Why is there two reddits on btc? What happend to the community?

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Dear people,

I've been away from the bitcoin community for quite some years. Currently, I'm pretty confused what's going on. Why are we at all having two different reddits on bitcoin?

Is one in favour of blocksize increase and the other one not? Or is it about a certain BIP that people are in favour of or not? Any help in orienting me in this splitting community would be very much appreciated: rough rules of thumb like who's on which side, maybe a link to possibly independent articles on the issue.

Why do we have BTC Core, BTC Unlimited, BTC Classic and companys like Blockstream? And where's Gavin gone to? His last post on bitcointalk or commit on github was like ages ago :/

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