A Conversation for Transgressions Procedure for h2g2

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kelli - ran 2 miles a day for 2012, aiming for the same for 2013

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There don't seem to have been any dicussion threads started, did LW say he didn't want to go through the process? Did he know what the process was?


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Post 2

Hoovooloo


I think (speaking as a complete outsider who only wrote this and isn't expected to implement it) that this is something that was particular to a specific time in h2's development, a time (and more specifically a staff team) that is now gone.

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kelli - ran 2 miles a day for 2012, aiming for the same for 2013

I expect that is true too, although if the current management don't intend to implement it then they should probably stop linking to it from the help pages.


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The Left Reverend Doktor Baron Grim

As of this 3 April announcement:

"The revised procedure outlines the process of what happens when postings or entries are removed and what the likely stages are before a full ban becomes inevitable. The biggest change to the procedure is the removal of the final voting on the part of the community, which left Researchers open to abuse from departing members of the community and is extremely time-consuming for the in-house team. Crucially, it also meant that previously, users acting in a manner that seriously jeopardised the service could not be dealt with promptly."


This was implemented the same day as the "F"ilter.


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Traveller in Time Reporting Bugs -o-o- Broken the chain of Pliny -o-o- Hired

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