VideoForums recently celebrated its 10 year anniversary. Much has changed in the last 10 years and our shared hobby has seen an explosion in popularity. The forums have been continually updated to cater for these changes, but we're fast approaching a time where we're no longer relevant. It's never been so easy to capture and share video, which is starting to marginalise those of us that are genuine enthusiasts. Anyone can pick up an iPhone, film and upload to YouTube. Strangely, advances in technology and the acceptance of YouTube in everyday life have made it all the more important to maintain our small community.
As you know, I have been considering the future direction of VideoForums for some time. This has included discussions with several long-standing members and we have jointly agreed that change is required to ensure we remain relevant. We've decided to go back to our founding principles of embracing innovation, sharing ideas, and having fun. To help push us towards this direction, we have decided to make the forum structure much more simple. We plan to have a small number of sections, and each section will be linked to one of our guiding principles. You should see some changes soon, but I will share more details shortly.