I guess the thing that worries me here is that as consumers we're used to complaining to management as our only way of getting things fixed.
But mastodon is a community effort, built and administered by people who care, so just criticizing stuff in a huffy mood just makes you seem entitled and unwilling to help.
Devs and admins are people too! Let them hear your thoughts, but be kind!
@Aros i'd say that being in a bad mood when criticising something isn't a huge problem, it's only when you get rude to others that a problem arises. it's understandable that someone might not be too happy about software that isn't meeting their needs, or that has caused them problems, imo.
@Aros This is true, of course, but I think there's still use in mentioning things you'd like changed even if you don't know how (at the time). I've prioritized things to do partially based on what I've seen/heard gripes about. (Well, also on my own interests, but what people are saying factors in.)