This summer, for the first time in years, I spent a couple of weeks without doing code-related stuff, only checking personal emails.
Now all this summer posts I want to answer to are locked. Ironicaly, especialy this one: Why are posts locked so quickly
So I’m reopening this “issue” with a poll:
How many days do you think the delay should be to close a post after the last reply?
- 10 (current setting)
- Posts should never be closed
Thanks for your vote!
I have just realized that there is no vote option for less than 10 days. A 10 days delay seems already so quick for me. But feel free to reply if you think that something like 7 days should be new delay.
The real question is, will a site admin actually respond to this poll by changing the setting?
For now, 8 days after the vote started, it seems that only 15% of the 67 voters are happy with the 10 days delay. And no one asked for an even shorter delay.
From the vote details, in my humble opinion, I think that a 30 days delay would be a nice and minimal move from the admins. That would not be that much different from 10 days.
@rupert you are right. Is there an admin out there willing to tell us what they think about this? @admins @moderators @ElmModerationTeam
Maybe an incremental-elm discourse instance? I know it’s thankless work being a moderator, but hopefully a discourse instance would not require much moderation time.
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