I mean, OSRS Gold your previous remark lays out exactly why the communities tips, in your opinion, are inferior to the machine you've got set up now. If anything the view represented by the OP are far more in accordance with the'vision' of this subreddit (wanting to include the two RS3 and OSRS (which in itself is absurd being they've seperate content, dev teams etc. but like my view guy )) by saying your content has a home here but if its seeing anything in specificity to go elsewhere, very similar to the way the Reddit FC is/was operate.
So rather than tuning ity'all yanked it? Tell me again how your staff thinks your system is not fine in comparison with community ideas.
Rather than requesting a community of 234,037 individuals and having a bot hit your inbox close immediately together:"If you believe you've received a phishing effort please verify sender address (example), domain (instance ), here are the common examples (link). If you have gotten an attempt please report it (useful navigation for forum article."
In regard to our system"working good as is," we are aware that it's not ideal, but there isn't necessarily a solution that fulfills issues from all perspectives. Additionally, there are other issues taking up our own time, and we're just volunteers, thus we don't always have enough time to dedicate to tackle some of those smaller problems. My previous remarks were intended to clarify the problem stands as it currently does for the specific issues mentioned, maybe not explain why things won't change. We're open to making changes that could be beneficial for everyone.
The majority of consumers view the subreddits as being separate anyway ( runescape = RS3 and 2007 runescape = OSRS), so this is not something we've had to tackle prominently since the volume of OSRS-related submissions this is minimal. One complication with post filtering is it can not be assumed users will always utilize criteria in a place that will trip a filter as it isn't necessarily the case. AutoModerator filters based on particular criteria, so building a precise list that's only specific to everything you are attempting to catch is not always possible.
Some users understand the way to intentionally bypass filters, making them useless, and if we make a filter too broad, more posts are filtered than warranted. This creates more frustration for consumers and much more work for us while we'd prefer to prevent over-moderating. We may look into attempting to revive a filter to get phishing email questions, but that's a thing for us to discuss in private amongst the mod group. The previous filter was unable to accomplish what was wanted at the time, so it had been disabled for the time being. These articles do share an overlap with other filters within our subreddit, so a number of them are eliminated for different reasons.
We do not wish to be in the spotlight for driving community conversation. While a few other subreddits may have an extremely visible mod existence, that is not something we're considering. If we have an important message to get across, that is one thing, but mod articles from us are very infrequent. In a nutshell, we believe the subreddit ought to be the community's voice, not the community's Buy RuneScape 2007 Gold directed by subreddit mods.