Hi all, Since its inception Ducati Forum has grown to be one of the worlds biggest and best resource for all things Ducati. We have over 1 million posts, almost 14,000 registered members and 50,000+ threads. I love the varied range of content. Whilst I personally don't post that regularly, I do read lots of the great content that is posted on here. The great content is posted by you, the members. This forum is nothing without the members, and it is you that bring this place to life. Without life, this place has no soul. So a personal thank you to everyone who has made this place what it has become today. With this amount of content, some moderation is required. Our rules are quite relaxed. Above all we expect this place to be a welcoming resource for anyone who visits. The style of moderation has always been quite relaxed. Terry has been an outstanding moderator for years here. Another personal thank you to Terry (@El Toro ). He's dedicated countless hours trying to keep the place a great place to be. Moderating is tough. It can be thankless. Theres a lot that you won't ever see, because Terry has already taken care of it. Thank you Terry. It is tough to make sure that we allow enough freedom to take place here and at the same time remove any content that doesn't adhere to the rules. The biggest two things for me personally are these rules: 'Be Nice and Polite', 'Do Not Flame or Provoke' and Do Not Behave in a Malicious Manner'. Like most things in life, we can get better with feedback and recommendations. Constructive feedback that helps us develop the moderation that takes place here. I'd invite you to share your feedback here. Please consider the way that the feedback is positioned here; I want to make sure that it is not personal, but a genuine recommendation about how we can improve or what you'd like to see done differently (if anything). Whilst I can't guarantee that everything will be acted on or implemented, everything will be considered. Also, if there's anything that you do like about how things are done please feel free to add this too. Thanks, Rob.