Anyway just for kicks I put in the data for this site.
Turned out some interesting facts:
Apparently people who visit this site also spend a lot of time on other websites such as Boeing, Aviation Safety network, But the site most frequented is one for a housing community down in Florida!
Anyway, I noticed that Johan only has four stars for the site. These are based on rankings and reviews that are done by users who submit them, just like the Amazon.com product reviews (both sites are from the same people). Anyway it looks like an effort has been staged in the past month to intentionally lower the rating of this site. That just ain't right. A lot of people who have posted these negatives did and do have legitimate gripes with management, but I don't think that justifies tanking the score you give the site.
So I figure that we need to do something, and judging from the success I had in the past 18 hours with this topic I posted http://www.airliners.net/discussions/non_aviation/read.main/397233/ So what I propose is that we counter attack. Put up our own mostly positive reviews. I don't think we should go and put five out of five stars in just to do it, like they have put 1 out of 5 to bring the site down, but the more realistic numbers we can put up the less effect that campaign will have.
So go on, do a review, put up a score, and lets see if we can nip this anti-airliners.net campaign in the bud.
Note:To mods, I know some of you may be tempted to move this over the site related forum, but in order to make this work people need to be able to see this topic, and I doubt the site related forum gets near the traffic that this one does.
Besides this is about rigging a pole on a different site right