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I just wanted to say that I find Aikiweb well functioning and the crowd generally well behaved. We are often told to judge a teacher by his or her students... and in web forums, I think you can judge the forum owner by the general behaviour onboard.
When I first started out exploring aikido web boards, there was Aikiweb, AJ and E-budo. The two latter are not very active any more but Aikiweb is still a well functioning place.
Thank you Jun. And thank you everyone who contribute in making this place interesting.
I agree Hanna, Jun is doing a great job. And thanks to all the aikido teachers and students and others, for the interestings things you are telling every day. Thanks a lot and have a nice day and weekend