Here's the problem, Adobe software spans such a large skillset that even if 500 people join, there are still vastly better and quicker places to get help with Adobe software. There are thousands of experts on Creative Cow to help with Adobe software, and even if I decide to only get help from skiers, the Graphic Designer's Cult and Movie Maker Crew and all the editing and web development cults already exist. And the Media and Arts forum is seen by even more people than any of the various specialized creative cults on NS. A successful software help forum really needs thousands of members to survive.
But I happen to be working on CS5 development right now, so I'll join and see if I can help you get this thing off the ground.
well your a downer. I was just trying to help people out. quite frankly. I watched a few videos to learn after effects and they were shit. Also they didn't teach you everything that is possible in them. I'm just trying to get a cult that is dedicated to only adobe software so people can get the hook up without having to watch a few hours worth of what could be useless shit.
"I'm a thug, (sniffle sniffle) thugs don't cry" matt margetts
It has its ups and downs. Beta software in its early stages can be incredibly frustrating, and the work isn't quite as creative as I'd like, but it's always cool to work with new workflows.
I didn't mean to be a downer, I was just pointing out some problems that these types of cults usually have. If you want to increase cult visibility, it might not be a bad idea to make it an open cult...