It's unfortunate and sad to see this thread dwindling to a halt for almost one year already, although it's partly my fault for not staying active in ReCom due to the normal works and life excuse
But anyhow, my love in Japanese language is strong as ever. I wish I could help any ReComers who are learning Japanese here with their questions but my knowledge in Japanese does have its bounds.
But in the age of the internet, there is still hope. In one little corner of the internet, there exists a network of websites called StackExchange where their communities fluorish not on forums, but on questions and answers. It contains a number of Q&A sites, each pertaining to specific fields or concepts. There is one for programming, one for photography, one for mathematics etc etc. These sites are basically similar like Yahoo Answers but the most interesting and awesome feature of these sites is that you accumulate reputation points from votes on you questions and answers. So there, you can be sure people will be eager to answer your questions. I see this as a better place to get your questions answers than, say, in ReCom.
Unfortunately, there is no site in that network that is specific for Japanese language, yet. There is, however, a proposal to create such a site currently in stage. This proposal requires commitment from a number of users (at least 200 users if I'm not mistaken) and currently the commitment level is at 68%. Thus, I highly recommend and encourage, and I'll really really appreciate if any of you guys, 'O ReComers who love Japanese language, no matter if you are just a beginner or a subject matter expert, please spend some of your precious minutes to visit this proposal staging site and put your commitment by clicking the 'Commit' button and optionally register.
Here's the link:
Do spread the words around!
p/s to Seng Chye and all the sensei in here, I'll really hope to see you in there when the site is created after the proposal reaches 100% commitment.
p/s: below is list of already existing sites if you want to have a feel on how they work:
) - on programming and coding
Fitness and Nutritions (http://fitness.stackexchange.com/
p/s 3: btw here's my network profile: http://stackexchange.com/users/0eaf6...5-1fbc3efddc91
.. I've been quite active in StackOverflow where I post questions on my coding projects (and at the same time help other coders with their questions)