We have recently been given a space on the FreeGameDev Forums, which is a much better place for community discussion than our current forum page. You can check out our new forums there at this link.
Aside from a more standard and useful forum approach - subforums, topics, etc. - it also makes a lot of sense for us to do it on FreeGameDev, because we share their approach about combining free and open source software with gaming. Gaming is, sadly, one of the last areas to which open source has not yet made a big impression. Most game engines are entirely closed source, and in fact many games also run entirely on locked-down hardware (consoles).
But that isn't how things need to be, and I predict they will change. The are reasons that led to our having open source operating systems, web browsers, web servers, and so forth, that are either better than or equivalent to competing closed source products, and those reasons are essentially the same in gaming.
So, having forums as part of the FreeGameDev Forums makes a lot of sense, and I hope it will lead to more interaction between Syntensity people and other open source game creators.
Thanks to the FreeGameDev people for agreeing to host our forums there!