John Q. Public wrote:None of them were kicked out. They chose not to contribute. Unfortunate for our other members and the high school sports community at large, but it was their choice.
Huh!, kicked out? For - they haven't posted for a while so you deactivated them? So, how much time do
you get from a previous post before you deactivate them? There is never more than 30-50 people on
average on this blog, the highest posters ever on this board was 385?; probably during some exceptional
event and never reached again, for god sake man, you are going to end up with no one on your board,
except your group of the nine to ten guys that post almost everyday on the national topic.
All the FB guys can go over to the socalpreps board if you keep deactivating them and basically make that
the trinity league topic board with the trinity league guys. I would be hesitant in deactivating posters
just because they don't post for an extended time. Again, you will end up with MAYBE 50 or so regular
followers at this rate. BUT, hey; it's your board so go for what you want, btw; you have way too many
topics on your board, just a suggestion,I would condense the number into other topics, would be lot
easier to manage, again just a suggestion.