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Warning option for mods- pillory

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Do you think that the warnigs idea is good and will help?

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Warning option for mods- pillory

Post by HillONE on October 23rd 2007, 7:09 pm

It happens to be moderator in a forum (greek forum of a german game). This forum is running another type of board but it doesnt matter...

In this forum there is the option for mods to give warnings to users that break rules. There is also a pillory file in which the warnings are shown. In our forum we have this rule. Whoever takes 3 warnings is banned for 2-3 days. if he takes 3 more he is banned for 1 week. Whoever takes a warning will be informed with an automatic pm...

Of course we could do this with a closed topic and just say that somebody is warned but it would not be convenient...

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Re: Warning option for mods- pillory

Post by rahul.never2far on October 24th 2007, 1:28 pm

I voted yes!!!

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Re: Warning option for mods- pillory

Post by HillONE on October 24th 2007, 8:39 pm

waiting for a mod to answer.. Hope that this idea will be reality cause it's very helpful when modding...

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Re: Warning option for mods- pillory

Post by AussieJay on October 25th 2007, 1:30 pm

The staff of forums can warn members. You can also ban members for days or permanently.

I vote no.

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Re: Warning option for mods- pillory

Post by HillONE on October 25th 2007, 3:48 pm

yes i know that you can make an informal warn but if you have many member you cant remember who's done something wrong and who's not.. so its a good way to keep a record...

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Re: Warning option for mods- pillory

Post by nar112293 on October 25th 2007, 11:33 pm

An automatic, simple "Warn" button would be great, (Just like all other forums have) rather than in informal, unorganized warn

I vote yes, all the way.

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Re: Warning option for mods- pillory

Post by HillONE on October 26th 2007, 3:41 pm

that's what i'm talking about nar112293... every modarator will have next to each post a warn button (just like we have quote and report) If he sees something that is off the limits he casts a warning...

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Re: Warning option for mods- pillory

Post by CBP on October 27th 2007, 5:15 pm

Jotting down warnings for members in a topic and putting them in the comment boxes where they can so easily be edited by someone with even the slightest bit of moderator power is absolutely pointless. To have a field where warnings can be easily given and shown would be wonderful.

I vote yes.

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Re: Warning option for mods- pillory

Post by Jophy on October 26th 2012, 8:31 pm

It's more of an explanation of a situation rather than a suggestion.

Suggestion Refused & Topic Locked

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