According to the rules of the section: I have been assured that Liking a topic does not bring it to the attention of possible modders, which makes me wonder how a thread that has fallen to, say, page 3 or 4 (Two weeks, roughly. The oldest reply on Page 4 is on the 11th of May at the time of writing) will ever get any attention, since I'm assuming most modders are busy people doing this in their spare time and will only really look at pages 1 and 2. In fact, I'm pretty sure most normal people going to look in that forum aren't going to go too far back either, which makes it harder for old topics to get Likes in the first place. While I understand the no bumping rule, I would like to request an automated purging system (perhaps this one?) that removes threads that are older than say, two or three weeks, or maybe one month. This will allow people to repost requests for particular games that still have a demand for mods even after that time period, and allow a more recent look at the amount of Likes a particular topic has. Pros - If a game is popular enough to have people requesting it even after a month or two has passed since its last thread, it's probably good enough to bring it back into the spotlight. - All information is up to date, including game version, cheats requested and popularity (Likes). - Removes clutter from the forum, possibly lightens the database as well. Cons - Adds an extra cronjob to the forum. - Allows relatively niche games to be reposted again and again by persistent users. I hope this gets at least some consideration from the staff. Thank you. ----- My main reason for posting this is due to this post. It's one month old (at least it will be in three days), and it was probably on page 6 or so at the time I found it via Google and posted. While I am at fault for not noticing the no bumping rule (I only glanced over the rules thread at the time and made sure to use the template), I don't know how someone would bring the game back to the attention of freelance modders without actually bumping it. So this is my... five cents? It looks a little more than two cents. Ah well.