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blend4design says

fine.. so you saying that on the 3r of august at 14.00 hours there were 3 or 4 reviewers working on the queue at the same time ?

this explains everything ;)

i’ll try to stop thinking to much then .. ehh :) :) :)

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Aw_Shucks says
So enough conspiracy theories please.

It’s okay man. It takes a lot of patience to tell 200,000+ members something over a few times and again.

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AfterLabs says

Lol…

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CheshireCat says
“Sometimes there is such a thing as thinking too much”

that really is a strange thing to say digitalscience was asking a simple question about the cue system.

That was aimed at you and you alone, when you start quoting freaky stuff like the amount of seconds it took to review two of your files then yeh you do think too much

“Theres alot that goes on behind the scenes”

yes i know this as well… :(

Yes you may very well know it, but when thinking too much, you never actuallly think to take this into account

if the files were reviewed in order thats 16 mintues for 22 files thats about 45 seconds a preview.

Again this comes down to you not knowing what goes on behind closed doors. majority of those files were probably locked for one reason or another, so all it takes is for a reviewer to come along and click approve once comments are left so yeh that wouldnt take more than a minute or

maybe

most of them had shitty little mistakes on them like names incorrectly spelt which again means it doesnt get fully reviewed

i dont believe the 2 emails send to me in 72 seconds were due to any server delays…. other reasons methinks ;)

Or maybe they all just dislike you and your files and are on a mission to poorly review for you and you alone, that better :P

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LGLab says

if the files were reviewed in order thats 16 mintues for 22 files thats about 45 seconds a preview.

You’d be surprised how many people make simple mistakes or don’t even read the upload instructions. If a file misses a “preview.swf” or is generally not packed properly, then the reviewing process stops and the file is rejected, and it would take less than 30 seconds to see the preview file is not named correctly or anything else that simple and hit the rejected button.

But it takes Jay a little bit longer because he has to load his rejected guns first:

...which explains the 45 seconds :D – Hope this helps you understand the reviewing process a bit better ;-) :D

image done by goTo – Original thread: http://activeden.net/forums/thread/lets-kick-the-stress/14864 – Nice drawing goTo ;-)

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