I request that the names of dedicated editorial channels be posted in the chat guidelines. It is too often that somebody goes into #site19 looking for help only to be ignored or talked over. This is not conducive to the editorial process. I know that there are channels that are less populated and more focused than #site19 but in order for others receive the help they need these channels should be made visible on the chat guideline page. I frankly don't understand why the editorial channels are unlisted especially in light of listing some of the RP channels and the ponies and minecraft channels.
Or better yet, the ops should just reinstate the rule that SCP discussion takes precedence, so we don't have a channel that is ostensibly for discussing SCPs that is used purely for online dorkery. The number of times I've seen a newbie get shouted down by loudmouthed people who are completely off-topic is rather off-putting.
The reason why I ask is because site 19 is often so chaotic that it is difficult to get an idea heard. Directly requesting OP intervention can be intimidating for newcomers.
I've seen ops intervene when topics become political or contentious in a thread to move the discussion to a separate venue. I've also seen ops set the channel to +mod+ to get people to pay attention to drafts. Neither approach seems efficient. If site staff or mods or ops have set up channels for draft review these channels should be listed so as to not waste anybody's time.