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Maybe create a separate section in the Test forum where banned members would still have access. So, banning would not be really banning, but restricting the member from posting and messaging except for the specific subsection.
People are adverted before being banned and have the opportunity to change. If they don't, a ban it's a ban. Dura lex sed lex.
Somewhere along the way, thread post numbering has turned up.
Is it possible to add '/msg nick' to emulate the whisper function as it was in Opera forums?
Quote from: ersi on 2014-07-29, 10:23:52Is it possible to add '/msg nick' to emulate the whisper function as it was in Opera forums?While an amusing gimmick, what's the advantage over PMs?
what's the advantage over PMs?
The only good reason to implement it would be nostalgic reasons - to emulate the functionality of Opera forums.
However, it also brings along some potential moderating issues though. PMs are private, but whispers blur the line with regular forum posts.
What's the problem with "bluring lines" Frenzie?Laissez faire laissez passer. No need for preemptive measures. You don't want to emulate an American government, do you? I remember just one case at the old D&D when someone got irritated with that whispering thingy. "Potential moderating issues" are not a reason at a free community.
As I said, it's not too much important to me but reasons to deny it should be well-founded.
Even though I have significantly more spare time at the moment than back in April and May, I'd probably rather spend it reading Moby Dick and brushing up my French.
Perhaps one way would be to have a policy of Moderators only reviewing whispers if the recipient of the whisper reported it. That would reduce the work overload to practically zero and act as a brake on miss-use of the facility while allowing it to continue without undue concern about privacy unless one was intent on bad behaviour.
o have access, without registration, to the first page only of any thread
On the subject of anonymous users accessing DnD, it might be an idea (if it can be done) to
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