Hi. I've been following Voron for quite a bit of this year. I started to learn about it from Reddit. I understand the issues that have created conflict between the Moderators and Reddit management. Even so you can't deny the fact if the purpose if one of the goals of the Voron community is to grow, then Reddit can still be a valuable tool to help people discover and share information. Reddit is a very search friendly place to find information (a lot of what I learned there came from Googling). I'm just wondering why it is still in such a state of flux? Is it possible that rather than being closed it could be opened as read only and direct people to continue the discussion here (assuming that you don't want to just go back to having an open discussion)? The main website is still trying to send people to Reddit under the "community" menu and there are still a lot of links all around the web trying to send people back to https://www.reddit.com/r/vorondesign/ . I don't think it is great how Reddit handled their changes but it might not be worth throwing out the baby with the bathwater on that issue. Right now when you go to the VoronDesign reddit home, it urges people to head over to Discord, but if you want to learn there you are just drinking from a firehose because while the your have the information there in room, it isn't broken out into threads (Just more general room). That's amazing for engaging in coverstations, but not good for having nicely threaded content to browes and learn from. What are Voron Design's plans for dealing with Reddit going forward?