I guess I'm old-fashioned by internet standards (well, to be honest I'm old-fashioned by a lot of standards... like the whole "browser rather than apps" thing...), because I find this sort of forum far clearer to understand and easier to use than something like Reddit. Personal taste is all. It's a shame that such a thing fragments our community. I wonder if there's some way to get the best of both worlds; an interface that's comfortable for both groups?
you'd have to dig the tick that is facebook out of the WM/H community for any real movement towards a better format to happen. as someone who doesn't use facebook for a myriad of reasons, the fact that I simply can't engage with huge chunks of the community because I can't and won't use that platform is aggravating beyond any lack of mobile optimizations this website has.
ideally you'd have a mobile-optimized website hosted on its own server and domain (rather than freeforum hosting) that has a standard discussion forum like this attached to a quick chat thing that functions similar to what amounts to chat rooms or how discord currently functions for each subforum. I'm no web dev though so I wouldn't know how to implement it, I just know similar things exist from talking to the people who are the actual web dev folks in other communities I belong to.
somebody could, u kno, periodicaly go to teh faceybook groups and link to hear. like advertising and whatnot.
Advertise... what, though?
Not trying to be facetious or anything, but the only reasons I post news updates (such as they are) to the relevant faction pages here are timezones and Facebook being far faster and more populated. By the time anyone comes around to link to here on an FB page, it's generally old news, so replies will be references to other threads or shitposting. It might gain the site a bit more traffic, but I wouldn't count on it, 'cos as I mention, LormaHordes is pretty decent, just a slowburn forum that doesn't suit many community members' predilection towards 'answers now'.