it attracted lots of spammers for some reason (I presume it was not being moderated and had always attracted spam).

However, it did have lots of useful content, often I would search on Google for a question/issue and would see a useful forum post in the results. Over the years it became a decent knowledge base, which I guess is all lost now.

Good point, I guess they turned it down because no one was using it and they didn't think about those queries.

Maybe a good solution would be to load those posts into a knowledge base directory so we still can search through it.

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