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Start date 10-07-21 - 09:16
End date 31-07-21 - 09:16
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    Yes, people who remark linked to another sub them, but sometimes keep it and just they have a tendency to delete the article here. If a response does not work, perhaps a warning which appears before posting? We all know of the base into the OSRS sub in the Partner Subreddits segment, but most people who post OSRS just themed content, don't even appear there, as they did not knew the existence of this 2007 Runescape subreddit and are grateful when the people who remark mention it, its becoming clear that the base resulting in the sub par on the side bar isn't enough. I'd believed the phishing one would be hard to implement, props for trying. I agree on filtering many people click on matters, uncensored phishing urls before thinking twice.

    However, yea in regards to phishing some more action may have to be taken, these malicious classes are improving their ways to capture unsuspecting victims increasingly these days. We have phishing streams on twitch, phishing ads to RuneScape and OSRS in most social networking platforms (I would not be surprised if these malicious ads eventually make its way for this sub ad places ) along with also the classic phishing emails and fake websites. I've even seen some bad efforts to phishing being submitted on this sub that lead to bogus forums and I'm happy they have been eliminated before anyone fell victim.

    The real problem with phishing posts can also be the spam which the sub will eventually get, phishing emails are sent in a tide to various mails of potential players, let's say like 10% of them have a reddit account, they are going to want to warn everyone else of the effort and so there will be several articles looking exactly the same, all which can be unaware it's been submitted earlier. It can eventually get dull. Which in turn can lead others to dismiss a fictitious clueless player who's asking whether it is true or not, that's the reason why I suggested an automatic response of some sort, at least a small warning to take caution or something like this. Additionally thanks for clarifying the email to forward phishing emails has become over, I knew of this forum thread, although not the fact that they discontinued the email.

    I am unsure that sums up the intended message here. My remark explains why these two changes haven't been made together with some information that is related. We are open to suggestions that could be possible to implement without detracting from the purpose of this subreddit and its own community.

    I mean, yeah your previous remark lays out exactly why the communities tips, in your opinion, are inferior to the machine you've got set up now. If anything the view represented by the OP are far more in accordance with the'vision' of this subreddit (wanting to include the two RS3 and OSRS (which in itself is absurd being they've seperate content, dev teams etc. but like my view guy )) by saying your content has a home here but if its seeing anything in specificity to go elsewhere, very similar to the way the Reddit FC is/was operate.

    So rather than tuning ity'all yanked it? Tell me again how your staff thinks your system is not fine in comparison with community ideas.
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