Good morning, Mineplex! Given the current state of the forums with regard to the number of posts, is it time to change the necro-posting rule again? I see there being two options. The first would be to extend the number of days for a thread to die from 30 to 60. I know this sounds like a drastic change, but since there's not as many active threads anymore, being able to keep older threads going might help spur more activity. I can't browse the forums much knowing that anything more than a month old I see is off-limits for discussion, outside of suggestion threads, even when I have something more thoughtful to add other than "I agree!". I think it's time for this to change. The second would to be more lenient on the rule. Essentially, allow users to necro-post unless the thread is excessively outdated and/or nothing is being added to the thread (i.e., posts simply saying they agree with OP, congratulating OP, OP thanking other users to excessively bump their thread, etc.). That way, 30 days is still the standard for what counts as an active thread, but there's still an opportunity to revive a discussion if it has merit. These rule changes should hopefully be possible, despite not having a forum developer at the moment. On a related note, maybe poll the community to see if we have anyone willing to be a volunteer web developer? I bet there's some people out there who might have some experience with Xenforo and may be willing to volunteer their time to help out. What are your thoughts on this?