I know it is hard to find someone amongst the Community Managers that knows the game enough to fix the website, the last community coordinator responsible for the website content, James Nichols, stated three months ago (before he left UO 28 days later): For my late feedback, I strongly think that these pages should be immediately improved: Pages under Ultima Online - Community Community - Live Events - Events from 2009 (which curiously shows as 1970) Community - Game Fiction - Britannia News Network - Most recent article is from 2008, Hot Stories in individual shard pages are from 2001 Pages under Ultima Online - Playguide Pages under Accounts, Upgrades, and Downloads Download and Install UO - Trial link is broken, client versions that can be downloaded from this page are from 2009. Ordering from the EA Store - It says the links will be available once Stygian Abyss is in the store, page from 2009 apparently. This message is on most of the Playguide pages for quite some time: We have just recently completed a major overhaul to the Herald's back end content management system. Due to this we're busily working to re-populate all of the content within the play guides, until that time we apologize for this brief interruption and check back soon - thank you! Pages under Update Center Ask the Devs - Introduction mentions Five on Friday archives. The link itself is broken. You can copy all FoFs from here. Latest Updates - Just redirects to the homepage. The pages other than the Playguide content can be fixed quite easily. Playguide has a lot of vital information, it just needs minor updates. I believe it shouldn't take much time of Kai Schuber or Rowland Cox to fix most of these stuff and if they don't know enough about the game yet, we can help them for the playguide content. After seeing what volunteers like Petra does content-wise in a daily basis, I dont understand why our beloved game's website is in its current form.