The creator of the GOGmix (which isn't even the OP of this thread) is not forbidden from making more GOGmixes and was told to go ahead and make a new one with the same content but with a different title.
The original title didn't even describe the GOGmix itself, so personally I wouldn't have ever bothered to look at the list. Click-bait is bad enough, I'd rather not waste time reading something mis-titled as if it's hi-jacking the intent of the listing. I'm not interested in screams for attention from advertisers or the like.
For example, we could probably put any files we want to backup into the game save folders and change their extensions so Galaxy would backup our personal files, but of course that would be an inappropriate use of Galaxy. Same thing here with the GOGmix, I think it's more appropriate to have a title describing the listing and then the descriptions be the place for the commentary. If the GOGmix isn't used in that way, then it'd be a waste of time and I wouldn't bother reading it.
The original title could be copy/pasted into every description within the GOGmix and I doubt the GOGmix would be removed. Though I think it would more suitable to add more to the description than only that. Otherwise I wouldn't consider the GOGmix useful, let alone worth voting for it, and I certainly wouldn't want to be associated with someone else's temper tantrums.
For now, I think this topic has definitely run its course. The creator of the GOGmix could be using this opportunity to get attention for a new GOGmix, and likely would have gotten a lot of votes for it. It doesn't make sense to me to complain about someone else's system that could easily be used very effectively as is. As such, I'm very interested in not seeing this topic show up in the thread listings anymore, so it's time I add it to my CSS magic spell for eliminating uninteresting distractions:
I actually have more CSS than that so a thread row completely collapses when the link is hidden. Essentially I made all the other parts of the row "position:absolute", so the link itself is the only element that asserts its own vertical spacing. But perhaps this basic example of just ridding the link itself will suffice for anyone else wanting to apply it other threads that eventually become uninteresting.