We Have Much to Discuss.
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So this Email, this first tangible connection most of us have had to the higher ups and Piq and nobody seems to be talking about it? Well in case you guys weren't aware, at 1:41 EST today i and im assuming every Piq user they have on file received an email titled "piq - the world's best pixel-art platform? or shutdown?" the Email contains a brief synapses on the current state if Piq aswell as a short questionnaire asking the patrons for feedback on the titular theme of revitalizing Piq or letting it die once and for all. Now my position on this is obvious, this site although i have left her to wither in the past months, is still more of a home to me than most places i have ever lived, the Community and fellowship i formed with this backwater art site has defined me in a crucial stage of my life and has always been there when i needed it. If there is any chance we can restore that former glory to the website it can only be achieved through vocal and loud opposition to the latter of our two choices, we need not only to scrounge together a meager reply about how we like Piq and how we hope it sticks around, we need to promise to do whatever we can to keep this disgusting mess of a website's heart pumping and mabey even breathe some life back into her. We need to be willing to help promote or donate or recruit or reach out to the old fallen heroes of Piq and make sure we dont let this bastion of beauty and community die out.
Ive responded with a lengthy multi paragraph floor plan on how we could restructure Piq and utilize its loyal community to monitor and watch over the site and have even said i would be willing to invest some of the meager wealth ive managed to muster during my adventures in property, but one willful man alone cannot save this site, this needs to be a group effort and a group discussion and we all have to be ready to take up arms.