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Extreme moderation concerns.
« on: August 01, 2008, 05:37:48 AM »
Hey, Vindiction7 here.  This is going to be my last post here.

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Here  is what OneWinged4ngel said:
As is, these aspects are not really seen as technical challenges.  I think that they should be perceived more as technical challenges.

Here is my response:
You mean you don't see them as technical challenges.  I assure you that the people who are good at these things do.

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There happen to be several complete communities online that do perceive these issues as technical challenges.  The Forge, Story Games.com, Lumpley Games, Evil Hat and Burning Wheel, just to name a few off the top of my head.

From my point of view the comment is kinda funny because the writer is completely naïve about the world at large.

And for the record that is a plural nonspecific “you” as in “you guys.”

Also, drop the victimization.  Every comment against your position is not an attack.

So, I questioned this, and got banned.  They talk about flaming, then flame a guy.  They talk about being naive about the world, when the guy is referring to one forum:  This one.  And they make straw man arguments.  And when someone disagrees with a mod here?  Well, gee, they get the last flaming words and lock the thread, and if anyone questions it in a PM to the moderators, they get immediately banned.

Geez, I don't think Gamer Zero even ever did anything like that.  :fu

I came here to get away from the bullshit, and now there's more of it than ever before.  I've never seen anyone ban someone for asking why something happened in a private message.

All new levels of moderation insanity.  Hidden where you least expect it.   Freakin' amazing.
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