The biggest complaint about the Idle Hubs program is that by the time you know your Hub has a problem, it's already been de-indexed.
Is there any possibility that a "warning" period could be instituted, so you have a few days to update/improve the Hub before the axe falls?
Great suggestion, Marisa, and thanks for making it official.
Let me bring it up with the team and see what we can do.
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