@ShawnC13 And I don't need to remind you of April's episode when an Oracle used their Oracle privileges in the lounge no less on their own thread but can't do it on normal posts.
As it was brought up during that time the Moving of the posts in that thread was not done by the OP of that thread. That also lead to someone abusing the edit function and removing large amounts of content from the community
* I am happy to help, but I am not a Customer Support Agent please do not include any personal info in a message to me. Click the Chat bubble in the bottom right to create a trouble ticket *
They want applicants to have a certain criteria than current Oracle's should have a certain criteria to maintain their status as well. It's only fair. Now that there is a Lead dedicated to the Oracle Program that is what we have been working on with them over the past little while
Then maybe darlicious is right and what computergeek541 was driving at. Who would want this responsibility and can meet the criteria all for a mere 20 bucks and some brand swag? Are the other intangibles worth it?
As a paid job maybe. But for 20 bucks and these occasional public airing of grievances??...
I certainly don't think it all needs to be nearly as formal as it's being made out to be for the $20.
I guess we'll see.
No more. Stay safe!
Done. Said. Out in the open. Now we can move forward and heal as a community. If I see it I'll say it.
Pardon my disagreeing to agree. The fencing at the Golden Gate bridge hasn't eliminated suicides, nor will the omnipresence of a moderator stop people posting personal info on this forum.
I'll however endorse your view to a degree by suggesting to @Melinda_H to improve the community software, so that when a person is scripting a post, a red warning sign be flashed to display "Please do not post any personal info, like your name, phone number etc."
Despite that extra caution though I'm sure some will still jump! 😊