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For expedience, the web service behind the autocomplete of the search box and the bricklist set selection, uses a table which is recreated overnight.
Merged Threads: YC 12-30-11
Bricklist owner moderation would only realistically be viable if (1) Bricklist owners visited their Bricklists frequently enough to check on comments and delete those which were inappropriate, and (2) Bricklist owners were clear on what constitutes inappropriate content. I suspect that in most cases it would probably work fine, but it's the significant minority of cases where the Bricklist owner doesn't visit their list/is no longer registered/has a more lenient attitude to what's acceptable that would be the problem.
I'm not sure how many Bricklists there are, but the "significant minority" could in practice be quite a lot.....
But seriously I agree, comments would be nice, but possibly hard to control.
There really are a lot of Bricklists that are a waste of space... seems to be quite a few (possibly younger than supposed to be members, that have lists like... "My awesome Ninjago collection".....