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'''E-Sangha''' was the largest English language forum on [[Buddhism]] from 2004 to 2009.  It contained several forums and sub-forums on a wide variety of subjects on [[Buddhism]].
 
'''E-Sangha''' was the largest English language forum on [[Buddhism]] from 2004 to 2009.  It contained several forums and sub-forums on a wide variety of subjects on [[Buddhism]].
  
The web address was:  http://www.lioncity.net/buddhism/
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The web address was:   
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*http://www.lioncity.net/buddhism/
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Wayback machine of one of the last snapshots of the site:
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*https://web.archive.org/web/20090309233046/http://www.lioncity.net/buddhism/
  
 
==Timeline==
 
==Timeline==
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*2007 Over 50,000 members
 
*2007 Over 50,000 members
 
*2008 Over one million posts
 
*2008 Over one million posts
*2009 (October) the site gets hacked and is down. The site owner and administrators were working to get the site back online, but were not successful. At the end there were a little over 58,000 members and about 1.2 million posts.
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*2009 (October) the site gets hacked and went down. The site owner and administrators were working to get the site back online, but were not successful. At the end there were about 40,000 members and about 1,123,000 posts.
*2010 (Feb.) The site is still not back online and there is no news of its impending return, perhaps implying that it is gone completely.
 
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Revision as of 02:22, 22 July 2019

E-Sangha was the largest English language forum on Buddhism from 2004 to 2009. It contained several forums and sub-forums on a wide variety of subjects on Buddhism.

The web address was:

Wayback machine of one of the last snapshots of the site:

Timeline

  • 2003 Created by Leo Teyes
  • 2007 Over 50,000 members
  • 2008 Over one million posts
  • 2009 (October) the site gets hacked and went down. The site owner and administrators were working to get the site back online, but were not successful. At the end there were about 40,000 members and about 1,123,000 posts.

See also