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September 03, 2019, 03:56:08 PM
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Maybe they have info that report badge is coming or they will get some special reward for reporting old bumps from 2017. I have nothing against reports that make sense, but something like this is completely meaningless, and does not help the forum in any way. I believe neither mods are happy because they need to delete hundreds of posts.

Bumps aren't a huge deal, but they make a browsing a thread take more time, so they're deleted if reported. But I'll admit I think dealing with reports of bumps in very old and inactive threads is a waste of time.

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September 03, 2019, 08:29:49 PM
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There were wiser moves than the brute force erasure not only of all of this writer's posts (except this one, for now), but also of his sole thread on this forum.
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September 03, 2019, 08:52:22 PM
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There were wiser moves than the brute force erasure not only of all of this writer's posts (except this one, for now), but also of his sole thread on this forum.

You mean a masterpiece like this?

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September 03, 2019, 09:02:00 PM
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There were wiser moves than the brute force erasure not only of all of this writer's posts (except this one, for now), but also of his sole thread on this forum.

You mean a masterpiece like this?

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There were 12 posts, 7 mine. The last one, which you quote, is in response to a question. You should ponder upon it.
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September 03, 2019, 09:08:14 PM
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There were 12 posts, 7 mine. The last one, which you quote, is in response to a question. You should ponder upon it.

I really shouldn't. You tried to troll the Development & Technical Discussion board and you got the boot. You can create a thread here for your "ponderings": https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=9.0

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September 03, 2019, 09:32:43 PM
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There were 12 posts, 7 mine. The last one, which you quote, is in response to a question. You should ponder upon it.

I really shouldn't. You tried to troll the Development & Technical Discussion board and you got the boot. You can create a thread here for your "ponderings": https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=9.0

The discussion was without exaggeration technical.

Let the lectorate, which notwithstanding your advantageous, *trust* commanding, ostentatious merits, you're not representative of (are there *more than two thirds of the members* as well favored as you are?), let them decide whether trolling I was: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5181493
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September 04, 2019, 12:21:40 PM
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Maybe they have info that report badge is coming or they will get some special reward for reporting old bumps from 2017. I have nothing against reports that make sense, but something like this is completely meaningless, and does not help the forum in any way. I believe neither mods are happy because they need to delete hundreds of posts.

Well the report badges may never come and certainly aren't a priority for theymos right now. People might also be reporting them just to bump up their report count for potential mod positions, but it's rare these days that mods are made on mere high volume of reports. Bump reports are low priority and don't really matter that much, especially when they're buried in old threads but that isn't going to stop people reporting them. I've suggested before that we have maybe two report queues or reports are sorted into priorities as low-priority reports often flood the more serious ones and can quickly bury them. Maybe if we had some sort of drop-down menu where reporters could choose the reason would help and that sorts them by severity/urgency automatically (for instance malware would be high priority and undeleted bumps would be low. High priority could go into a different queue entirely or low priority ones are just pushed to the bottom instead of ordered by the date they come in).

Bumps aren't a huge deal, but they make a browsing a thread take more time, so they're deleted if reported. But I'll admit I think dealing with reports of bumps in very old and inactive threads is a waste of time.

Yeah, they're a minor annoyance, but they are against the rules so people will still report them and quite rightly. I think some users are probably using bots to report them as well. I just wish people would get used to removing them themselves and most will once they're made aware of that but there's obviously a lot of historical cases that can easily rack up your report score.

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