Hey, I just saw the new suggestion folder system, which I think is a kick-ass idea, and I'm glad to see it implemented. I went to the rejected section to see what lolzy ideas got the hammer already, and it was empty, but I did notice that Kylegar had said that it is a closed forum, which I took to mean, only mods and admins had privilege to post in there. I can understand the gut instinct to set it up as read-only, I probably would have done the same, but when I thought about it a bit, I wanted to suggest something else. I can clearly foresee threads hitting that folder when people haven't finished discussing them. Whether due to a butt-hurt mod, or a large pack of bickering trolls, there will inevitably be threads in that folder that aren't dead even though they have been decided, and the people that planned on posting to that thread are going to rage and just start a new thread outside of the rejected folder. --So I was thinking it would actually be better to let people reply to rejected threads. If it is already rejected then the people posting might just as well be talking to themselves, so it's not like it hurts anything, and it saves the hassle of deleting new threads created by people who feel they still have something to say. This really doesn't affect me either way, I just thought I'd offer the advice.