I usually am not that good at giving feedback.
Even if its constructive criticism that the person would be thankful to receive, I still feel weird telling them they did something wrong.
This is probably why I am...startled (couldn't find a word to explain what i meant) whenever I come across a thread of what can only be described as...angry. I know that Warframe isn't perfect, that DE isn't perfect, and that the core group of devs we talk to every day aren't perfect. But I don't think they deserve the onslaught of unbridled rage some people submit as comments/forum posts. This is compounded even further when I see the calm, undisturbed tone of the devs/mods when they reply to these posts. I know that this loud, screamy group is a minority, and I am grateful that the game I love has a community that I can also love. But right now, I speak to that minority, and whoever has written an angry, extreme post "talking" about some issue within the game: Think
The people that have to respond to you and fix the issues you present are humans to, and capable of mistakes. As far as I know, calmly addressing an issue instead of jumping to extremes gets things done the best, most efficient way.
You don't need to scream at someone to have them fix something they love.
PS: I know, sometimes "harsh" or more intense words are needed to spur things into action, I'm just talking about the people who seem to forget they are playing a game that is first and foremost, fun and free.
PPS: I "moved" this from my original post in Off Topic cause no one saw it and this is one of the few things I've ever said that I feel people should think about