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Can the Community get a Forum?

The website is pretty light-weight/lean and "progressive", but is there a practical purpose that the community posts are one giant linear post history? That's about as useful as a tweet except there isn't even trending?

Well anyway, glad to be here, I'm looking through the lectures now and this is all very interesting! I think Quantopian has a lot to offer and is a great resource and a great expression for mathematical aptitude. A functional forum might improve that ability to make discussions and share ideas.

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I agree that this forum has many limitations that make hard to find the excellent information buried within.

One work-around that many of us do is to use Google to search for things. (use " your search goes here")

Another useful community tool is to join our Slack chatroom.

If anyone else has tips or ideas, please share them!

We definitely need a better forum with specific categories (research papers, shared algorithms, data-related stuff, members presentation, etc.).

I think this was discussed I proposed the idea a couple of months ago, the answer was they won't go with the bb forum approach but improve this forum

I think this was the last thread on the topic of community improvements. I look forward to shipping some changes in the relatively near future!


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Hi ID Neon and Tristan,

In the spirit of improved readability we've been collecting links to Quantopian algos, trading methods, etc. in a structured way on the wiki. I'm very much looking forward to the new version of Quantopian's forum.