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So how long does it generally take epilogue to respond? I submitted some drawings well over a month ago, probably more like 2 or 3 months (long enough for me to forget and only remember just now) and I still haven't had any response. Is this typical or is my art so crappy they decided I wasn't worth responding to?
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From:nickgraves
Date:November 6th, 2005 08:25 pm (UTC)
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Wow...that is a long time. I’m not sure what the average is over there anymore, I haven’t submitted anything in ages. I know when I did have a gallery there I used to get things approved or rejected in as little as 2 minutes some times and other times it took a few days...a week and then later a month or so. The longest waits I had were right up at the end and that was about a 6 month wait that resulted in a rejection of three pieces. I am pretty sure the pieces were looked at by at least 1 (probably 2) moderators because the views on the unpublished works went up by 2 each time before they were rejected, but the actual rejection took ages to go through, so I’m not sure if the system is just slow to catch up with what selections the actual editors make or if the process of deciding what gets published and what doesn’t really does take that long. Personally, I think it’s too long(because I absolutely spaz having this unknown factor hanging in the air for any length of time), but I have to assume there is some reason for it. It’s just not something they are very open about discussing.
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From:rhiamon
Date:November 6th, 2005 09:17 pm (UTC)
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From:nickgraves
Date:November 6th, 2005 09:48 pm (UTC)
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>>>Very occasionally, a bug causes a submitted piece to be INVISIBLE to the editors. If, and ONLY if, you've waited 30+ days, and you can see in your stats that your submission has NEVER been viewed, then report it to chad@epilogue.net. Do not report it to the editors. We can't help you. <<<

So, would it even be worth reporting it to him and bothering him about, or would it be just as easy to delete and resubmit? I mean, I assume the system wouldn't just have a bias against a certain picture and keep making it invisible just because it doesn't like it LOL, so couldn't you just resubmit?
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