No reason not to keep on when you are making wrong decisions.
Your answer is rubbish. You do not answer on my arguments, nor do you state any of your own.
To you free speech does not play a role on this forum. How arrogant and ignorant. Are you located in china or east europe? When you stop a post from being published then you censor. I asked my question on another ubuntu forum. 2 who answered found my question trolling. One wrote ubuntu is not spying. 2 of the 3 who replied, answered my question. No one answered in a flaming way. There was no censorship. One told me this forum is not paid by canonical. So it can only be misunderstood loyalty, and that you do not have the skills to handle such matters. Because you have failed to show what trolling is, and when you use the trolling rule, you have achieved that I take no notice in what you call trolling, and I will write exactly what I want. From another forum I have learned, that several ubuntu forums do not accept any criticism about ubuntu. So adms are in general to linked up with ubuntu. Stupid when it is about open software.
The big letters used must have occurred because I write in libreoffice, and then copy and paste.
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My post is, and should be covered by freedom of speech,
I don't know where you get that idea from. Anything you post is covered by the forum Code of Conduct (http://ubuntuforums.org/index.php?page=policy) to which you agreed when you created your forum account. The CoC disallows several things, for instance all political and religious discussion, so in that respect you do not have complete freedom of speech here. More relevant to your post, the CoC also forbids trolling:
*Trolling, Attacks and Flaming:* These are always forbidden.
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Your post was most definitely trollish and a warning was appropriate. Bear in mine that this was only a warning – it was not an infraction. A warning simply reminds you of the need to keep within the Code of Conduct.
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Complaint on elfy, who acting as administrator decided to censor my post
You were not being censored. Elfy was acting according to the CoC:
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You have received a warning which I agree with. I suggest you move on.
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