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It seems like a lot of the discussion has moved to "social networks".
Forums are also places where the posts hang around, indexable by search engines, effectively forever, making them better suited for working threads and information that might be important to others later. Social networks are transitory experience zones, conversations there come and go faster than the taste of diet soda, and their searchability is close to zero.
One warning about RPGGeek: I deleted myself from there in so called rage-quit and all my BGG stuff, reviews, pictures, lists etc was also deleted. I had put a lot of work that was all gone. I didn't realize that the two sites were so tightly connected.
But you have to submit to Google™
It was a quite harmless argument with someone who claimed to love fudging rolls and making the players believe all the rolls were real. You know, most fudgers are like "Yeah... I think I know my players are OK with it... but we haven't really talked about it" but this guy was "Oh they can never know! The fact that they believe it's a real game makes it much more exciting for them!". After a couple of days I got angry and deleted myself then instantly regretted it but everything was gone.I've learned to accept the existance of DM's like him since then.
I like stackexchange for very specific technical answers. It's not that great for discussion, however. The culture is too pedantic for my tastes.
A group I created in G+ from a suggestion I saw at RPGNet: Lone Wolf Roleplaying It's fairly active considering the topic.