Hey, I don’t know who you’re calling lazy.
You think you know your shit? Write an article. We welcome new content. It’s not the easiest thing in the world to find competitive players who want to take the time to write a whole article for nothing. Usually, it boils down to our pet projects and tournament reports and our opinions about new cards. While things aren’t as good as they can be, we are always working on improving and we are open to community feedback and new content. I don’t feel like I’ve been lazy; I feel like we’ve been understaffed.
I realize the article stream has been slow recently, and I personally apologize for not taking the time to write more often. I have been pretty busy with the big tournament I am about to put on.
Decklists have been a problem, but we are addressing it. Soon, there will be a way to submit decklists directly to the site via web form that will enable us to post to the front page with a single click of the mouse. Once that comes online, decklists should flow on the front page like cheap wine.
I stopped writing card reviews because it almost always degenerates into bullshit. Since the days of Alexfrog, card reviews have faced a choice between pissing off people who want to win and pissing off people who want to have fun. Furthermore, card evaluation in netrunner is one of the hardest things in the game when you haven’t even had the chance to play with the cards yet. @kiv had a pretty successful one late last year; it was received well by a huge percentage of the population, and it followed the format of going into cards that he thought would make an impact along with providing some decklists. I think that’s the best way to go with these articles going forward, and I am going to continue telling players who express interest in writing set reviews that this is a good way to go with it.