(Now I am reading back my finished reply to You, and as a plain text it looks and feels a bit “attacking”, but it’s not meant to be like that at all, please don’t take anything personally, and I might sound like a smarta**, but I’m just writing what pops in my mind after reading your reply to me, actually I like your idea about the 3 tracks-per-week-thing!)
At first I hated corporate style, I couldn’t do it too, but in my humble opinion it doesn’t matter if I like a job, or not, this is not art to me, it is a job to me that I’m trying to do as best as I can, and the most efficient as I can, meaning creating the best quality in the shortest amount of time I can, and I think whoever thinks being fast is lazy, I think they are the lazy ones, because they don’t take time to improve themselves or improve on their workflow, so they can crank out a bunch of tracks in a short time. Please don’t take this personally at all, I’m just writing now what comes to my mind after reading your comment, which I think has good ideas,
for example that 3 tracks per week upload limit, I would vote for that too! Because it would mean already 1 more upload per 2 weeks which is usually AudioJungle’s review time, and as you said the author’s abilities (for ex. upload limit) should increase over time… over time might work, but maybe I would add over something else too, maybe approval/rejection ratio too.
For example if somebody is uploading 12 tracks for 4 weeks, and non of them are approved, then he will stay at the default 3 tracks per week upload limit,
on the other hand if another person is uploading 12 tracks for 4 weeks, and let’s say 10 of 12 tracks gets approved, then he/she should get an “upload-limit-raise” or something, so from now on this another person can upload let’s say 4 tracks per week,
and if he/she keeps the good approval/rejection ratio, then another 4 weeks later he/she can upload 5 tracks PER WEEK (and not per usually-around-2-weeks-review-time), and so on.
If somebody here thinks that there is a problem with this idea, please let me know, I want to learn and understand, and be a helpful part of this community.