Still not getting all the "must be either/or" arguments. I find both the type-specific forums and more general ones (like this one) interesting. And seeing what interaction styles are like when a board is dominated by a single type is also illuminating on occasion.
Every forum is unique and has pluses and minuses in part because of the individuals that post to them. If you don't get anything out of a forum, no one is forcing you to post there. I find it odd that people feel the need to argue that one should ONLY post to a general forum.
Still, I'm entirely behind the decision to post only where you feel like.
Surely if the owner abandoned it, the bill wouldn't be paid and the site would be shut down.
You don't necessarily have to pay to have a forum. A lot of sites offer free forums now and some software is also free. The phpBB software used on infpgc is free. I'm not sure if they're on a free server or not.
INFPgc to me is like a sponge cake, an angst ridden sponge cake with negative gearing. Which means the emotionality is rife with amplification of the stresses in their lives. Hence a kind of vortex of repressed issues that pour out of their selves until they progress to a sense of acceptance and move in the world.
INTPc has a sticky. NF forums should get a a sticky for the sub forums in other parts of the internet universe. Or at least I'd be fascinated to hear discussion on entp, intj, infj and what other highly active specific MBTI site is out there?
I am (was?) a member there, though not very regular. My best guess is that the owner of the site noticed the strange activity, or someone was able to contact her, and she has taken the software offline. It's possible that she intends to clean it up, improve security and put it back online, but I think the more likely scenario is that she's decided it's more trouble than it's worth.
I might start posting here, but probably not; it feels like a crowded party. :p