The site I started 16 years ago (Sept 5, 2004, announced on October 7, 2004) has now hit 1 million comments. Almost exactly 16 years to the day, 1m comments later, the site is still going, the look/feel, and even the logo is the same that I designed (some folks have got tattoos of it which is always wild to see). While I do not have anything to do with Hackaday now besides being a reader, things like: hackaday.io (project sharing), events, prize, store, and more were part of the decades-long-roadmap that went in to the idea at the time that I had hoped to get to, and the teams that took over are or have done them. Thanks Hackaday and Supplyframe folks for carrying on something that was important for the community and still is. It might end up being one of the longest running blogs, electronics for sure.
The recent changes to improve the comments, moderation, being more supportive and inclusive have helped, keep at it, there are millions of more opportunities to bring people together and share.
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