posted on Oct, 28 2003 @ 02:20 PM
I have offered 40+ suggestions in exactly the right places where they could be read, absorbed and acted upon.
6-7 have been implemented.
I'm not going through the lot again.
But here's three again:
1. Listen to your "customers". Never say you are listening, then fail to listen. Never overpromise and underdeliver. Part of the answer would be
closing loops through feedback and responses on threads like this one.
2. Focus more on motivators that encourage quality, less on bells and whistles. Otherwise this could continue to be a playground for adolescents, with
little constructive in sight, and the model for new posters being contributions that are littered with insults, lack of background information and
fact, and no purpose except dealing with ennui.
Also, so that initiatives work smoothly.
* SNAP! *
I love ATS. I will not complain.