In general there are a lot of dead links i.e. to panoramio.com or Picasa that do not exist anymore.
An automated cleanup would be good.
Links to GPS Tracks on Sotamaps feel a bit redundant now as they are nicely organized at least on sotl.as.
Also a review/comment/update feature for articles would be good.
Only the creators of articles can change them. A more “wiki” style option would be good for community updates related to the summit or even association level.
So I would suggest different type of articles:
personalized (like activation report)
time-limited announcements (like path closures). One can define an enddate were the article is disappearing/hidden
community wiki-like information collection were everyone can edit (wiki like version history needed)
Example was discussed recently here on the reflector:
All of those are of course kind requests. Looking forward to future improvements.
Irrespective of who the right person to contact is (contacts go to all the MT via the MT reflector), the MT has a long established contact channel which can be used to ask for changes and improvements to our SOTA facilities. Using that channel automatically brings such requests to the attention of the MT. Using the reflector for requests is a bit more uncertain, the right member of the MT may or may not eventually see the topic, there are no guarantees! My advice, then, is to use the contact channel and make your request, then the appropriate people will discuss amongst themselves whether the request is practicable and if so put it on the “to do” list.
OK, “summit lists” shown in the MT list is not the summit listing feature, rather interaction with the physical list of approved summits I guess. In any case, contact via the “Contact SOTA” function, as Brian says, is the place to start, Martin.