Over the course of the last few months it has become fairly obvious that the mod begging problem is not going to go away by itself. Seeing all the drama that this has caused, and how it has almost lead to the stagnation of the modding scene it is clear that it is time that the staff takes some action to solve this problem, instead of continuing to take the "hands free" approach of letting it just go on unchecked and letting it create the problems that it has caused so far, only removing a few posts or maybe locking a thread after it had to be requested. My proposal to solve this problem is fairly simple, add to the "posting guideline" box another bulletpoint that states that mod begging is unacceptable and will only result in backlash and drama, as well as that asking for a release date puts undeserved pressure on the mod devs and also creates drama. I understand that this might be covered in the "Does your post contribute to the thread" point, but considering how things have been going so far, i think it would be better if it was a separate point. We cant just keep going on the idea that people understand what a post that contributes to the thread is. Finally, i want to make it clear that i dont want to create drama from this thread, or send hate to the staff. I just think this is something we could improve on to reduce this problem that has become such a big issue in the last year or so.