If we want to survive and live healthy, at some time of our life, most of us need to be told how we are doing.
Usually, 'till a child becomes conscious of this, its parents assume it as their obligation and usually turn to others for their opinion.
Feed back is as basic for survival and health of persons as it is for other constituents of our world.
Big societies, institutions, corporations and governments need of it too.
But also small components of our world work better and are healthier when they take advantage of it.
Operating systems and forums are included in this last group, and certainly this forum is also included.
For more than 30 years I've earned my living letting people know how they (or their beloved) were doing and in many cases helping them to recover what they considered was "health".
These 30 years have helped me to learn some basic things about this feed back mechanism.
Perhaps the most important one is that this mechanism doesn't work properly if the interested body doesn't truly tell the consultant how he is feeling.
This URL has a great advantage over others.
The Main Theme of its Forums include one that is called "Forum Specific - Forum Use/Users and Feed back"
I believe this means its officers knew most of the things I've just said.
So, I think they are doing fine, but, if they want to do things better the least they should do is, now and then, let the consultants know how they are feeling.
In that case, perhaps they should have at their exclusive service a sticky topic that may be should be called something like "How we are feeling" at Main Theme "Forum Specific - Forum Use/Users and Feed back" where they could
periodically let us know their feelings.
That would surely strengthen the virtuous circle of feed back.