Do it yourself
I'll start off with this quote:
Be the change you want to see in the world.
-Commonly attributed to Gandhi.
Honestly, if you want to make TREU interesting, then all you have to do is: try it yourself. Make the place be the way that you want it to be.
The community is not here to make an interesting place for you, ready for you to pop-in and have an interesting discussion. You are also part of this community and are responsible for its success.
So the next time you pop-in and think "ahh, I wish there was a discussion about X", then go ahead and start that discussion.
What even is the problem?
Why do you feel that it's "boring", not interesting and that you "don't enjoy it"? Rather than tell us a vague problem, and expect us to solve it for you, take a minute to analyse how or why you feel that way. Talking it out loud to yourself can help you understand what the problem you're facing is.
Effort, it takes effort
Having said that, I can tell you that to get a community going, it takes effort. Sometimes more, sometimes less. But trying is the only thing you can do.
This may be the reason that you might be finding TREU a "boring" place, people may just not want to or can't expend any effort there to get a discussion going.
At time of writing, TREU has:
- 87 posts per day
- 867 posts per week
- 93 all time users
That's not much, but it's not too bad either; it's kindling enough to get a good fire going, if stoked enough. So, the problem isn't necessarily the numbers, it's the amount of engagement, or lack thereof.
Give it a go, try (or don't try; do). And if you find that it just isn't the place you want it to be, then move on, try something else.