With all due respect it’s contradicting to make a thread accusing people of:
- Crying over hard rejections
- Spamming the forums
- Creating pointless threads
then when someone approaches you with a similar tone, say “I really don’t like your language, I think you were disrespectful towards me”. By that logic, what you did in of itself was disrespectful. If you were to say you’re just trying to help by providing a valuable solution - look at my comment in the same perspective.
As for the hard rejection part:
It helps even with HARD rejections because
Often times there is going back. There have been plenty of times where authors revamped their items because of the feedback they received and the item was approved
It provides better clarity as to why the item was rejected, from multiple standpoints, pinpointing what possibly went wrong
Said feedback can further teach the authors what to do/not to do for future references, decreasing their rejection rates
The hard rejection is a very broad rejection letter. It doesn’t go into detail as to exactly why you were rejected, and even the reviewers would tell you they aren’t able to do so because the sheer volume of added work would slow down the queue… which is the reason why they encourage you to post in the item feedback section.
Again, this is all when it’s done right. Had your argument solely been about the way some authors provide feedback is pointless, I would’ve agreed. However, you blamed the authors who ask for help, and disrespected them while claiming you want to help wherever you can.
I’m well aware of how progress works, and every aspect of what you just described goes on in the item feedback category. If you feel otherwise, be that change and make it happen - don’t try to tuck it away because you don’t want to see it.