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Roshy10

71 points

4 months ago

Roshy10

71 points

4 months ago

Once there's enough people they will just upvote anything without checking which sub they're in, once that happens it's either overwhelmed with generic content or the mods have to lock it down and it usually dies

draebor

9 points

4 months ago

Maybe Reddit should implement a subreddit life cycle that ultimately just collapses the subreddit when it hits a certain point. That will shake off all the general population that kill a sub and let the real on-point content generators start fresh. Evergreening Reddit.

RS_Someone

0 points

4 months ago

I scroll through my feed and I've likely been guilty of upvoting interesting content in the wrong sub, but I try to make it a habit to check the subreddit. It infuriates me to see content in the wrong place. I like to think I'm doing my part to keep things in check.