Have a troubleshooting center and then have a team of guys to help users figure out problems related to connection issues with Sudomemo and also stuff like New Flipnote Hatena upload. Users can come and ask questions and there'll be like technical Flipnote experts on standby. Users could ask about where to buy Gateway cards for the Flipnote Studio 3D ROM and where to get the files and such. AKA use it like a question and answer forum. Answer stuff like "my l and r buttons aren't working" or "how do you guys make the shake effect in Flipnote Studio?"
Flipnotes are done and over with. It would be a better idea just to move on. Most likely nobody is going to be joining this forum. It's dead like Flipnote Hatena. So might as well leave it as it is.
Wow, I'm late to the party aren't I.
Well, look, the reason no-one's joining and the forum's dying is likely because it's been forgotten. Heck, I had the original Flipnote talking about this forum saved on my first SD card, and I completely forgot about it until I found the card again.
My point is, if you want to do a bit of necromancy and bring this forum back to life, go advertise it! DeviantART, Tumblr, Facebook... Anything you could find art on, really.
Nobody ever comes here and the admin doesn't really care about anything either.
Maybe do some new things? Invest time in this site, make it more active, have events, etc. Gaming events? Giveaways? Game let's plays? Maybe a shop center where users can buy things to help fund the site?
That's a bit of a shame, maybe this forum site might get some commotion again when FS3D has online. How many countless other Hatena clones are there?
The main ones are Sudomemo, New Flipnote Hatena, Flipnote Forum, Flipnote Studio 3D's Reddit, the Flipnote-Hatena Group on DeviantART, the PBSDS server, and the Flipnote Artist Wiki. So roughly 7. There's a bunch of clones of stuff too though including Tyler's server, Flipnote Reboot (don't ask), numerous Flipnote inspired Facebook Pages, and more stuff that really isn't important or popular but exists somewhere on the internet anyway.