wilderness - 10:37 pm on May 12, 2012 (gmt 0)
Uniformity would make the past years results more SE findable.
On the other hand, there are thousands of the threads prior to 2004 in which this forum was much more active. (I'll send your a an old search method).
But. . .what of the newcomers, whom don't even bother to read the forum charter?
The simple example of "example.com" in the Apache Forum provides the flagrant disregard of newcomers to abide by long-timers methods.
Even a censored thread a few month ago (which is no issue), when a newcomer failed to grasp the long standing:
"Each webmaster must determine what is beneficial or detrimental to their own website (s)."
So are you going to edit the subject lines in thousands of threads and every subsequent thread hereafter? (Rhetorical)
You'll burn yourself out in no time.
Personally, I'd rather have a refreshed incrediBILL as opposed to an incrediBILL spread too thin.