A little trust goes a long way - a quiet appeal to ISCians
As ME, when I state that I am looking into an issue, you have to believe it. When I give a reassurance of dealing with a complaint, you have to believe it. I may not reply in every thread, but that does not mean that your issues are being overlooked. You don't even necessarily need to post a thread specifically addressed to me. I am there, aware. You may also not see immediate results, no. I have my own time and pace to deal with things, having to multi-task with responsibilities here and in my personal life. I am not a robotic machine who can work 24x7 with long lasting batteries like those you see in the ads! Results will not be seen immediately. It may take awhile, but do wait instead of bringing up the same issue over & over again. Please, can you just keep the faith? A little trust will go a long way.
Right here, right now, so that we move forward I am addressing a couple of things. There have been two major issues in the recent weeks:
(i) Low cash credits for posts in AE and articles section;
(ii) Attitude of editors towards members, that of members towards editors and that of members towards fellow members.
Regarding these issues:
(i) We definitely want that authors should get their due for the time and effort they put into writing an article and answering an Ask Expert query.
(ii) We would love to see that old camaraderie restored between all members including with editors.
This thread is for you all general members. Other than the issues I am aware of and mentioned above, is there any issue that needs to be addressed? No editor will respond here. I too will step in myself only if required. Have your say, state your issues & give your views, but without naming individual members/editors. Simply state your general problem. If it is with reference to a particular section, mention the section only & not the names of editors. State your issues calmly please. I will request the Webmasters to directly address the issues raised here.
Let's work together to restore good relations and our camaraderie - and do please keep the faith. I'm doing my best.