d00d, srsrly, do u ever think ? hello, logic ? why the fuck do u think that i would give the „batch processing saved me 5 minutes of time per report” argument against the „/dev/humancontroller sought to contrive an unfair study” claim, if, as u say, the argument „admits” the claim ?
i'll simplify the logic:
submitting reports takes a lot of time (the abuse-report system is a big fucking pile of steaming goatshit).
⇒ users r urged to find ways to minimize wasting their time.
⇒ users do this by minimizing task-switching overhead (assuming they choose not to degrade the contents of the reports instead).
as the latter behavior is a broad consequence of the properties of the system, the system can be tested along eg. the above path. if there r discovered issues, they're issues of the system. some were expected, but a point of the study was to quantify them.
a person of ur lack of intelligence would not understand, that the points noted by the study's text (except for the „25 minutes” part) so far, were based on batches of
- 2 reports on 2016-11-26,
- 1 report on 2016-12-05,
- 4 reports on 2016-12-07, and
- 9 reports on 2016-12-15,
which r a month to 1.5 weeks before Christmas.
even more, the noted suffering began with the first reports, which were bulk-free.
congratulations, u have successfully ignored the question. u gave a non-accepting stance towards some „cracks in and incompetence for handling bulk submissions” (and confirmed „inefficient outcome”), which means that u got some of those issues out of what i wrote (or how i wrote it, whatever), or u saw issues on ur own. my question was: what were they ? further on in the thread, i will regularly prompt u to answer this until u do.
(otherwise, there would have been a comma after „him”.)
not understood. rephrase / get to the point (if still noteworthy after the above responses) !