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    SocialistPunk
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    Thanks for getting back moderator 1, very much appreciated.I'm not trying to tie down moderators, I just think once a moderator has made a decision regarding what constitutes a breach of forum rules, certain standard procedures could be adopted for most "punishments". Serious consideration in the form of indefinite suspensions or total forum bans, being left for the most serious breaches of abuse or legally suspect posting, spamming etc.I've already said that a standard procedure might make it easier for mods' and should help reduce accusations of bias, and anything to make a moderators job more tolerable can only be a good thing, surely.What thread should be used for any further suggestions regarding moderation? 

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    moderator1
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    SocialistPunk wrote:
    Thanks for getting back moderator 1, very much appreciated.I'm not trying to tie down moderators, I just think once a moderator has made a decision regarding what constitutes a breach of forum rules, certain standard procedures could be adopted for most "punishments". Serious consideration in the form of indefinite suspensions or total forum bans, being left for the most serious breaches of abuse or legally suspect posting, spamming etc.I've already said that a standard procedure might make it easier for mods' and should help reduce accusations of bias, and anything to make a moderators job more tolerable can only be a good thing, surely.What thread should be used for any further suggestions regarding moderation? 

    If you or anybody else have any suggestions just stick up a thread here titled 'Moderation suggestions'

    #107481
    Anonymous
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    [/quote]If you or anybody else have any suggestions just stick up a thread here titled 'Moderation suggestions'[/quote] That has to be a joke. There is no way I am going to risk another suspension, lol 

    #107482
    Anonymous
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    moderator1 wrote:
    However, when applying the rules I do consider other offences, how many times they were warned over what length of time, and how many previous suspensions etc.  If I failed to do this I would not be moderating in an acceptable and approriate manner. Nonetheless, whatever rules and guidelines are drawn up there will always be some who would never find them "appropriate and acceptable".

    The capitalist courts do not allow previous offences to affect the jury. Moreover, previous offences are written off after a period of time. Does the bias and descrimination against past 'offenders' explicitly stated in your statement above continue indefinately or will a time come when previous 'offenders' will be treated equally with others. 

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