I mean, yeah your previous remark lays out just why the communities suggestions, in your view, are inferior to the machine you have in place now. If anything the view represented by the OP are far more in accordance with this'vision' of the subreddit (needing to include both RS3 and OSRS (which in itself is absurd being they've RS3 Gold content, dev teams etc. but like my view guy )) by saying your content has a house here but if its seeing anything in specificity to go elsewhere, very similar to how the Reddit FC is/was operate.
So instead of tuning ity'all yanked it? Tell me how your staff thinks your system is not fine compared to neighborhood ideas. Let's have a thought experiment while I've got your time. I've obtained a e-mail that I believe to be a phishing attempt, I should sift through the wiki, email'email address that if I sort could get me banned for posting a phishing link', receive an answer that says"this email has been stopped", return to this wiki to find you have to report it on the forums, then login to runescape but not about the phishing attempt tab, then return back to the homepage not the forum sub-topic you asked, run the login temple of despair again, locate the sub-topic, then the article and also report the scam.
Rather than requesting a neighborhood of 234,037 individuals and having a bot hit your inbox near instantly with:"If you believe you have received a phishing attempt please verify sender address (example), domain (instance ), here are the usual examples (link). If you have gotten an effort please report it at (helpful navigation to get to forum article."
In regard to our system"working good as is," we're aware that it is not ideal, but there isn't necessarily a solution that satisfies issues from all perspectives. Also, there are other issues taking up our time, and we are just volunteers here, thus we do not always have the time to devote to address some of those smaller problems. My previous comments were meant to explain why the situation stands as it currently does for the specific issues mentioned, maybe not explain why things won't change.
The majority of users see the subreddits as being independent anyway ( runescape = RS3 and 2007 runescape = Cheap OSRS Gold), so this is not something we've needed to address prominently because the quantity of OSRS-related admissions here is minimal. One complication with article filtering is it can not be assumed users will always use criteria in a post that will trip a filter as it isn't always the case. AutoModerator filters based on particular standards, so building a precise list that is only specific to everything you're attempting to capture is not always possible.