Please don't pull the rug out from under your indexers/reviewers
I found a batch today of a record from UK Middlesex Part B (1500s to 1988). The screen indicated 99 percent of all the batches were already done with 4 - 6 batches left. I picked up one of those remaining batches which was partially indexed. It covered the period October 1678 to March 1679. I found many errors in what was done and added substanial new entries. I completed the batches entries and began a complete review to catch any errors I might have made. I had reviewed some 40 entries of approximately 99 in the batch, when suddenly the screen had a pink warning block that stated that the batch was no longer available. It was pulled back so abruptly, without warning, that I cannot tell you the exact batch number. I had not exceeded, by any stretch, the one week I should have had to complete this. In my estimation, it is unconscionable to do that to any indexer or reviewer. If I can check a batch out, I should be able to finish it, especially when I am processing it in a timely manner. Since I did the batch, I should have the satisfaction of being credited with doing it. The system should enable Family Search to see someone is currently working on a project and not so, may I say, rudely retrieve it.