I've received complaints that my last comment was too short, so I'll expand on it a little.
I don't think "nothing new to say" is a good reason to leave a dead website. If it's a website on a topic where there's nothing new for several years, it probably needs to be shut down. If, on the other hand, it's a general RISC OS news/views website, why should it be less up to date than Drobe or IconBar?
Likewise, I don't think being "disillusioned" is a good reason for leaving a dead website. Are you leaving it there out of spite, or would it be better to just politely close it and move on to whatever grass you find greener?
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