Well, Lester, I went and joined up at that forum you mentioned. It's nice, got a clean interface and so forth, but after a couple of days of reading, I don't think there's much more activity there than here.
That's not a condemnation of the place, but the thing is, is that worms aren't really high-maintenance creatures. Once you get a bin or pile established, and things start going smoothly, there's not much fuss. There's no day-to-day upheavals, few life or death situations, and very little true excitement. Now, don't get me wrong. Sometimes all the worms decide to climb out and go elsewhere for some unknown reason, or crazy weather takes its toll on the bin, or sometimes we have to revamp our systems due to changing needs, etc.. and we report in on that. But most of us here are long-time wormers, so we've got the "how to set up a bin and vermicompost" down.
We're helpful when a newby comes in to ask questions, but other than that, we're vermicomposters and the living is easy. . .