Well that got your attention - And it's TRUE .
Very soon Jeff will push the button (or click on a command), and the IAP Site software will be updated.
While the change will go fairly quickly, it is important to realize that this is a PROCESS, not an EVENT. Things will need to be tweaked, things may need to be corrected; it most likely will not be a 100% finished product immediately.
So, what can we do to assist?
Dig into the features and learn what is a bit different. Just because things may look a bit different does not mean they are more difficult.
If you were active in a specific forum(s), contribute to it again - keep it fresh and relevant. If you are a casual viewer, consider making a few posts or start a few threads. If you have photos to share, please continue.
Be patient, be positive, ask questions and help others when you have figured out something and someone asks for assistance.
IAP has had a long history of dedicated volunteers beginning with Jeff and Scott that have served in many capacities to create this wonderful site. And equal credit goes to the membership for its contributions to foster an atmosphere of promoting something which we can all enjoy and benefit from.
Special credit needs to be given to Jeff. It's not appropriate for me to speak on behalf of the membership - but as one member - Thank You.
This should be an exciting time and I suspect many new features will be available, now it is up to the membership to put it to good use.
If anyone has additional thoughts on how we can assist IAP in this transition, feel free to add your suggestions.