Not "looking for proofs [of] errors on WikiTree" and not "[trying] to find the profiles". Yes, being aware of (and alerting to) issues. Chris Whitten told me that's how it's done on WT -- "post it on G2G for discussion". So I'm doing that. Now I'm getting chided for it? Really??
Re-cap:I entered 2 profiles. Then, some time (an hour?) later, I searched for them and SEARCH didn't find them.
My bug report was NOT because i couldn't reach the profiles -- they were already on my activity feed, and they were in the browser's history.
My bug report was about a failure in SEARCH. (And I still do perceive it as a failure, even though the reason -- db-update lag -- has been explained to me. If SEARCH returns a list that may be incomplete because of update lag, it would be kindness to alert the SEARCHer.)
Apparently, WT does not adhere to a regular, or published, build schedule. Users have no reliable way to determine if something has been changed. Postings show that sometimes "fixes" don't work as intended. I sounded the alarm in case this was one of those times. And because no one else had yet done so. (But I can't possibly be the only one who experienced this update-lag, BTW.)
If SEARCH is not working properly, that would be a huge problem affecting every user and every profile. Let us not be so naive as to assume that such errors cannot be made.
I do not regret making this bug report. It was warranted. Thanks, Keith, for giving me an oppty to explain.