I've asked the guys at Starry Night about making their own forum, not that place called Yahoo groups, so that users of the software could help each other with problems and have honest and open dialogue with the developers on more than one occasion but it fell on deaf ears. I was also a moderator on their self support pages but that was swiftly taken away from me without being even told probably due to the fact that I myself was too critical of the product. I'm fed up with having to constantly send in support tickets and everything being conducted under cloak and dagger on a one-to-one basis via personal email. It's really not on!
We do have forums. Although I've only been with Simulation Curriculum for about 10 months, I believe these forums have existed for quite some time.
See the left hand menu on this page.
Bill, the forum link seems to be very inactive. The posts in the majority of threads have not been active since last spring. Am I missing something? I really think the site needs to far more interactive to be of any real value to the SNP7 users. This thread on CN seems more alive than the one you posted. Perhaps some rethinking of its format should be considered so to encourage active participation.