There are more and more watch discussion sites/forums on the net however there are few which are informative, fun and somewhere where you want to spend some time.
There are forums with tens of posts each day others with a few per week, some you go one once and never go back others interest you even if you don't have watches from the brand. Of course a Greubel Forsey forum will attract less forumers than lets say a JLC forum just because one brand is more niche than the other.
So my main question is what are the main ingredients that make a good forum?
I would say the interest for the brand + the information which can be found + the foumers + the moderator and mix it all up to get a great atmosphere like here on the Lounge .
My second question would be what makes a good moderator?
Here I don't have a specific answer, for me you just recognise a good moderator when you see one