What should we limit our feedback to?


Of course you guys can’t help everything that might be wrong with the platform. So I’d like to know what things you mods actually have control over, so we don’t send useless feedback your way. :smiley:

(Jason van Gumster (Fweeb)) #2

I can’t speak for everyone, but I say fire away with all the feedback you want to give. We don’t know what people don’t say.

But as a corollary, know also that we can’t fulfill every request. Implementing an idea is often multiple orders of magnitude more difficult than coming up with that idea in the first place… and sometimes the idea doesn’t quite fit.


Got it. (see what I mean?)

(Bart Veldhuizen) #4

I agree with Jason: feel free to drop any feedback here, and we’ll feel free to either prioritise it or not :slight_smile:

(Kane York) #5

And don’t forget to post about festering issues, the ones you might not normally complain about - e.g. “Mr. Soandso has been going around promoting his own thing on a bunch of topics, but this also isn’t the first time this has happened. How should we handle things like this in the future?”

Though you might not want to name names outside the Lounge or Staff categories.