Hope people are getting on well with it - there's still time! :D
"I know you're sad, so I won't tell you to have a good day. Instead, I advise you to simply have a day.
Stay alive, feed yourself well, wear comfortable clothes, and don't give up on yourself just yet.
It'll get better. Until then, have a day."
I think 1234 might allow for more in-depth replies, rather than replying to five posts purely because they have fewer than five replies. I really like that the 1234 encourages replies across the boards, too.
IDK, i kinda preferred 5:5 because I tend to only hang around in one board, and also because it meant that people that were being missed got some more replies. However, I think back then the boards moved an awful lot faster and at the time RYL was rather 'clique-y' so it encouraged people to respond to people they hadn't spoken to before. (if that makes any kind of sense). Today I would struggle to find 5 threads with less than 5 replies that I felt I could respond to.
"Has anyone seen my contact lens? It may be stuckto a tree or a rock or something. Oh boy, I am so grounded" Family Guy
if everyone cared and nobody cried, if everyone loved and nobody lied, if everyone shared and swallowed their pride, we'd see the day that nobody died
Am I showing my age in that I remember it being 5:5 (replying to 5 threads that had less than 5 replies)
Doing my bit today for the 1234
I like that idea too. :) I'd never heard of it. I like the idea of replying to threads that don't have many replies. Every once in a while, at night I'll look for new threads in serious, since not many members are on at that time to see it or reply. (I'm in the US so maybe that's when all you UK members are sleeping? :P) I think I'll try to do that more often, as well as looking for threads that have been pushed down in various forums without many replies.
Giving up doesn't always mean you're weak.
Sometimes it just means you're strong enough to let go.
Wannabe CPN : -)
"He who is tired of Weird Al is tired of life." - Homer Simpson "I hear those voices that will not be drowned" Sanity is a nasty disease. The world would be a happier place without it. - Rilic
RIP Kat 4th July 1987- 11th June 2013
The 5, 5 one might disadvantage those who update their own threads as people may not even open them if it has a few replies but they might still need help. I try to look for few replies but also who the last poster was and if it was the thread starter to check in on that.