I wouldn't really fault you for that. A lot of people tend to come to similar conclusions that there are rules to scanlation. Where there are rules, people are then supposed to follow them. The problem lies in the fact that there are no rules (we are knowingly breaking copyright laws), nor is there truly such thing as claiming a series. There only exists silent nods of agreement. Everyone has the same ability to get a raw page and do what they want with it. Hell, pg183 was done by a few people hours before LLS did theirs, they just didn't choose to upload it here.
That's not to say I, myself, don't think time is wasted in some regard. Having the benefit of being "first" leads me to wonder why the other continues to trail behind when there doesn't seem to be an increase in drive to do better, do it faster. On the other hand, LLS came out of nowhere and seemingly 'hijacked' it from them, so we don't really have the right to judge. While we work primarily for ourselves, we do still care for the series, its author, and the people that read it. That's why we try to fix errors and recombine pages in groups of ten, or seek out a means to work on volume-exclusive pages. Treat it like you would want to be treated, really.
I would love to put and end to duplicate pages, sure, but if it means either party has to willingly give up doing something they enjoy, then I'd rather deal with seeing it multiple times. Better yet, recommend the administration to figure out a way to filter it in their new reader.
Edited by Meiru, 22 October 2015 - 08:49 PM.