Like kleinbl00 said, there's only a handful of active people on here, and I think that's the best part. I'm new too--just joined like a week ago after lurking for a few months--but it's really cool how the discussions really do turn into discussions. It's not just anonymous shitposting, it's like "oh man, I can't wait to see what kleinbl00 and goobster said now, and I hope oftenben is doing alright, he seemed really down this morning." I checked out the number of followers on the biggest accounts, like mk and kleinbl00, and there only seem to be about 1500 named users in the whole ecosystem. The UI and the overall opaqueness of how the site works is a little off-putting at first, but once you get into a good chat with some of the folks on here, it's really awesome having a place to come talk to people. Hubski is like the anti-2020, at least that's what I see on here. You'll also quickly learn to love the tags, because people use them pretty consistently, so you can go way down the rabbit hole on something by following links down at the bottom of a post with tags on it.