Hello again, Kalid! I'm visiting Aha! after a long time, and I was pleased to see the move to Discourse.
That said, there doesn't seem to be much activity here (I seem to be the first outside poster here); and that's a shame because I really did like going through huge amount of content that used to be generated here.
I'd actually come here looking for some old discussions I had with you; but almost left the site before I saw the discreet link to the archives, so maybe you could make it more prominent:
To spur engagement back up, why don't you migrate some stuff back to this site? As a visitor, I'd be more likely to contribute if I saw that the forum was thriving.
I realize that hand-migration would probably be a huge waste of your time, and you might as well write more articles than format and filter the raw insights; but automated-migration might make the sight messy again.
I'm leaning towards the latter: content is more important than presentation right now. Maybe you could add a
migrated tag that would be removed when the community integrates the posts into the new website like StackExchange did while moving from MSO to MSE.
All that said, I do hope you're not giving up on the site; and I'll probably be back again soon. Also, please tag this post as
meta; it's offending my OCD.
As a last thought, maybe an email to all your subscribers after the migration reminding them about the site would help?
(BTW, I was almost going to sign off with "Regards, Yatharth" like I would in a well-thought e-mail instead of a quickly-written comment. This Discourse format sure is more conducive to these kind of discussions...)