Re: 2 questions about the Yahoo Group transfer
Harm Selling <h.selling@...>
> You do know that groups can pay extra to be prioritized, don't you? I assume that is what you're seeing.
If that's the cause of the growing queue, I wonder if it's wise to offer a priority possibility in a period of an increasing number of customers and a deadline because of the upcoming closure of Yahoo Groups.
If Groups.io cannot deliver on the demand before the closure of Yahoo Groups, it has to refund a lot of payments (because of not fulfilling the agreements). If there's a continuous stream of customers with priority (I think companies, because 200 dollar is an exorbitant amount for individuals), the backlog is growing bigger and cannot be solved anymore.
I think the current priority should be eliminating the backlog instead of making money from priority requests.
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