I was super engaged on the old FMI Community site. During the transition in April, activity was pretty light, so I started looking around at other forums. I’m already on Discourse for Apple’s Swift developer forum and prefer that UI/UX. When @Cecile mentioned creating something based on Discourse, I made a mental note of it and decided I’d give the FMI Community 6 months to get their act together. Sadly, we can’t delete posts, there’e no RSS, and I still can’t edit any of my old ‘documents’. I’m kinda over it at this point, and basically transitioning away from the FMI Community. Which makes me sad. I’ve been there since TechNet was a thing. I see myself participating here (and Slack) more, going forward.
On a sidenote, I would argue Apple’s Swift forum carries at least as much activity than the FMI Community, so I’ve never understood the “Discourse doesn’t scale” argument from FMI.