eBay community getting more fascist

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eBay community getting more fascist

Postby spotify95 » 07 Mar 2019, 15:34

By locking and archiving many threads that were definitely relevant, and relatively current as well, but because they were started years ago (despite being current issues still - so recurring problems not resolved) the threads are being locked and archived !

What do they want us to do? Make new threads, thus using up more room on their servers?

They should have just left the old ones open!

This reminds me of when the moderators on the VMC started using an archive section to prevent people from deliberately bumping threads up!

Shame on you eBay Community :mad:


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Re: eBay community getting more fascist

Postby pinkteddyx64 » 07 Mar 2019, 16:20

spotify95 wrote:By locking and archiving many threads that were definitely relevant, and relatively current as well, but because they were started years ago (despite being current issues still - so recurring problems not resolved) the threads are being locked and archived !

What do they want us to do? Make new threads, thus using up more room on their servers?

They should have just left the old ones open!

This reminds me of when the moderators on the VMC started using an archive section to prevent people from deliberately bumping threads up!

Shame on you eBay Community :mad:

Even DS has just recently let slide a thread bumped from 2003 just this week!


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