Hopefully, in 2 years time, to my own decentralized Q&A mesh node page.
I'm not ready to announce anything specific, but I'll be watching other Q&A projects evolve, learn from their successes and mistakes, and take the best from their experience and implement it in a way that I see would be best for me, my colleagues at work, and my personal project's small community.
I believe the knowledge should be free, open source, and in the hands of the global worldwide community, and all who want should be able to roll their own instance of a Q&A platform and have a say in how it's run, but the knowledge should be copy-able in case one instance goes bad, so that the others can pick up its remaining good content.
If someone else beats me to this goal first, I'll combine my efforts with theirs, as I would in any other collaborative online development. For now, while the content here is still free to copy with proper attribution, I'll continue normal use of the network, and then take the good stuff with me to a better place. And for being able to do this I thank the original creators of this network for their forethoughtfulness.