I think one off the strongest improvements we the community could make, would be to stop posting in LFM when we are in fact LFG. I notice that when posting "your game" it does ask us to not post if we are a player seeking a game, but only if we are a game/GM seeking players. " Note: The LFG system should only be used by Game Masters to list
individual, specific games that will be played -- if you are just
looking for a group in general without a specific game in mind, try the
forums or update your public profile to list yourself in the Player
Directory." And that if you are a player seeking a group you go post in the forums for that, not in the Game Listings. And yet when we go looking for a game , we have to manually filter through a huge swath of not actually game posts of people looking for a GM.I would suggest we'd all have an easier time finding a game, if it were not for us ignoring the requested organizational scheme and posting not games to the games list. Maybe of we met them half way on this it would seem more like a good idea to put in more effort on this system, if we were actually trying to efficiently utilize it in the first place instead. Just say'n, when we disrespect their very reasonable, in our own best interest ask, what part of that seems to lead to their listening to our ask? Do unto others, i'd suggest we demonstrate, we do not want our ask to be listened to, by the example of not listening to their ask. Oh but they also should change LFG to LFM. If you got a game, you are looking for members in it. Looking for a group is not explicitly saying you got a game going, it just means you wanna get in a group. And LFG can also mean looking for game to some people, so bit ambiguous even with their very clear in bold ask. LFM would be a more specific and so unambigious title for this.