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[D] Ghosted by workshop. Is this normal?

Hi all.

I recently submitted a paper to a CVPR workshop for the first time since completing my postgrad studies almost 20 years ago. The deadline was first moved out by a week (so that it coincided with the deadline for the camera ready version of the paper to be submitted) and has since passed. We received neither a notification of acceptance nor of a rejection. I would honestly be fine with a rejection, but I was expecting some review feedback indicating where the perceived weaknesses of the paper might be so that I might improve upon it. Not only did I not get any feedback, but I received no communication at all. I’ve been worried about about possible mail glitches (checked my spam folder repeatedly) and tried contacting workshop organisers both via Microsoft CMT and directly via e-mail. No response whatsoever. From my viewpoint this is extremely unprofessional. Do I escalate this further, as I believe it reflects badly on CVPR as a whole? Or is this normal nowadays?

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