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Rule About Discussing Mod/Admin Actions
Stargate38Date: Saturday, 20.12.2014, 21:21 | Message # 1
Astronaut
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I saw this rule, and it really upsets me:

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Discussion of administration's (forum administrators' and moderators') actions is strongly prohibited in any forums and threads, except for the special forum intended for the discussion of all aspects of the whole forum work.


What special forum? I can't find any. WHY on Earth is public talk about Mod/Admin actions prohibited?! Please give a reason for that, or at least more details about said rule, because it upsets me that members can't publicly talk about bans, warnings, etc. without breaking the rules. angry

@HarbingerDawn: did you read my PM?

EDIT: WHY did you move this into archive instead of answering my question?!


Edited by Stargate38 - Saturday, 20.12.2014, 22:05
 
WatsisnameDate: Saturday, 20.12.2014, 22:42 | Message # 2
Galaxy Architect
Group: Global Moderators
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Because public discussion of forum moderation actions is almost never productive for anyone, particularly when highly emotional parties are involved. I am sorry that you disagree with this rule, but it is not going to go away, and demanding answers to your questions about it in an enraged manner is neither tolerable nor conducive to any form of rational discussion. I am giving you a two day's break from the forum to calm down.




 
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