So why not completely stop taking requests for new mods? Just make it a blanket response of no to everything that's not already on the list. There's no practical way one person can deal with what's already there and have a real life as well. It may disappoint some folks but they can always learn to update the mod they want themselves.
In fact, if it was me, I would go a step further and cut out of the list all the mods I wasn't interested in doing, didn't have many requests for or were just to much work. Put them in a section for 'maybe in the future if you ever get caught up'.
These are just my thoughts.
I've read the problems people have had over the last couple of days and every time I have been able to access the site straight away, including just before I posted this. Could it be related to a particular browser? I'm on Firefox.
Chrome/Rockmelt: Error 138 (net::ERR_NETWORK_ACCESS_DENIED): Unable to access the network.
IE: Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage.
Here's what Network Diagnostics said: "Windows tried a repair but a problem still exists. Cannot connect to www.grim3212.byethost.com(188.8.131.52). Network diagnostics pinged the remote host, but did not receive a response."
WTF? Firefox went to a search for byethost7 when I tried to access the site.
Edited by darthvader45, 12 March 2013 - 12:44 AM.