Why can we not mark a pqueue as dead?

I like to browse through VideoSift to see all kinds of new videos. Mostly, this is not just what is on the front page, but also videos sitting in people's pqueues and other older videos that mostly everyone has long forgotten about.

So, occasionally I come across a pqueue video that is dead. Normally I would just nudge the submitter by posting a comment on their profile that lets them know... however a lot of times these users have disappeared into the Ethernet never to return.

This sucks because this video is trapped in limbo. I can't fix it by marking it dead and letting it get to the dead pool to fix, nor can I submit it myself, as per the sift guidelines (Chapter 30, Section 5 of the FAQ states "Duplicates will be * discarded. A duplicate video is one which contains content already on VideoSift in a published, queued, personal queued, or dead video submission.")

So in conclusion, I would like to be able to mark pqueues as dead too.

As usual, thanks for tuning in.

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