These would probably match the standards

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asked Aug 22 in History by Xiamu (170 points)
Unless we are referring to a filter restricting what can be stated on the subreddit I am really confused about why anyone would want to RS Gold bypass a filter that provides them with advice. If allegedlyy'all attempted to knock some essential questions or phrases being chucked around this sub from time to time then yeah it is a'difficulty' (You guys wouldn't be the very first game sub to have it, blink twice if Jagex hasy'all hostage) for you guys but I do not see a lot of people trying to submit"link - totally no ph15h guiys" or even"I think this is a de h 1 5 h ing attempt men" or"look at this cool drop I got on oh ess are ess" just so they don't have a comment on their article out of a bot.

I am just trying to be more thorough in my replies. The email submission filter has been viewed as a very low priority mend, and these articles were (and still are) getting caught in different filters, so it was deemed unneeded for now. However, the other filters are not specially designed for those posts, so only part are getting flagged. Once more of the vital tasks are finished, we'll look at some of the lower priority ones. It would not require much time to get a setup set up to start testing a better version. Additionally, the majority of subreddit moderation isn't visible openly, so although it might seem that we're not doing anything at times, there is a lot that goes on behind the scenes in addition to approving/removing articles and comments.

Our concern about filtering in this case is not whether someone will try to bypass this, and that remark was just to further the point that filters aren't always powerful. Maybe mentioning the deliberate bypassing was a little off subject for my previous comment. As far as the separation between our subreddits goes, it is not something we are interested in enforcing as of today. As previously mentioned, the amount of OSRS-specific articles (not relevant to RS3) submitted this is minimal as is, and they don't amount to a notable portion of our daily articles. However, those posts are outnumbered by other people that compare or link to both matches.

These would probably match the standards to also receive a reply redirecting them to 2007 Runescape when the intention was to post here, which isn't ideal as it could be irrelevant to the article topic and likely lead to complaints. Additionally, when the best place to buy runescape gold criteria is too specific, it's unlikely that the few articles which are designed to receive this response will trigger it. It's much easier for a individual to identify these articles and setting up it to be intended is much easier said than done for minimum benefit.

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