I ask this because I wonder what happens when a mod likes an user and do not want to enforce rules, even if deserved. If you can act independently any other mod can enforce rules, but if not, this let's call "unfair mod" could impose his/her refulsal to act and double-standards will go rampant...
I would like to comment a case, but I would like to read first what you have to say about this.
Hello. May I ask you a question? When you (forum staff) have to deal with an user and decide if a punishment is in order (permaban, ban, warning, etc) how do you do this? Do you discuss the case between all of you and achieve a solution by consensus? Or are you supposed to act independently, according to your own criteria?
I'm scared. I'm having a mole removed and tested on Monday
Yes. Please close this old type-me thread:
An user has imprudently commented here, bringing it back again. I cannot close it because it was created during my former participation in the forum. My username was deleted so it no longer belongs to me (or anyone).
I do not like having it in competition with my new type-me thread; many discussions and observations are no longer valid and could bias people.
Excuse me, are you a moderator (because of green username)?
Hey Abbie - we don't actually use anything different, so "lol" is still "lol" and that's true for "brb" as well. I guess the USA set the standard for everything regarding internet stuff!
ILE - ENTp