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We have implemented our rating reminder for your downloaded releases and the server has detected you have 0 unrated releases please click on the link below to rate your releases now. Once you have given your Audio, Video score and Thumb Up/Down OR reported a problem with a release, that release will disappear from your list. You can also add a comment on the release from this page without having to locate the release again. Help OZnzb build a stronger community by rating now !!
If you don't want to rate a particular release you can also click on the ignore button next to that release. Please look in our forums if you would like more information on the ratings feature.
Welcome to the OZnzb user moderation feature!
To be able to use this feature you must read and agree to these rules and abide and adhere to them at all times.
There have been quite a lot if releases that have been reported as passworded or spam when they are in fact not. Whether this has been intentional misuse by some or just users clicking the report button by accident; either way, we need your help as the community to help with the upkeep of the reported releases.
We are actively removing all confirmed password and spam releases from the index so that we are not wasting yours and other users bandwidth and time on crap releases. Our aim is to have the cleanest and most accurate index and the most active community. Unfortunately these crap releases make their way into our index as we automatically index over 300+ usenet groups. Whilst we have filters in place to weed out the junk these filters constantly need tweaking as the posters change the way they code and upload the releases to usenet.
All users (including freeloaders) can now change a passworded or spam reported release made by them if it has been marked in error.
This new "Moderation" feature is only open to VIP, VIP+, and Legend Status users. It allows you to view all reported spam and passworded releases to either 'agree'' or 'disagree' with the reporting. All releases that have been agreed as passworded or spam will be removed from our index. If you disagree with a report the report will be removed straight away and no further reports will be accepted for that release. To agree or disagree with a reported release you are required to "test" the report. This means that you need to download the NZB and confirm if the report is correct or not. You are not allowed to simply look at the release and assume it or is not as reported, for clarification WE REQUIRE YOU TO ACTUALLY CONFIRM IF IT IS OR ISN'T. If any user is found to be abusing this system, the resulting action will/could include; loss of VIP status or cancelation of your account all together! You must confirm that you have read and agree to these rules to be able to use this feature, to do this please type "I Agree" (this is case sensitive without the quotes) in the box below and this will enable the feature for your account.
If you test a release and get an out of servers retention error this does not mean that you can agree as you have not successfully tested the release. If you are testing a passworded release and SAB pauses the release because "archive requires a password" you need to tell sab to continue to download the release and confirm if this is the actual case as SAB still has some issues with false positive password detection.
You have a new menu option in the blue bar called "Mods" under this menu there are 2 pages "Release Report Password List" and "Release Report Spam List" both of these pages will show all releases that have been reported and not actioned. You can sort these results based on all of the fields shown at the top in bold and you can also filter the results based on "Poster", "Release Name". This page allows you to send a reported "release to SAB" (provided you have SAB configured in your profile).
You can also remove a reported spam or password report from inside an individual release by simply clicking the disagree link inside the report bubble. Also removing a spam report will also remove the passworded report if a release had been reported as both and vice versa.
OZnzb would like to thank you, our community for helping to make this site so great!! Without all of you this site wouldn't be as awesome as it is today and for the future.