If no one here can agree about any of these topics, who's going to write definitive FAQ answers? We'll be arguing about that
first thing. Easier, I think, just to refer people to the Search function.
Ye can't have 11 items on a "Top Ten" list. That's the whole point: you have to prioritize to arrive at the ten most important things. The whole list can be as long as your arm. If there are fifteen things on the list, the Top Ten list doesn't become a "Top Fifteen" list. What you can
argue about is which should be numbered in the top ten.
Good Lord, I sound like Piggy in The Lord of the Flies… where's my conch?
Maxingut said in post #66: My question is what happens to a forum when every question has been asked and answered a hundred times?
Does the character of a forum change when it is mature?
You either lose interest and move on to do something else with your time, or start asking existential questions about the nature of the forum.
Seriously, these things are more like organisms, with their own growth/maturity cycles, than they are organizations. Learn to enjoy each season of your life, instead of wistfully looking back on the season before. Being in the now is important.
Good original post, Target9000