I only want to explain that I'm not talking you at some presser ?

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asked Jul 13, 2021 in Electron Microscopy by Wuyahong (1,660 points)

I don't think anyone in any capacity expects a plug and play solution nor expects anyone in the mod group to break their spine for no pay. Filters require upkeep to correctly function, take spam filters for email; that's decades of OSRS Gold effort to be certain that the Nigerian prince doesn't make it into your inbox and hell occasionally it doesn't work, sometimes my 2FA winds up in spam, but we still don't delete a spam filter. I only want to explain that I'm not talking you at some presser or something simply having a dialog.

I believe this just reinforces not only the argument for getting an Automod notify potential new posters of the'gentleman's agreement', or even formally separating them. You have a virtual'desire route' going on here where your neighborhood has decided to segregate the material, do not you think you need to listen to them? These are all growing pains and nothing which can't be sorted out with the years, its one thing to state that no one has the drive or ability to maintain a filter right now but don't make it out to be an impossible effort. In addition, I feel like I'm at a soviet court house and the bailiff was just told to shoot the man who jaywalked, bro you do not need to delete OSRS or spilled articles in this case just have automod comment on it with info pointing people in the ideal direction.

Unless we are talking about a filter limiting what can be stated on the subreddit I'm really confused about why anybody would want to skip a filter that supplies them with advice. If allegedlyy'all tried to knock some essential phrases or complaints being chucked about this sub from time to time then yeah it's a'difficulty' (You men would not be the first game sub to possess it, blink twice if Jagex hasy'all hostage) for you guys but I do not see many people hoping to submit"connection - entirely no ph15h guiys" or even"I feel this is a p h 1 5 h ing attempt guys" or"look at this cool drop I got on oh ess are ess" so they do not possess a comment in their post out of a bot.

No worries about the grilling issue. I am just trying to be more thorough in my answers. The email entry filter has been seen as a low priority mend, and these posts were (and still are) getting caught in other filters, so it was deemed unneeded for the time being. However, the other filters are not specifically intended for those posts, so just part are getting flagged. Once more of those vital tasks are finished, we will take a look at a number of the lower priority ones. It would not require much time to get a setup set up to begin testing an improved version. Also, the vast majority of subreddit moderation isn't visible openly, so although it may seem that we are not doing anything at times, there's a lot that goes on behind the scenes as well as approving/removing articles and comments.

Our concern about filtering in this case isn't whether a person will attempt to skip it, and that comment was just to further the stage that filters are not always powerful. Perhaps mentioning the deliberate bypassing was a bit off subject for my previous comment. As previously mentioned, the amount of OSRS-specific posts (not pertinent to RS3) submitted here is minimal as is, plus they do not amount to a prominent portion of our everyday articles. However, those posts are outnumbered by others which compare or link to both games.

These will probably match the criteria additionally to obtain a reply redirecting them to 2007 Runescape when the intention was to post, which is not ideal because it would be irrelevant to the post topic and likely lead to complaints. Additionally, when the criteria is too specific, it's unlikely that the few posts that are designed to receive this reply will activate it. It's much easier for a individual to recognize these articles compared to Buy Old School RS Gold a bot, and setting up this to be intended is simpler said than done for minimum advantage.

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