Yo! I'm resubmitting my pitch at shaking up the admin scene. I'll get this part out of the way quickly: I'm not targeting a moderator(s). This is not about pettiness, it's about Game Revolution's success and longevity, and I know we can all get on board with that, plus there's nothing in this pitch that says you can't renominate yourself for the same position you currently hold. I posted this idea sometime last year. It needed some polishing then, and it probably still does now and that's fine, but the infrastructure to the most important parts are already in place. I'll also make this point clear early on: This isn't some play at currying favor. â€¢ Move Daniel to the GM position because he's on payroll, wiping the slate clean of everyone else currently holding a position as moderator. â€¢ Open registration for moderators to the community; more traffic when newbies find out they get equal billing. â€¢ The most active threads are ones where everyone gets a say, like our contests and Rumbles and Survivors, so using that trend, forum users may vote on who they'd like to see as moderators every 4 months, anyone's eligible for the 4 month position. Like things the way they are? Don't vote. Want to nominate yourself for a moderator position? Do it. Pros and Cons for both decisions, and that's the point. Your involvement dictates the amount of change around you. â€¢ Because forum users are voting on the mods there's an instant incentive for the newer members who'll join; this idea pretty much polices itself. It's a gimmick with obvious benefits. I'm talking new members, new traffic, new revenue, new resources, new talent, new ideas. GR had a store at one time. â€¢ The forum users would also vote on 1 moderator who'll have a 6 month stint at the position. Only those with the "Old Skool" medal in their bio would be eligible for the 6 month moderator seat. Again, this is based off the medal system that's already in place, so there's no new coding on GR's part. Click on my name on the left side, find out if you'd be eligible. It's incentive to stick around, becoming an active member of the community. Expect more from us. This is how.