Sometimes I see a thread in the old forum.civicrm.org forum that may need follow-up but that site is now being deprecated. What is the best way to continue the discussion?

For example, I have a proposed solution to the issue discussed in


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  • I think this question should be moved to meta. – Siddharth Gupta Jul 5 '15 at 12:40
  • @Vietyank, thanks for asking - this is a useful question. However it does belong on Meta because the subject is civicrm.stackexchange.com rather than CiviCRM itself. We'll hopefully move it there, which will preserve the question and replies. – Chris Burgess Jul 6 '15 at 4:06
  • @Coleman, I've voted to move this to Meta. You can do similarly ("close => off-topic => another site") - you have much more SE rep so you might be able to make it happen :) – Chris Burgess Jul 6 '15 at 4:06

This is a really good question that I've thought about myself.

I've answered with a stock, "This is a great question! However, this forum is no longer used for questions. Please post the question at http://civicrm.stackexchange.com where it will receive a lot more attention."

I'd consider reposting the question yourself for them and giving them a link - but it's better if they post the question, because they'll reap the reputation, which is better for the health of the site and their continued involvement.

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