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Topic: Screening Queue At 7,000
Username: unattendedbag
Posted 2012-11-10 21:32:13 and read 5051 times.

I have to say, "Nice Work screeners"! I bet it's been a busy 24 hours, over 1,000 shots accepted in the last day.

  

Topic: RE: Screening Queue At 7,000
Username: Asuspine
Posted 2012-11-11 05:46:00 and read 5051 times.

Well done. I monitored it for a while and thought there won't be much left to screen.

Cheers

Topic: RE: Screening Queue At 7,000
Username: comairguycvg
Posted 2012-11-11 07:45:28 and read 5051 times.

Yesterday when I came onto the homepage of this site, I clicked on the link to view images of the last 48 hours since I was out of town and missed viewing pics for 2 days. When the next page came up it said there were over 1800 photos. I had to do a double take! Over 1800 in the past 48 hours....that's awesome!

Topic: RE: Screening Queue At 7,000
Username: chriswade
Posted 2012-11-11 11:42:38 and read 5051 times.

Doing a very good job 

Topic: RE: Screening Queue At 7,000
Username: topgun3
Posted 2012-11-13 09:06:45 and read 5051 times.

As a frequent contributor to A.net, I really appreciate the effort the screeners have put in over the past weekend to reduce the queue.....I would even suggest reducing our maximum upload limit if that would result in a 1 or 2 day queue....which in the end would still be better than 40 photos in a 7-10 day queue.

Thanks again guys...

Topic: RE: Screening Queue At 7,000
Username: sovietjet
Posted 2012-11-13 12:12:04 and read 5051 times.

Great job to the screeners. I submitted some photos last Sunday and by this Saturday they were already screened. A bit less than a week wait, which I haven't seen for some time.

Topic: RE: Screening Queue At 7,000
Username: vikkyvik
Posted 2012-11-13 12:30:10 and read 5051 times.

Indeed, I was very impressed. I'd submitted images on, I think, 4 consecutive days, and they were all screened within about 36-48 hours.

Topic: RE: Screening Queue At 7,000
Username: n797mx
Posted 2012-11-13 17:50:01 and read 5051 times.

Good job to the team! So does this mean my 787 photos will be rejec.. I mean screened faster?   

Topic: RE: Screening Queue At 7,000
Username: carras
Posted 2012-11-14 01:26:55 and read 5051 times.

New members on the screening team maybe?. Also the winter carries less traffic to airports and the people goes out less for spotting, that means less photos in the queue.

It is really noticeable the faster screening process. Thanks to all involved.

Cheers!.


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