justintim1999 Posted September 12, 2018 Share Posted September 12, 2018 (edited) 16 hours ago, coachstahly said: Didn't you advocate for doing nothing if you felt the cache was just fine? " If I thought the cache was fine I'd simply ignore it." Based on the email Max provided, that will only delay the process, meaning you still need to go check on it, even if you think the cache is just fine. Now you want to add more to the possible workload of a volunteer reviewer? You can't agree that a false positive is a possibility and should be something stated in the email sent out? Why must your compromise involve the reviewer? Wasn't this automated program supposed to curtail some of the workload of our reviewers? If you want to involve discussion between the reviewer and the CO, then we already have that process in place. It's the "old" way of doing things. We've come full circle but added a step and made it more complicated than it was originally. I'd advocate for the ability to do nothing if, after a discussion with your reviewer, it's agreed upon. We're not talking about the people who really believe that there is nothing wrong with their cache. We're talking about the ones that go out of their way to avoid maintenance. I'd say the majority of people who receive the e-mail actually take a look at the cache and take the appropriate action. There is a segment of cache owners that will simply ignore it. Most of these will be owners that are out of the game or simply don't care. A small percentage will be good cache owners who genuinely don't think there's an issue. Of this last group I'd guess that 90% of the time there is not an issue. There has to be checks and balances. You can't give a segment of cache owners carte blanche. So I see the e-mail as a positive thing for two reasons. First I believe it will, buy it's very nature, spur more cache owners to fix problems before a reviewer actually has to get involved. Which will ultimately save time and increases cache condition. Second it sends an over all message of the importance of watching and maintaining your caches. The fact that it even exists shows a concerted effort by GS to emphasize cache maintenance. Edited September 12, 2018 by justintim1999 spelling Quote Link to comment
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