I noticed a thread was locked because it was "old".
Can somebody explain that logic.
If people have enough interest to bump it, then it is still active. If people don't like the topic, it will soon disappear.
I'm just unclear how it "helps" the forum. Who thinks "great, that topic is locked, that's why I love this board".
Or are people more likely to say, "WTF, that was unnecessary Mod intervention".
A nice example of how Mods can screw the board by micromanagement.
When a Mod does something, he needs to ask himself, "Why is this necessary and how will this improve the board".