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rot wrote

what is this a vote?

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ziq wrote

Apparently it's not enough to say mods are required to uphold the tos, because ruleslawyers like sudo needs it to specifically say "u must delete comments and ban users that violate the tos".

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rot wrote

I wouldn't trust mods to take liberties with the TOS like that.

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ziq wrote

Especially since there r more libs than rads on the site now due to the success of f/shoplifting. The tos shouldn't be up for debate (insofar as removing things from it) or reactionaries would toss it all out.

It does need to be rewritten tho to clarify some things.

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sudo wrote

Not yet; this is just a discussion thread.

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mofongo wrote

Didn't we rule out the difference like last week?

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sudo wrote

The admins never said whether we would call votes or not, because there was never a... ah... vote.

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ziq wrote (edited )

Wasn't every single person in that thread against it? Why would we need the admins to decide?

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sudo wrote

Because, as you can see above, some people are unsure what the procedure for making these types of proposals are (that being because there is no official procedure).

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ziq wrote

The procedure is what it's always been. A proposal is made, we talk, if needed an admin takes action after reviewing the consensus. The only 'confusion' is you telling everyone there's confusion.

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sudo wrote

Seeing as other people are also confused about it, I do not think your statement is true.

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ziq wrote (edited )

what other people? I don't remember anyone wanting to do your 2 threads to make one decision thing. I'm honestly starting to think you're trolling because you keep acting like you have all this support for your bureaucratic posturing when to my eyes it's non existent. And then acting like a meme about stalin being a train was somehow a personal attack? Weird and wacky stuff.