If you use tweaks that change physics, or car settings then that is probably the cause of the OOS messages. You'd need a host that is tweaked as well, otherwise the host and client go out of sync due to different internal calculations.
ppl aren't supposed to visit the lfsmanual site with https. But there was indeed a configuration error, causing the site to still wanna load even though the url is something like https://lfsmanual.net/forum/
I can't really do much about the certificate error - i'd have to get a wildcard certificate and those are fairly expensive. Or I'd have to get separate certificates for every manual language, but that's still a nice sum. Then there's lfsworld, that has the same behaviour. And some other (sub)domains as well.
It's a problem I don't know how to easily solve. Not without throwing a bunch of money at it anyway.
Regarding updating the administrators - it probably does work, but there may be some other errors in the form. I saw this when I tried with my test league. I had to enter the description and founding date.
So have a look if you see any red error texts in the form after you submit the changes.
I will indeed put inactive leagues as inactive after a while. Still have to code that up, but the idea is to filter inactive leagues, yes.
I've wondered about sorting by next race date. But we had some other ideas for the listing as well. We just wanted to have some leagues filled in first. Then we can create a more informative listing. So it's a work in progress in that regard too.
It does all that already. All displayed times are always local and when you have to enter a time, you can enter local time and i'll convert it to utc internally.
So local times are displayed, but hover over any timestamp on this site and you'll see the utc time in a tooltip.
btw when i say local I mean your local time - not the time of the country the league's located.
Thanks for the great feedback! Some good ideas there which I will have a look at.
I've been thinking about the look of the league details page and was wondering if it should be made to look like a youtube account page for example. It can be given a big graphical header + icon (logo) and then have tabs under it for information, news and seasons. It could be given many of the usual social functions as well - likes, get notified upon season changes / additions (ie. subscribe), etc.
I've heard this before, but I do not understand it. All times, no matter if you are logged in or not, are always local. Why would you NOT want that?! It cannot be easier for people to see times in UTC and then having to convert them to their local time themselves. I do not see any benefit in that.