USGenWeb sites that are moving or have already moved include:
Colorado has moved with a new URL of www.cogenweb.com.
DCGenWeb has moved to www.theusgenweb.org/dcgenweb/
Georgia has moved its state pages to www.thegaproject.org
Hawaii GenWeb has moved to a new server and can be found at www.higenweb.org
Illinois has moved most of its 103 ILGenWeb county sites, plus four special projects and the state pages off of RootsWeb. The new Illinois GenWeb sites can be found at http://www.ilgenweb.net.
Indiana has moved its pages to a new domain at www.ingenweb.org
Iowa already had its own server (www.iagenweb.org), but as many as 2/3 of the counties are now planning to join the state pages on that same server.
Kentucky State Pages are also moving. They already had their own domain, so the URL (www.kygenweb.net) won't change, but the pages will now be hosted on a new server.
Maryland already had its own doman name at www.mdgenweb.org, but has now moved off of the RootsWeb server as well.
Massachusetts has also moved to mysite.verizon.net/magenweb/
MIGenWeb has moved the Michigan state pages to www.migenweb.net.
Mississippi has moved its state pages to www.msgenweb.org, with MSGenWeb county and special projects pages to follow.
Montana is in the process of moving according to state coordinator, Kevin Haddenham, and can be found at www.mtgenweb.org.
Many North Carolina counties have left RootsWeb for another server and the state pages will likely soon follow.
OHGenWeb has moved the Ohio state pages with a new URL of www.ohgen.net/ohgenweb/
Oklahoma is voting on a move.
ORGenWeb is in the process of moving Oregon state pages to www.orgenweb.org.
The TXGenWeb has moved off of RootsWeb servers to www.txgenweb.org.
The State pages for VAGenWeb have moved to www.vagenweb.org
West Virginia has moved the state WVGenWeb pages to www.wvgenweb.org
WAGenWeb will moving to a new server with a domain name of wagenweb.org
The National USGenWeb pages may also move to a new server, but this is still under discussion. They already have their own domain, however, so changes if they occur will be pretty much "behind the scenes."
The Family Group Sheets Project is moving -- primarily for new features that will allow them to improve their submission form -- and can be found at www.fgs-project.com. The USGenWeb Census project (one of them) has also moved - to www.usgwcensus.org.
Arizona, Tennessee, Kansas and Florida GenWeb had previously moved to their own servers prior to this month. California GenWeb has never been hosted on the RootsWeb server. Many other state GenWeb sites were also already hosted on non-RootsWeb servers, including Alaska, Iowa, Louisiana, South Carolina and Vermont.
It's not just USGenWeb, either. Many WorldGenWeb sites are moving off of the RootsWeb domain as well. On the other hand, there are also many country, state and county coordinators who are happy with the free hosting they get from RootsWeb and who are planning to stay put. Many, however, are concerned that the movement of so many sites to scattered servers will be detrimental to the wonderful USGenWeb Project.
The National USGenWeb site is doing a wonderful job at keeping up with the URL changes, as are many of the state pages - so start there first if you can't find a site you're looking for. A lot of updating is going on!