New to cubing or solving puzzles? Need orientation? Have general speedcubing questions? Here you'll get help.
General Puzzle Discussion [this is a new forum for general puzzle discussion that isn't a rookie question or a constructive new idea]
General puzzle or speedsolving discussion that doesn't fit into the other forums. This is not the place to request help or ask questions!
Constructive Speedcubing Discussion [this was previously for discussion as a whole, but is now only for new ideas or constructive discussion of methods, etc.]
The constructive speedsolving forum; discussing new ideas expanding the cubing community's knowledge. This is not the place to request help or ask questions!
Hall of Fame [new forum as suggested here]
This is the place for existing topics/discussions that are exceptionally informative. Threads are moved here by Moderators, new threads cannot be created within this subforum.
This is the place to get help with the hardware side of your puzzles: what kind of puzzle to get, how to lube cubes, DIY questions, discuss what to buy, where to buy from, and how to tune your puzzles to perfection.
This is the place to add and/or watch any puzzle related videos added by members. Have a nice video you want to share? Or bored and want to see some exciting solving? This is the place to sit back and watch!
Discussion of solving puzzles blindfolded will be here. Discuss solving technique, memory methods, algorithms, and more.
This is the place to discuss and get help with software for puzzles: timers, solvers, simulators.
Non-speed related puzzle discussion goes here: Group theory, mathematics, fewest moves and similar are discussed in "Puzzle Theory".
How-to's, Guides, etc.
Here you can find a compilation of general how-to's, tutorials, guides, etc. This is not the place to request help or ask questions!
The Wiki is meant to provide an organized outlet for the vast amounts of knowledge that are provided in the forums, as well as a general cubing encyclopedia.