Moderation Suggestions

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  • #108742
    Anonymous
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    BobAndrews wrote:
    Mon, 25/09/2017 – 9:57am (new) Who's the babe with the red hair and shades? Bit different from the hairy, pungent feminists who at one time infested the Party. 

    Any warning for this comment? Reminder? If not then why not?Why does this Troll receive preferential treatment?  

    #108743
    moderator1
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    Vin wrote:
    BobAndrews wrote:
    Mon, 25/09/2017 – 9:57am (new) Who's the babe with the red hair and shades? Bit different from the hairy, pungent feminists who at one time infested the Party. 

    Any warning for this comment? Reminder? If not then why not?Why does this Troll receive preferential treatment?  

    See # 275.

    #108744
    Anonymous
    Inactive
    moderator1 wrote:
    See # 275.

    ?  That is not about Trolls or Bob Andrews. You are avoiding my questions by making the discussion personal. Let's keep the focus on Bob

    #108745
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    I was the moderator of the WSM forum and I was not treated properly either. I was given very limited functions and I was doing all the dirty works, and confronting the troubles makers,   and others members had unlimited functions, in the real world it is called discrimination.I am a member of the WSM and I was expelled from the forum of the WSPUS because I presented my point of view, and they did not give me any warning or any explanation. It was like kicking a can in the middle of the streetI was a member of the Leninist movement, the Marxist-Humanist movement,  and the  SLP  for many years and I was treated in a better way. My membership is in the air, I am a member of a companion party but it is like not being a member of any one of them. How are we going to attract new members? How are going to get workers from other countries? Why do we call ourselves the World Socialist Movement? We had a stupid policy of accepting members by geographic regions, but the only one active is the Socialist Party of Great Britain

    #108746
    Anonymous
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    I was the moderator of the WSM forum and I was not treated properly either. I was given very limited functions and I was doing all the dirty works, and confronting the troubles makers,   and others members had unlimited functions, in the real world it is called discrimination.

    No comrade, the WSM_Forum was set up by a couple of comrades from Canada and UK. The functions you had as moderator were the same as the others moderator, with the exception of the Canadian comrade.Because he was one of the ones who set it up, he was effectively what Yahoo Groups call 'the owner'.I only got increased functions because I asked for them recently, when I couldn't do a task. The same would have applied to you. The same will apply to you now if you resume as Moderator.This website here I basicly have all of the functions passed on to me as the holders of them, have moved on.(I need these permissions, to update archives and pages and reboot the server and a lot of other stuff daily)The moderators on it have very limited functions , just on the Forum, the members even less.Signed on here as 'Matt', I am limited in functions, signed on as 'Admin' I can do a lot.The comrade who does the Standard is limited to that and several other functions. so on. It means if for some reason one part breaks down someone, myself or another comrade can come in and hopefully fix it.


    The rest of your criticism is with the companion parties and I won't enter into that. You might be able to flush them out onto spopen, but I wouldn't hold my breath.

    #108747
    Anonymous
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    Might it be a good idea to introduce a rule restricting the number of postings per day that any one user can make?  New and/or inexperienced users may be deterred from posting if they see the forum being monopolised by the same few contributors.  I seem to recall a similar rule existed on the Yahoo! lists at one time.

    #108748
    Anonymous
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    gnome wrote:
    Might it be a good idea to introduce a rule restricting the number of postings per day that any one user can make?  New and/or inexperienced users may be deterred from posting if they see the forum being monopolised by the same few contributors.  I seem to recall a similar rule existed on the Yahoo! lists at one time.

    I am one of those members of this SPGB forum who make a lot of posting in this forum,  I indicated in another message that it is just temporary, next month my participation is going to be probably zero, or just one post. The thing is that nobody is participating in the forum, and nobody is making research to back up the  argumentations There are certain concepts that cannot be permitted to be spread in the forum,  such as the reactionary current of Postmodernism

    #108749
    Anonymous
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    Perhaps an alternative solution could be for existing members to contribute to the more interesting posts bringing them to the top – or even create some interesting posts themselves.

    #108750
    Anonymous
    Inactive
    patreilly wrote:
    Perhaps an alternative solution could be for existing members to contribute to the more interesting posts bringing them to the top – or even create some interesting posts themselves.

    Yeah, ideal for those with time on their hands.

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