I have no problems with the current rules. But the way the rules have been presented is somewhat messy - the scolding finger smiley in the rule number 6, the overall tone of the rule number 5, the confusing way the rule 8 was worded. And "deadline" in 10 is one word, but the two of you absolutely know it. What I would love to see is a way for more people to interact and more people to participate. This year, way too many people quit and what we ended up with are four first person stories and one spoken stream of consciousness - which is good, but isn't that many and there is no much variety. And there were so many interesting things that dropped or were excused - those resembling old-fashioned journals, a joint dystopian horror memoir, a really odd and good take on seeing TV personalities as characters as opposed to people...so, whatever can be done to motivate folk who write to finish, I'd love it. On the other hand, I feel that the whole concept of a diary should not head too far away from what it is. As in, I could do a series of investigation transcripts between an interrogator and a witness, but that has nothing to do with diaries. So, how about defining a diary as a "first person thing that chronicles events and reflections" or something? I'm not good with definitions.