Please be open to suggestionsTo have your say, and not let the other person respond, is rude. To look at everything as criticism is worse. I have to raise a new thread because of a locked thread.
1. I wasn't reading between lines – I voiced my opinion on what had been said. It wasn't a criticism; rather a remark on how voluntary work is actually carried out and maybe a change is needed in ISC after so many years. Change, after all, is the only constant – and it was suggested for the better, not as criticism. Don't we want ISC to improve?
2. The system might be in place for you, but the end users are the ones who are affected. I spoke of prioritising things, to make ISC more user-friendly. Yes, members must be patient, and wait for a couple of days – but is that the only solution you can give them?
3. Members raise a thread/respond when they find an issue – please look at suggestions with an open mind. People are not as devious as you make them out to be. You need to have an open mind. It has become routine practice to look at anything I say, as criticism.
4. I'll respond to the XYZ – as I pointed out prioritising can help. The AE section could mean life and death to someone. Let's not ridicule or take it lightly. When one is looking for answers, every little input helps. Z might think Forum is important, but Z can be told to look at the AE section as a priority if Z is also an AE editor. I don't see anything wrong in that. That is how prioritising can work and make it a better experience for users.
5. Lastly, my humble request to you to please stop seeing everything I say with a negative eye. There was no criticism in my response. I put into words how feeble the 'voluntary workers' excuse looks, after so many years. You shouldn't be scared of ideas, You should be open to them, and see how they can be best implemented or be courteous in responding how they aren't feasible.