You can read and answer it if you want, but I only posted to give some feedback on what I think is best for the community. I don't care if david is 'rewarded' with a site buyout as long as he's out of the picture, whether crossx is revitilized, or policydb8 surpasses it. If i wasn't clear before, no one thinks crossx is a disservice but authors; the average poster thiknks its just a drab service.
word of mouth assumes existing connections. when i was competing in local circuit in the south, I found crossx by myself by searching google (or was it alta vista?). no one else on my team used it.
uniqueness doesn't determine the link. cross-x's dull brand doesn't prevent it from resurging. It sounds like you have some pretty fantastic website ideas; I'll be sure to visit. As Ssnarf said, my only disagreement is what the website's name is. Is there any issue with perm: acquire the domain, migrate the threads and accounts, and redirect urls to their transplantation on policydb8 besides vintage users not knowing they can login to policydb8 with a crossx account?