Hello dear discourse community!
My aim is to collect as many as possible public Discourse sites in this “Discourse Subdomains” list at github. The list is sorted by 3rd level subdomains. I’m doing a research to find out what kind of subdomains people are using to host Discourse and how popular are certain subdomains.
Feel free to add any yet not listed discourse instance to the list either:
- directly at github via a pull request (the repo takes part at Hacktoberfest!) or
- post it directly here in this thread.
If you know a good source of such discourse instances or know a good search query to pull this kind of data from Google - please let me know
I own https://forum.monocycle.info/ and https://unicyclist.com/, the latter having no subdomain though.
It would be interesting to know how and why they chose the subdomain they use.
This should really help you out: Websites using Discourse
As I was trying to find a useful (and free) list of Discourse forums online and since I couldn’t find one, I went ahead and created a crowd-curated “awesome” list on GitHub anyone can contribute to: awesome-discourse-communities/README.md at main · rugpullindex/awesome-discourse-communities · GitHub
My hope is that over the many years to come, a few searchers will end up here, find my repository and help contribute with links.
You can already add all the links provided on the first post link, Discourse customers, and those listed by users on this topic. It would be a better start than having only a handful of links.
Roblox seems to use Discourse for its developer community.
From our data:
Interesting. What about TLD?
49 % com
12 % org
4 % io
4 % net
All country codes less than 4%
Thank you for that insight.
6 posts were split to a new topic: Forum Performance Indicators
Wouldn’t a #wiki-posts be better for this?