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I wanted to post on a thread but once I could actually find it (via google I might add) it turns out the thread has been archived and closed.

why? 

It wasn’t moderator locked, didn’t seem controversial.

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5 hours ago, EmmaRoid said:

I wanted to post on a thread but once I could actually find it (via google I might add) it turns out the thread has been archived and closed.

why? 

It wasn’t moderator locked, didn’t seem controversial.

There was just so much material in the forum that maintaining it was slowing the whole thing down.  We took the decision with the developers to archive all threads that had not been posted in for over a year.  Site seems to be running a bit better now.  If there is a thread that you feel is important to HPC you can always report it to a moderator and we can look at getting it unarchived.

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