I don't see how irc is supposed to be at all decentralized or transparent relative to the imageboard.
>What do you think is happening here?
I'm not sure, I'd like to know. What was the motivation for hiding all the evidence and do you plan to do it often?
>That is your opinion.
That's not how it works. They're either sensible or they're not.
>If we were trying to hide his userscript from people, repeatedly asking him to make an entire thread dedicated towards it seems like a pretty awful way of going about it
Then why delete all mention is the most relevant discussion possible?
>We would not be making the effort to address all of your concerns if it were
You have yet to address a single concern in the actual mod thread you keep directing people to.
>I can't even.
You can try, I believe in you>>493> I do not share your perspective. The reason for the ban was not subjective.
>This never has and never will be enforced
I meant enforcing as in explicating them in an administrative capacity. It's a misuse of the capcode to treat xer's moderation as a personal identity. If you actually believed in transparency you would add preferred pronouns for all admins in the FAQ.
>That was a thread discussing the transfer of the archive. When he was asked to make a new thread, that post still existed.
Fine. Why was it deleted?
>No, will not hide evidence and censor discussion of all our bans
As I've stated before (e.g. in this deleted post), the ban log is useless for transparency or accountability. You do not link to the posts derezzed - it is entirely trust based that the ban reason is at all related to the post itself. Why was the ban and all its context deleted?