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No, actually, you don't have to wait two weeks. I, to, used to think that. I was always nervous that someone would report my post because it wasn't two weeks after my first application.
I would wait a while, anyways. Make sure that you've made more helpful posts, and that you think you are really really ready. The first few times you may not get accepted, because that usually just happens. I'd wait a while, maybe ask a mod why it was deleted, and try again!
...it is stated that a deleted post DOES mean a rejection and that you most likely (though again, it is vague) will NOT get a notice/PM regarding your status.
Is it possible to get a clear definitive answer in regards to the application process? Until We are notified that we have been rejected, should those of us with deleted posts just wait it out with an optimistic thought? If we are rejected, and there is NO notification, I am unsure what is to stop us from wasting the approvers' time by re-applying without changing our posting habits.
If I remember correctly when I was deleted last year ~ at the bottom of my User CP page there was a section where it listed actions taken on my posts, ex. soft deletion...there is where it showed my post deleted and the reason why.
I am with Kayko, I feel that if we are not notified, how do we know what we should do to improve our posts and prevent wasting time on the people who approve the applications? Like myself, I even PM moderator and people I knew for a straight answer if we get a message knowing if we were declined, no one was sure. So me, thinking it was a mistake I was deleted, I reposted an application three days later.
Now someone is telling me I am on a waiting list..i am so confused and I am pretty confident that I have over 50 strong posts. FunMama did clarify that if I were on the waiting list, my post would still be there. Thanks for clarifying that. I guess my last concern is, maybe they should notify the non-eligible applicants, so they know instead of left wondering and we wont have to bug the people who approve the applications.
They seem to be saying that we have been rejected again...although, without the automated PM, not only are we un-certain, but more importantly, we're left without reasoning...which really does frustrate me. Especially if this implies (which I think it does) that the earlier rejection PM, was ENTIRELY automated, meaning the explanation of why was just a form letter. Which is of course OK for a large scale operation as this, but leaves cases like ours (and I'm sure many others) stuck in limbo with no real means to appeal. I'm sure we could both find 50 non-fluffy posts, but there doesn't seem to be a clear NON-Automated way to further the applications. While I understand how thorough WI has been in setting up and protecting the GE, it seems like some of the vagueness about the rules is hurting things. Setting minimums to prove yo uare an active and valuable part of the community are wonderful ideas, but leaving the judging of who is "worthy" (for lack of a better word) seems to be kinda vague. Does Cows have the one and only say? And what are the TRUE critera to "non-fluffy"?
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