User talk:Fredddie

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I think there was some significant miscommunication in my last post, so let me try to clarify.

Suspension occurs only when the nominator is unable or unwilling to reply to comments within a reasonable timeframe, generally 1 month. If a nomination goes stale because nobody comments on it, it does not have to be suspended, and generally should not be so that it has a better chance of being reviewed.

I was planning on reviewing that particular article, but unfortunately looking at the dates that review was open, it seems that much of that timeframe was when I was inactive this spring. Besides that, I was also unable to try and push other nominations through ACR so that this one could eventually be reviewed, and the entirety of ACR stalled. Unfortunately, that tends to happen at ACR; CA 57 took 11 months to get through (though a lot of that was my own fault). The other concern that I had was that the unaddressed concerns from the first review did not appear to have been addressed.

I think by now you know me as a pretty straightforward guy, and I'm not trying to be rude, and I'm sorry if it came off that way. It was never intended to be anything personal, just trying to do what I think is best for the project. If you want, I can definitely review I-470 MO, though of course I can't give a guarantee of when I can get to it, due to my erratic activity patterns lately. --Rschen7754 05:40, 20 October 2014 (UTC)

I figured as much. I buried the thread so I wouldn't say something that I might regret later. A small change in my lifestyle has left my temper a little shorter than it used to be. I was just frustrated that nobody besides yourself bothered to look at it. –Fredddie 01:11, 21 October 2014 (UTC)