Hello, My name is Kevin/Arxkanite and Iâ€™ve been put in charge of expanding EJ and keeping the site working. EJ Traffic is drastically down and the community is beginning to wane. Our goal is to grow the community back up as we firmly believe in what EJ stands for and itâ€™s massive benefits to not just the wow community, but the gaming community as a whole.
Thatâ€™s why Iâ€™m going to reach out to you guys today to make sure you have as much feedback as possible in this process. We want to be able to expand on your ideas and thoughts to grow the community you love.
- What are the most important things we should avoid doing that would ruin the EJ experience for you?
- Why is EJ Important for you? What makes you want to participate in this community?
Those two questions are the most important in preventing us from making any changes you might not like. To be fair though, we arenâ€™t planning sweeping changes. Mostly we are looking to increase the content available.
Please let us know your thoughts and ideas so we can keep maintaining EJ.
Iâ€™ll allow MysticalOS to introduce himself.
Most know me as the DBM guy, or the mac tech support MVP on blizzard forums, or the raiding prot warrior on US-Whisperwind, and blizz designers like to think of me as a pain in the ass. I spend most of my time diagnosing problems. Be it in wow, or in computer trouble shooting, or just in general technology. I like figuring out what makes things work.
I was approached and told to take on additional duty for EJ. I was as surprised as anyone being that I'm not even entirely sure of the whole structure of how things are done. Apparently someone thinks I'm up to task. Their hope is that I can engage the community, and find ways to bring new or old users back to EJ forums. My hope is to do this while respecting current structure and not changing anything of how EJ operates. I have no desire to step on any toes or change how things work. I don't want to ruin EJ or "take over" anything.