AdderXYU wrote:By this logic, I'd be deleting all the "congrats!" posts that don't go into depth also.
All told, this is an interesting problem. On the one hand you've got the "chacun a son gout" types who simply do not like a design but, in fact, cannot say why. If they don't go into detail, chop those posts out.
On the other hand, I must admit that I get literally bored (yeah, I know this is my problem, not yours) about the ten or twenty-some-odd "Congrats on the shirt/print" that then don't go any further.
So: is it important to retain all of these sorts of posts (and, of course, the feedback that results) or would it be wiser to nip the, uh, stuff in the bud?
edit: I've been studying the dynamics of social intercourse on "bulletin boards" or "chat programs" like this since 1988.