|In the past, I've thought that it wouldn't necessarily be good for the Arc community to be split up amongst the 'official' arclanguage.org vs other less official and less likely to be supported community sites, but it has come up again and now I'm not so sure.|
As krapp said, "would it be so bad for the Anarki community to be hosted on a forum running Anarki?" That's I think the key point - we're not really just the arc community any more so much as the anarki community. Most of us still here are here because we like hacking on the language, rather than because we like hacking in the language, and I'm not sure a new BDFL would change that. So it's not unreasonable to have our own site where we have more control, and yes - host it on anarki.
So, should we? I have a vultr instance I've mentioned before that I could run some anarki related stuff on, and apparently anarki.net is for sale.
One question I have - given the 'anarchic' state of the community (which I think is kinda cool), how could we manage updates to the service(s) in such a way that does not require intervention from a specific individual?