A week ago, I started putting a message on the manager's bulletin board and sending a private message at the same time. That way, I can use the timestamp of the bulletin board message as a reference, and it helps others to see that things are handled too. And today, I also copied the first page of my proposed merges to my word processor to administer things.
But now that I've done that, I feel so tired that I probably will not complete this procedure for the other 100 proposed merges ever, and rather give up on merging, because the process was made more difficult by WikiTree management some weeks ago.
Right now, it looks like WikiTree gives unresponsive managers an advantage by demanding us to send a bulletin board message and a private one for each and every profile that we want to merge. That was not the case for profiles older than 200 years, at least the form didn't demand that, but now the process has gone too difficult to look reasonable to me.
As far as I'm concerned we have a web server that can do this kind of werk. If it can list merges proposed by us, and sort those on date, it can also figure out which managers are unresponsive, and do the emailing for us. I say that, because I consider unresponsive managers to be a site problem, and not a personal one, like it seems to be now, with good willing people doing all the administrative work. That's what computers are for, aren't they?