I have just saw this post on IQ...
It is full of technical analysis and what seems like future updates for IQ.
So I got excited, a lot of great changes coming for IQ! I even thought Simon posted it at first since it was way off topic plus the content of it.
Then I find white tiger posted it and another moderator closed it! Talk about confusing. Is white tiger part of the technical staff, a moderator or was that a mistake posted to the wrong place?
Is that an official analysis with what is planned for IQ in the future?
Please let us all know what is going on?
Also white tiger if you are here. Could you yourself clear this up? I would very much appreciate that.
Thank you... Wade C.
White Tiger is just an ordinary (if occasionally overenthusiastic) user.
Note that White Tiger's post is closed, because it was posted to the wrong place. It should have been posted here on the Meta site, not on the main site, because it is about the workings of the site, and not a topic about spirituality or metaphysics. A genuine staff member would almost certainly have known the correct place to post a question like this.
The site that White Tiger is referring to in his post, http://www.modern.ie/en-us/, is a Microsoft website dedicated to helping website designers make better websites. Most of White Tiger's post is a copy/paste of an analysis made by submitting the Inward Quest website address to this page: http://www.modern.ie/en-us/report.
While Microsoft's website does detect some potential problems, you may have noticed that the Inward Quest website works perfectly well anyway. That's because the Web (that part of the Internet that can be viewed with a web browser, just like you are doing now), was never meant to be perfect. There are many websites that have things wrong with them, including sites like Amazon, and these errors never get fixed because they never cause a problem for the site owners. Fixing the errors doesn't add any new features to the site anyway.
Moderators are not some secret society. Moderators and staff members can be identified by the diamond (or double-diamond) next to their name (Example here: http://meta.inwardquest.com/users/1/simon-templeton/). If they don't have that marking next to their name, they're not a moderator or staff member.
The software that runs Inward Quest is "open-source" (it is freely available, and maintained by people who have nothing to do with Inward Quest). It wouldn't surprise me if the entire technical staff of Inward Quest consisted of Simon Templeton and one other member.
no I am not part of the technical staff. I am just a user like you. that like technology. I try to keep up to date. I do not know all but I know what I know. I have put that question to help them improve the site giving them free tool that they might not have know about. they can make the choice that they want to use or not to use them, they have free will like everyone else of us. I am not a divider am I. will also say that if he as internet explorer 11 he can also press f 12 and run many toll on the website to look for error and see how the web site affect the system on the user side.
here is a link about it if you are interested: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ie/bg182326(v=vs.85).aspx
@Wade I think you & I were playfully referring to this question & @Simon's answer & why you & I as well as many others think there are moderators among us. There is no link button for any of the answers, so you'll have to scroll down to read what @Simon said.
You may want to read the link I posted as well. I'll include a couple paragraphs from @Simon s post.
@Wade & @ white tiger ~~~ be flattered - mods are NOT a bad thing.