I hope this is all tongue in cheek humor.
Foo: given your laments for the future in this thread, I have an honest question: what do you actually want from Styleforum and its members that you're not already getting?
I ask because the (perhaps erroneous?) impression I get is that you want it to be a discussion forum for learning to dress within the parameters you've chosen for yourself ("recognized to be well-dressed in an MC context", to quote post #5).
Well, isn't it already that? You - and everyone else - have the opportunity to have as much of that discussion as you choose, in the same way that others have the ability to discuss whatever aspect they want to about tailored clothes. The recent upsurge in discussion activity you enjoy is specifically due to the mutual decision of you & others to post more. That's ample evidence of your shared ability to have as much of that discussion as your hearts desire. It could be one thread, or a millon threads. It will continue for just as long as you all - and any who learn to also follow that path - choose to continue it. This is even more true given your ability to moderate posts at variance with whatever thread topic you want start (I think you've got the ability to do that, right?). What is present in other threads has no impact on that. So what more do you want?
The only option I can think of is that you want to convince others that this is indeed the optimal way to dress in tailored clothes. I don't mean to put words in your mouth: have I got that right, or am I missing something else?
If that is the missing element, I think you'll never be satisfied. How can someone possibly convince everyone else of their opinion in an open forum, or indeed, the wider world? It's just not doable. But much more importantly, I don't see why it matters whether others are convinced or not. Why does the general level of dress - or rather, the opinion about what it is to be well-dressed - matter at all? Isn't it enough to enjoy dressing and feel you're dressing to your best? Whether others listen doesn't influence your own satisfaction at putting together an outfit you're proud of.
Having said all of that, if convincing/educating/instructing the wider world IS important to you, then I really don't understand why you go about it the way you have in this thread. You must surely understand that persuading others only rarely happens through logic or force of argument, but through charm, persuasion and psychological manipulation. You acknowledge this yourself in post #7 by correctly predicting what would happen through coercion. What you really should implement is an advertising and marketing approach, not a didactic instructive one. Put idiomatically, you catch more flies with honey than vinegar. In a way, that's part of why the recent upsurge in threads has potential to influence minds; it's not WHAT you say in those threads that matters. It's the mere fact those threads exist at all, taking up mindshare of the forum and encouraging through example rather than either through coercion or logic.
Clothing is a form of culture, not mathematics. Disseminating your chosen culture as widely as possible is best achieved if thought about in that memetic way.