Over the past week and change, MS has been engaged in an internal discussion regarding the proper approach to some of our lower traffic forums that had, over the course of staff attrition, fallen out of "proper" moderation status. Some we kept, one we merged into another forum, but a particular sticking point has been Lucasfilm Ltd. In-Depth Discussion, one of several movie boards. The board has not been "very active" in the traditional sense for several years now, and obviously the notion of what it means to be a Lucasfilm Ltd. property is still evolving in uncertain ways now that Disney owns the production company. Consequently, when it came time to evaluate the forum, three options quickly became apparent: Do Nothing - We keep the board as-is and appoint a staff member to cover the now quite long vacancy. Expand - We keep the board but change the focus to encompass more topics; e.g. a dedicated Disney forum, an LFL+some other topic forum, etc. Merge - We cease to distinguish between non-SW LFL properties and Amph-appropriate topics in Community, and direct all discussion of the former to the latter board. Obviously each of these solutions has its ups and downs, so we decided we'd love to get some input from you, the users. What are your ideas for how to handle this forum? Which, if any, of the three options we came up with do you like? Is there a fourth possibility we've overlooked? We'll be taking any suggestions into consideration before we eventually go to a proper vote.