Jacobmeister Posted March 16, 2018 Share Posted March 16, 2018 Item suggesting has evolved a fair amount over the past few years, with guidelines, currencies, scripts affecting workflow, and controversial points constantly changing how people work on suggestions. Having been in both positions (and not in a moderating position anymore), I can tell you right now making suggestions and moderating them are two very different things. It can be hard to see things through the suggester's (or the moderator's) point of view at times; the main thing I always keep in my mind is that we reflect common trading points (something polar used to always reiterate) and these days I feel like that's gone a bit lost in favour of just following the guidelines and making suggestions just to get them out there. So personally, I feel like there's something wrong with suggestions, both unusual and non-unusual. But I'm only one person, and I've already stated my opinion, which isn't necessarily representative of every suggester ever. So this is a call to anyone who makes suggestions currently or has had made suggestions recently; what do YOU think of item suggesting today? Is it too hard? Too easy? Are there any issues with any sort of logic behind guidelines? Do you think anything needs changed? Why? This is your chance to speak your mind on item suggestions. Just keep it civil and on topic. Criticism is fine and that's the point of this thread, just use your words carefully, and don't say x is awful without any sort of reason or resolution. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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