Ofc im not saying you should have complaints at all but keep it constructive and postivive, the last thing people should have to do is worrying and being annoyed because of a game.
Amen to that. Feedback and suggestions are great and from my experience always well received by officers. From a human perspective, the more nicely the feedback is phrased, the more likely it will be taken into consideration. We're all here for fun, and we should all respect that.
With regards to the raid organisation, I'm often a silent observer on the boards as I haven't had much time for LOTRO lately. I wanted to do Draigoch this week and it made sense that this week raid schedule would be posted once last week's lot was over, so I checked on Wednesday after the raid and there it was.
Ideally we'd have a designated day to post raids, yet I don't think this is possible (or fair to ask). Raid leaders and officers RL does and will always go first. So the way I see it, it's the responsibility of the people interested in raiding to keep an eye out on the board, trusting that the organisers will do their best to post it early.
With regards to Raid going or not going, it happens, however disappointing this might be. The gear bought for the occasion does keep. After all, it's not as if we were all going on a week long camping trip and all the provisions would go to waste.
I guess my point is that we all need to stay cool and flexible, and thank the people who help us run as many raids as we do now because looking after a community as big as ours is no mean feat. So thank you guys.