We should probably find some way to manage threads with zero replies. I saw this one thread where a new forum user asked a question on September, but no one answered until November. http://www.linux.org/threads/where-to-place-secondary-php-ini-on-centos-webserver.4539/ This user is not seen again on this forum. I have seen several other threads like the above. We may be able to gain and retain more users if we find some way to manage posts better. We should probably try to browse the forum occasionally to find such threads. Once one is found, if a user cannot answer the question, then that user may want to try tagging a user they feel may know the answer. Or, the user could click the Google+, Facebook, or Twitter share button to try to get the attention of Linux gurus outside of our forum. Any suggestions? By the way, to tag a user, type "@" and then the user name. For example, to tag me type this: @DevynCJohnson As you type, usernames are suggested. Then, when I log in, I will see an alert that I was tagged in a post. Only tag users when you really need them. I am saying that it is fine to ask questions for help, but do not tag a user as a prank or for some non-legitimate reason. Everyone (as far as I am aware) does not mind helping and answering questions.