Is there a certain category I should submit to, to be recognized? 05/03/2011 My last macintosh contribution is still pending. I thought I could find my niche on here with certain systems. I received an email a while back that said this site is still active but, why are you short on worker bees when there are plenty trolling the internet? I have read other threads in the past and I don't feel like going through all again. I know many popular sites that are short on people. Why does Moby have to be one of them?
(Edited by Daniel Saner (2407), Nov 08, 2011)Re: How bad is it on this site?
Daniel Saner (2407), Nov 08, 2011
There has been somewhat of an exodus of approvers over the past 1-2 years, due to a lack of clear communication from management, especially concerning questions about the future of the site and the collected data. This naturally leads to more work per approver, so turn-around time has increased a bit. But yes, all submissions are still being processed. And it feels like some changes will come to MobyGames in the forseeable future, which I hope will be good ones that might bring more people back to the site.
Because of anonymous owners and administrators who have lost interest but refuse to resign.
I did ask Corn Popper if I can become a Wii approver. That was one month ago. I am still waiting for an answer.
There's stuff I submitted over a month ago that still hasn't been approved, including 2 sets of credits and 2 developer corrections. But then, I submitted other developer corrections a day or two ago and they were taken care of almost right away, while the other ones are still pending. How does priority work within the same category?
It seems that last submissions are on the top of the stack, no ? Last In, First Out !
Ones that are easy to verify get processed first, ones that are tougher to confirm can take a while.