1000RatedDiscGolf wrote:Thanks for the kind words, Chris. Woj is correct. Sorry I couldn't keep up with the site, everyone. It was a labor of love, and it may be revived one day. As it stands now, the site has been hacked into and I'm working on fixing it so the interviews are available again. I still think it is one of the best disc golf domain names out there, and I often get e-mails telling me to bring it back. It's great to hear you all liked it so much.
If you're going to continue to pay for the site to remain up, you could always go the route of getting some other people to volunteer to help with content. Ask for some writing samples, and if people that are clearly quality writers (and I say clearly because you wouldn't want to clutter the site with poor writing) want to volunteer content and articles - give them posting access and keep some loose control on them to insure that no one takes advantage of the opportunity to do anything mischievous. Place much of the more research-intensive stuff (who shot 1000 rated rounds this week, the "list" of 1000 rated players and top ams) into hibernation. You could act as a hands-off editor, more of a moderator role - and people would get content.
I can imagine a few of the people here would love to help with technique articles, grip articles, various how-to's. I'd be willing to provide occasional content, for one (although I doubt it'd be more than a monthly post in my case) and I'm sure others would be willing to help out as well. If the writing level of the content slips below your standards - end the project. It would simply put the site back to where it is now - stagnant but with some neat content sitting there for people to find and peruse. If the writing level can remain high and the content original, disc golfers get a new source of great writing about the sport.