[ros-general] unacceptable behavior in the forums--we may
need aforum moderator
rené Tournois <firstname.lastname@example.org> @postfix4-2.free.fr
rené Tournois <email@example.com> at postfix4-2.free.fr
Mon Feb 23 09:59:30 CET 2004
At 08:43 23/02/2004 +0100, you wrote:
>On Sun, Feb 22, 2004 at 10:41:23PM -0800, Wierd Wierd wrote:
>> I was cruising the forums a little bit ago, and came
>> across some rather unpleasant postings by some of our
>> users. It would be in our best interests to clean
>> them up promptly, as their disrespect to people with
>> honest questions reflects poorly on our developers,
>> and the project as a whole.
>> There may be more, but I found the derogatory postings
>> in the 'Please...' thread, and the "Blue screen of
>> death" thread.
>> I hope this is an isolated incident, but if it keeps
>> up, we may have to have a dedicated forum moderator to
>> keep things civil in there. Some people just dont
>> know how to be nice to each other.
>Then you'll get endless debates over where moderators should draw the
>line. Personally i don't like censorship, and i think only exceptionally
>disrupting postings (like the one concerning Betov, and the one which
>links to the source code) should be removed. It might however be better
>if we'd require a login...
Though on my own RosAsm Board, i am in favour of a "zero sensorship" rule,
for a Board like ReactOS one, keeping completely free from war threads is
a must. There is no limit to what the Anti-Gpl guys are able to do.
Also, forcing to registration would be much more frustrating, IMHO, than
deleting offending and WW3 threads.
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