I think recently you too deleted some posts and/or banned some users.
There were obvious cases (SPAM) but what was your problem - for example - with @Tyler-Conley's post please.
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@György-Farkas His use of profanity was the reason for a 3 day ban. I sought clarification from Lazar regarding the policy. This is not an unusual moderation response to the use of profanity.
The only other users I have banned have been total SPAM ie money lending, drugs, viagra, lottery tickets etc. The only person who got a banned by me for anything else is @Tyler-Conley, so he is not an "example" but rather the exception.
@crispyoz Thank you for the prospective clarification.
It's good to know there's also some temporary ban. What about some prior warning?
Q: Use the well known RTFM initialism in a post is a profanity too?
The only person who got a banned by me for anything else is @Tyler-Conley, so he is not an "example" but rather the exception.
From bottom view: No - this can be rather the first example of a bad trend.
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@György-Farkas I have removed the ban from @Tyler-Conley as your response indicates you know he is not a bot, which was why the account received the longer ban. So he effectively received a 1 day ban for offensive language.
I've posted official guidelines and terms of service for the Onion Community Forum so that we can all be on the same page.
@Lazar-Demin Thank you.