Don't want to be the smartest a$$ here, but since I work in engineering and deal with system development and project management, "maintenance" designation is not a temporary thing. It is essentially a death row for the project. It means that all development is officially stopped, and the only reason the project/system is still alive because there are paying customers who are still using it. New users are typically either not welcomed or accepted and only glaring issues and problems are fixed (which is exactly what happened when Scott briefly came on board and fixed some of the problems Sweert Nana compiled in one thread). So when I heard Jasenka admitting that Pixoto is in maintenance mode, to me it meant the official end of Pixoto. I suggest everyone to start looking somewhere else for Pixoto-like competition sites.