The site as well as the ifroggy network in general? I admit I haven't read the book Mr O Keefe published and I do like reading and commenting on the articles on Managing Communities.com, but I've always been suspicious about how well tested much of the advice is. That's not trying to be harsh, just accurate based on the stats of the forums in the network. Community Admins is kind of completely dead for a forum supposedly run for six years by an expert in community management, and many of the others haven't had posts in days or have significant amounts of time with absolutely no one online. When a forum which is nearly ten years old averages only about 20 posts a day, is that really a well run forum? And that's my problem with the whole thing. Is Patrick O Keefe truly qualified to be handing out advice on community management if he seemingly can't put any of it to work on keeping his own communities active? It's like all the business related books written by people with no experience in business, if I wanted to know how to become successful I'm going to read one by someone with a track record like maybe the former Steve Jobs or Bill Gates or one of the investors on Dragon's Den. That's why I personally don't ever plan to write about forum management professionally or boast about until at I am at least able to prove my qualifications via a successful big board forum with a high amount of daily active and maybe enough fame for a Wikipedia page or something. If I ever did decide to buy a book about forum management, I'd honestly be more interested in one by someone like Shawn Hogan of Digitalpoint or the people who run Off Topic.com or Gaia Online or IGN. People with a record of running a forum with a huge amount of original content, millions of posts and members, some kind of actual fame and some proven experience in the field. Because I'm sorry, I don't count a forum with less than 82 posts a day, or one with no posts in the last month and a half as a success story. Am I the only one who thinks this? Am I being too harsh on the network and its owner by expecting big board level activity? At what point is a forum a qualified success and its owner a 'guru'?