I've been talking to some other EMC members recently, and I've come up with the idea of a 'slight' 'reform' of EMC (with help, of course ). This would require a lot of work, and I know I'm going to get shot down by staff and some community members alike, but I thought I'd give this a shot.My first suggestion: Updating the EMC logo. Y'know that big picture that says 'EMPIRE MINECRAFT' at the top left corner of the site? Yeah, I've gotten bored of it and it doesn't look as nice as it did four years ago. I say we ditch it in search of something better looking. This could be provided for by a professional graphic artist (of which there are plenty, all with varying levels of skill and styles) or through a community contest - whichever entry is voted the best by the community gets to be the new EMC logo until we 'need' a new one. I put this one first because its the easiest out of all my suggestions.My second suggestion: Updating the site. This site is running on an outdated version of Xenforo, which I recall Aikar promising to fix a long, long time ago. Sure, it'd be hard, but if EMC assembles a decent lineup of developers (and there are plenty of those on EMC) to help update the code in the in-game plugins, there's no excuse for that process to not be completed in a few months. I'd also like to suggest updating the theme to a better-looking one (Flexile is really stale, in my opinion) to look more like a 'modern' server. There are plenty of web developers who could be paid to make a prettier Flexile-style theme or something like that.My third suggestion: To put it bluntly, making useful things and small projects, instead of things like Dragon Tombs, among other things on the development roadmap, which have been proven to not be feasible for EMC's development team (Dragon Tombs has spent three years in development hell, with promise after promise failing to be delivered). When Justin managed EMC's development, he made small features that were pretty cool and changed things in a nice way. Dragon Tombs is a big project, and to be honest, the whole idea bores me - and I know its the same for many people, whether they admit it or not.