quote Lord SionNot really, the removal of the reason from public view is probably as far as this suggestion will go.Is this an issue anymore?
quote Justin TimeK.I.S.S. (keep it simple)Or they can just make a rule against discussion of reasons why a post was reported.
quote Justin TimeEveryone needs a reality check every now and again. This is why even older members break the rules. Join dates only show how much time you have had to learn the site features and how to avoid tripping off alarms. Maturity is something that comes from growing after experiences in life.Also its nice to know for noobs what type of posts get you reported, and what is not acceptable.
quote ntropydudethere isn't a clear definition of what spam is.
quote Post Deletion MessageWhile it may not be published in the sitewide rules, there is in fact a clear definition of what spam is that exists on the site.Your forum post re: Only one left has been deleted due to breaking Rule 9 of the Forumwide Rules of Conduct, Etiquette and Acceptable Behavior, which states:quote Sitewide RulesPlease heed this as a reminder to abide by the rules. Spam, useless posts, and posts that are filled with garbage content are NOT tolerated on the site. If you continue to post double Spam or Useless posts you can face possible probation or banning at a moderator's discretion for blatant disregard of the rules.Do not spam. Under no circumstances are you allowed to spam anywhere, within any Forum on Neoseeker. If you are caught spamming any forum, you will be in trouble!
quote Justin TimeWhen has discussion over a reported post actually been on topic in a forum? It hasn't. It's already covered in rule number nine, since it is normally classified as spam.So if we add a no discussing on why your post was reported it will probably lower the already low instances.
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