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    Re: obvious and blatant abuse of priviledge by a mod

    As for your original post that recieved the warning and jailing you may find that this explains
    it

    From the code of conduct


    1. Be respectful of all users at all times. This means please use etiquette and politeness. Treat people with kindness and gentleness. If you do this the rest of the code of conduct won't need more than a cursory mention.
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    Re: obvious and blatant abuse of priviledge by a mod

    Quote Originally Posted by KiwiNZ View Post
    "...because i don't think he's in his right mind"

    "...i know there are MANY capable and smart mods here that can help me with this better than this "Sef" guy can."

    These are clearly rude and derogatory
    well they aren't... in fact, they are quite the opposite. you are totally taking it the wrong way.

    this is just amazing...

    (please don't give me another infraction because i'm disagreeing with you.)

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    Re: obvious and blatant abuse of priviledge by a mod

    Quote Originally Posted by KiwiNZ View Post
    As for your original post that recieved the warning and jailing you may find that this explains
    it

    From the code of conduct


    1. Be respectful of all users at all times. This means please use etiquette and politeness. Treat people with kindness and gentleness. If you do this the rest of the code of conduct won't need more than a cursory mention.
    2. Respect the forum staff. We provide a service in our free time to keep the forums running efficiently. We will occasionally ask for input, but in some cases we will not, please respect our decisions. Also, we do edit for content, if you have an issue with our moderation, please open a request in the forum resolution center.
    3. Profanity: Remember that the forums are used by people of all age groups and of all tolerance levels regarding profanity usage. When in the support areas of the forum, please try to keep your language polite and courteous and refrain from the usage of profanities. In the Cafe and Backyard areas, mild profanity/swearing is allowed in the context of general speech. Explicit profanity/swearing is not allowed, and under no circumstances will we allow any profanity to be directed toward another person. Please see the Ubuntu Code of Conduct's requirements to "Be Considerate" and to "Be Respectful" and the descriptions given there for more exact specifications. A language filter is in place to catch any profanities that you may have accidentally used. Do not attempt to circumvent the language filter by using variations or slight misspellings of profanities.
    4. Forum Threads and Flaming:
      • Flaming and condescending messages: Flames are messages that personally attack, call people names, or otherwise harass another forum member (or any person). These, along with any generally condescending posts will be moved or removed at the moderators discretion.
      • If the thread is flame-bait (appears to be intended to start an argument or is likely to cause an argument rather than enhance discussion), it will be locked or removed without notice. Individual flame-bait may be deleted or edited at the moderators' discretion. Any users who continue to post in this manner or engage in other questionable practices, like trolling (posting in an attempt to engage people in arguments) may be subject to more serious sanctions.
      • If the thread turns into an argument, it can be locked or removed without notice. Sometimes a moderator may split the thread or delete certain portions in order to keep the discussion going, but that is not always possible


    the word "sucks" is used in almost every thread in the UF... i really don't wanna waste my time reporting them all, so you should probably put all the threads in the jail right now.

    (please don't give me an infraction for stating a fact)

  4. #14
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    Re: obvious and blatant abuse of priviledge by a mod

    Your post in its whole is inappropriate , NOT just one word in it
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