No worries about the grilling issue. I am just trying to be more thorough in my answers. The email submission filter was seen as a very low priority fix, and these posts were (and still are) getting caught in different filters, so it was deemed unneeded for the time being. However, the other filters are not specifically intended for those articles, so just part are becoming entangled. Once more of those vital tasks are finished, we'll look at some of the lower priority ones. It would not take much time to receive a configuration set up to begin testing a better version. Also, a vast majority of subreddit moderation is not visible openly, so although it might appear that we're not doing anything at times, there's a great deal that goes on behind the scenes as well as approving/removing articles and comments.
Our concern about filtering in this case is not whether someone will try to bypass this, and that remark was to further the stage that filters aren't always powerful. Perhaps mentioning the deliberate bypassing was a little off subject for my prior comment. As far as the separation between our subreddits goes, it isn't something we are interested in enforcing as of now. As previously mentioned, the quantity of OSRS-specific posts (not relevant to RS3) submitted here is minimal as is, plus they don't amount to a prominent portion of our daily posts. However, those articles are redeemed by others that compare or relate to both matches.
These will probably match the criteria to also receive a reply redirecting them to 2007 Runescape when the intention was to post here, which is not ideal because it would be irrelevant to the post topic and likely lead to complaints. Furthermore, when the criteria is too specific, it is unlikely that the few posts that are designed to obtain this response will activate it. It is easier for a individual to recognize these posts compared to a bot, and setting this up to be planned is much easier said than done for minimal advantage.
Why are people so poisonous to players? Wouldn't also the and max high ranking players need people? More people = more money, more updates (maybe if more started playing, paying( and demanding it) and more people in Runescape game that will grow the market and keep Runescape lasting longer. Honestly, we treat players well when they are tagged as such. Dig up any ribbon in which the OP acknowledges themselves fresh and folks here actually pile most of the time.
It is older, returning players that ask questions we treat. Unless they're asking about the condition of Runescape(meaning they are not spent in Runescape again yet), typically we bad mouth about how they might possibly be asking whatever it is they're asking. The neighborhood is really wise. If somebody is uninvested at Runescape, everyone is support towards them. If they spent, no one really cares.
So, I am super tardy into the party and I apologize for this. I think having a query thread frequently would be beneficial in the long term. However, it is a matter of managing what the topics are. Which is a bummer Since we can only have two at a time. I replied to someone earlier agreeing that we could begin making a single weekly post that links to news/update posts are added as the week continues on and they're published to Runescape's site. And that suggestion and I passed on to the remainder of the group. What we're doing now is a matter of,"What do we believe needs to be viewed the most?" Having it on updated and a post could help solve that issue. Even if it's only temporary, it is far better to have something than nothing.If you want to know more information about OSRS Gold , please lock on RSorder.com https://www.rsorder.com/