It is a growing problem here in XF's own Resources area with outdated add-ons remaining in the system, where the developers may have abandoned them. As I operate a big board forum (and several others of varying sizes), there are some add-ons we grow to depend on, only to have them suddenly rendered inoperable due to an XF upgrade that makes them stop working or throw a lot of errors. In a professional forum, especially ones that some of us monetize or count on for traffic or exposure, it can create a lot more problems beyond error messages. If anything, the RM should have a couple of built-in features, such as: 1. A warning flag mentioning that the add-on is not current--in other words, does not work with the newest version of XF; 2. A warning flag if the resource is over a certain age (admin selectable, such as six months, one year, etc.); 3. A way for users to report outdated resources as "dead" or "unsupported" where hopefully the site admin can flag these resources as such, or move them to a "graveyard" so forum members realize the resource is inactive; 4. A rating system similar to WordPress where downloaders can report whether the add-on "works" or not; it would be separate from the overall star ratings. My frustrations with WordPress and its many thousands of abandoned and/or outdated plugins and themes is starting to manifest itself here as the number of add-ons grows. And I would think that any site offering their own "resources" will likely see the same. Some sort of flagging system would really help keep things current.