Is the current "foldering" system fair?
You know about "foldering"-- when a user posts multiple deals from the same site, the earlier ones collapse into a tree. But did you also notice that the whole domain must match, allowing some enthusiastic¹ vendors to avoid folding?
For example, laalo posts deals from "classic" laalo.com as well as mobile, geekout, family, and mobile (all .laalo.com). These are usually posted all in a row, and they don't fold. There are others, too: dailysteals, thatdailydeal, 13deals,... Contrast with jennycrowdsavings, whose deals do fold.
It's annoying that these vendors tend to post all in a row. And I think it is unfair that some vendors get to skirt the folding via tertiary-level domain names.
Should we ask for a fix?
P.S. I think we discussed this at some point-- couldn't find the thread; can someone else locate? But as the proportion of vendors goes up, so does the frequency of this behavior.
¹ @hobbit coined this euphemism for a certain canned meat product.