At one time we had the ability to contact the staff directly, but it seems that we no longer have that luxury.
Maybe the Forum is the only place to raise matters of concern these days.
I just noticed user Peio86 is submitting the same books twice (I can't detect any discernible differences, although the 2nd time around the user is adding more information): https://books.discogs.com/users/peio86
If the staff read this then you might like to raise this matter with the user.
A lot look like dupes but some have slightly different info, seems to have two copies of lots of books.
You could be right, but it would be helpful if the user added some details to differentiate one edition from the other. At the moment it just looks like a whole heap of duplicate submissions.
Contacting the user is probably a best, did you try commenting on the history pages for those suspected dupes or messaging through Discogs?
You can still open up a support request for staff through the Help & Support link in the footer.
I have left a couple of comments including this: https://books.discogs.com/book/716318-colon-y-su-secreto/history
It is possible the user may respond.
No doubt you know who I am and in the past I have acted like the traffic warden on this site and the next thing I know I am on the receiving end of abuse. I am happy to leave messages in the history of subs, but I have got no intention of sending private messages because I have found this leads to arguments.
I did look at the Help & Support page, but I didn't notice the 'Submit a request' tab in the top right hand corner. I will remember that in future.
While I am, at I just came across this user: https://books.discogs.com/users/hester2542 who has submitted numerous books that consist of a title, author, format, language and no images. They are so generic that they are just pointless.
Try this instead:
While I am at it, I just came across this user: https://books.discogs.com/users/hester2542 who has submitted numerous books that consist of a title, author, format, language and no images. They are so generic that they are just pointless.
I will add that I have switched off notifications from Bookogs because I don't want umpteen messages sent to my personal email address everyday. This makes it a bit tricky to keep track of any replies I might receive to comments left in the History. It means I am totally reliant on my memory to keep checking various subs.
I have wondered if the recent move of the satellite sites to the Discogs subdomain has meant that notifications are now sent to a user's Discogs message box instead of their private email address. It would be great if that was the case.
It is depressing to see books that lack basic info to identify them, but no images is the icing on the cake!