Well, I only saw one thread- the other was a duplicate.
I'm going to have to ask you to read the Rules and Requirement threads for Team Discussions.
And, after reading it, perhaps you'll consider devoting a little bit of time to hacking, before jumping into anything. As a moderator I see it all the time- people see hacks, are immediately impressed, and want to give it a go. They don't know where to start, so they think a team is the way to go- this is not true. While a team can be good for a hack, it generally only tends to work when the person behind the idea has some sort of hacking ability, and definitely an idea for the hack. Essentially, your thread said "I want to make a hack, but I don't have a story planned. I have tools, but I don't know how to use them. Join my team!". That sounds a lot meaner than I intended, but trust me I don't mean to be.. mean, hehe. I'm just offering advice- if you want to make a hack, give those tools a go first, tinker around in as many hacking areas as possible. Then, when you've developed some knowledge, get started on a story. The way you're approaching it now.. Well, it just wont work, put simply. That is why your threads weren't approved.
I'm not telling you off, but in future please don't send VMs AND a PM- I saw the VMs, there was no need to send a PM afterwards ;)