To open up a can of worms... I'm looking at the forums at the moment and I'm inclined to agree with new visitors who say that they find them bewildering. Information is scattered in different forums which generates a lot of 'help' issues. Could I suggest the following reorganisation: Community containing News, Announcements, General Discussion ToEE containing General discussion, Help desk, bug reports, Installation guide(locked forum) ToEE modding containing general modding, toolset documentation, maps/textures, models/animations, downloads, testing KotB containing the private and public forums Troika's Other Games containing Vampire, Arcanum and Unannounced Title Negative plane containing Negative plane ------------------ The 'Community' forums can be kept as they are. But perhaps announcements of mod releases should be linked to the installation forum instead of the files themselves. ToEE general discussion can be tidied up by removing most of the stickied posts to downloads, or to either help or bugreporting. ToEE help desk should be just for that. Got a problem then post there. If it's an unknown bug which relates specifically to a particular mod, a moderator can shift it over to bug reporting. ToEE bug reporting should have a thread for each mod to report bugs. It also should be open to more general bug reporting. A collation of known bugs and whether they are being fixed/ can be fixed might also be helpful. Installation guide (locked forum) should be kept as up to date as possible. Each step should be in its own post with pictures for the hard of understanding. Individual mods can have their own thread with full and detailed installation notes. ToEE modding can be tidied up a little bit more. For ease of use, perhaps a specific testing sub-forum would help out so that people can test while they play. Something like cumulative fixes could go there while in compilation, while the fully compiled version would be cited by the installation guide. Negative plane is where to put the junk or downright silly posts. Or even just posts which have no relevance after a certain time period. That way they can still be found for posterity. ------------------ Any thoughts?