It was a thriving community of over 18,000 users and who's who of the tech scene contributed answers: Patrick McKenzie (patio11), Dharmesh Shah, Jason Cohen. Not to mention that Joel Spolsky himself was active in the community.
Unhappy with how they closed the community down with just a short notice, several people (myself included) rebuilt the platform from the ground up and re-launched the startup community at http://www.brightjourney.com
But then I discovered that it was down, so I used http://archive.org because I didn’t know about Bright Journey. The new copy of the original question is in http://www.brightjourney.com/q/forming-new-software-startup-...
Did you use the original user data they had? There is a lot of value in most of those answers.
I thought all was lost when I was no longer able to contribute anymore to a Q&A for startups.
Just in case you add this feature I've already found a few interesting questions that don't have answers yet :)
Feel free to add in anything else you'd like to see.
We kept things simple for the launch and now adding features as the community requests and votes on them on the Roadmap.
Here's a link to the main Roadmap section: http://www.brightjourney.com/roadmap