Yesterday I made several contributions to a show that does not have an editor. I added a new episode. When it was accepted, I added a guest star to it and wrote a full recap for it. These were also accepted. Then I watched the show on pause and cross-referenced it with the show's official site to add a full crew listing, followed by a full cast listing. I then added the latest episode, added a note and something else for the for the previous episode that I added.
The last set of contributions were all rejected, with the same note about requiring a source. I believe what happened was that the staff member who processed these saw that I had provided a crew listing and a cast listing without providing a source (though I had provided a source last season when I added production info), and then just rejected and copied/pasted the note for the remaining contributions, even though the last three did not require a source.
First of all, I need a source to provide the line producer or casting director of an episode? What, you think I just made that up and pulled it out of my, uh, ear?
Second, now I have a bunch of contributions that were rejected incorrectly, which is now in my denied stat for nothing. Worse, to re-submit them, I would have to spend another 20 minutes clicking through and typing all that stuff for the crew and cast lists, just because I didn't copy and paste a single 20-character line again?
Blerg! So what now? Is there an easier way to handle this than just wasting a bunch of time?