That might be a bit hyperbolic, but not entirely without merit. This isn't a post to complain, I know the editors (or is it editor now?) work here for free and deserve congratulations for the work they do accomplish, not complaints for what is not done.
But... Things aren't getting done around here. Three blatantly spammy posts in the forum have sat clogging up the forum for ten hours. Often this forum goes days between posts, and I asked a question of the editors in another thread a week ago that has gone unanswered. Furthermore, the 'editor's picks' are laughably old, half of them seem to link to invalid web addresses.
Not to mention it's been 14 days since any new blog fiction was listed (and I know for a fact there are valid projects in the queue).
I know the editors have little time for this, but perhaps they could, to put it frankly, shit or get off the pot. If you're going to be an editor, and if WebFictionGuide is to be a going concern, then make it so. Either do it, or find others who are willing to help pitch in. There seem to be lots of long-time users here in the forums with time to help out newbies. I certainly got a mountain of help when I had a few questions about starting my own blog-fic. Why not ask some of them if they'd pitch in?
Failing that, I think the only fair thing to do is shut it down. Leave it up, sure for the stuff that's already here, but if you're not going to maintain it, then be honest, post on the front page that this site is no longer maintained, and only legacy projects are in. Let it die a natural death.
I like this site. I think it could be great, but the current zombie state serves nobody.