By in Random

Are They Missing in Action?

While browsing through the list of members here, trying to find active people to connect to, I noticed that there is a large chunk of members who just signed-up but never posted anything yet. There are those who have registered since May 2014 and do not have any interactions whatsoever.

With the registration temporarily closed, I feel that there are slots wasted that should have been provided for those who are willing to be active here. But of course, that can't be prevented and I am aware that the team behind Persona Paper have their hands full at the moment.

Is there any policy for inactive members? I don't think I have read about it or I might have just missed it.

Anyway, I am loving this site and I bet I would remain active for a long time here.


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tech40 wrote on June 12, 2014, 11:56 PM

Wow nice observation, I think personapaper should put "30 days inactivity = Account Deleted, but the Articles that the user posted will never be deleted." if admin will add that on Terms of Agreement, it would be nice and safe if someone ask about their account deleted but their post is still exists.

On that way the database will clean the trash on its own way

rmgjunkie wrote on June 13, 2014, 12:37 AM

Maybe 30 days of idleness is a bit short. Maybe 60 days is fair and square. But anyway, since there are no black and white yet, so we just have to wait.

LovingMyBabies wrote on June 13, 2014, 11:43 AM

Good point, I have not thought about that but your right there should be a time limit set up for members who do nothing.

poddys wrote on June 14, 2014, 4:45 PM

I think the owners are looking at the dormant people, but I think most sites are like that, lots of people sign up and a significant percentage either post once or not at all.

AbbyBiha wrote on June 30, 2014, 1:14 AM

I am new here, my application was approved last Saturday and trying my best to be more active here. I love the format, I am beginning to feel like home here, though still trying to familiarise myself at the same time.