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I'll make a reassessment about the imageboard thing: we have the activity. I guess it could work if we made threads quickly enough instead of redirecting things to itt. What do you think?I dont know, then we'd end up with tonnes of threads with like 1 or two replies. Or you just straight up multiply the shitposting around here to spam levels and peppy deletes OT for reals this time.
I'm going to use this locked thread as an example. Yes, the topic was locked for legitimate reasons - Many people are complaining about not receiving the orders they've placed, and there's a lot of speculation as to the legitimacy of the post. However, the reasons actually given in the locked post are, frankly, bullshit.From what I can tell it's the higher moderation's decision to disallow any kind of 'money transactions' in osu!, not exactly by the moderation team itself. In general I actually welcome these "projects" since it helps these users to improve in what they're doing and making theirself bigger. you know.Even if the idea behind is great for players, I'd like to avoid the promotion of 'money transactions' on osu! forums.Then how do you explain this topic? It isn't locked, despite doing the exact same thing. If the issue is due to people not getting their orders and complaints about the legitimacy, at least fucking say that. If you're going to ban advertising and transactions, make it a fucking rule and close the other topic too. (not that I want that to happen at all, though, thnikk is cool)
If you're going to ban advertising and transactions, make it a fucking rule and close the other topic too.It isn't really consistent, I agree. I will try to address this.
From what I can tell it's the higher moderation's decision to disallow any kind of 'money transactions' in osu!, not exactly by the moderation team itself.If that is an actual rule, then it's pathetically enforced if you consider the fact that thnikk's shop has over 500 posts made. That'd make me doubt the competency of the overall moderation team immensely.
It isn't really consistent, I agree. I will try to address this.If you are, I'd really encourage you to try and nudge the direction moreso towards a "stricter guidelines" sort of solution.