I repeat Can you reveal to the community your source of information in regards to the "weekly meetings"
Why does the time frame matter? I said weekly as I have a recollection of reading a post somewhere that the way they operate is to gather feedback and then mail it to the US in their weekly report. I could have said daily. I could have said fortnightly. Point is they've said that they read out feedback and pass it on to the US, as they're supposed to do as part of their job role.
Just to throw more links out which I'm coming across in my search to finally find the one in which they describe their work schedule:
the community - Draztal, Community
10/10/2012 11:26Posted by DraztalThe problem is that many of these constructive posts feel very unsatisfying for the person who opens the thread. Very recently I sat down and wrote a thread about all the things I felt about the new expansion and I tried to be as constructive as I could. The end result was a pretty long thread, which was responded to by a couple of trolls and a handful of people who agreed. The only way I know that a Blizzard employee actually saw the thread was that both troll posts are no longer present in it.
Right, as an individual, I share that concern; however, we don't really have the capacity to go blue-tagging good threads so we can acknowledge they've been read. I know, that's frustrating, but trust me, those threads are read, feedback is gathered from them, and not just by the European Community Team, our developers read these forums as well. It just happens that time is finite and if we devoted most of the day to acknowledge that those threads are being read, then we'd be mostly spamming the forums with a "this thread has been read". I wish I had a better answer for this, but unfortunately, I don't.I tend to agree. It's kind of frustrating when you take time to write constructive points about certain areas to have them ignored, or trolled. It would be lovely to get the occasional Blue presence to give a small comfort that the post has been read, and to give the CMs credit, they seem to be doing a bit more responding recently, most notably (imo) with Vaneras' input on the CRZ thread.
For some topics, sometimes we just don't have answers to provide you (and for the record, in most occasions, neither do the developers at that moment, either). So it's kind of a "we know this is on-going but at this moment we really don't have anything we can share". It's trickier than it may look from the outside :-)