Don Muerto wrote:Bob wrote:There are no de facto moderators on the eplaya.
Ain't it the truth.
precipitate wrote:> The assholes are going to have to
self-moderate for now, until the community guidelines are drafted and
reviewed. And even then, as Technopatra said, being annoying probably
isn't grounds for getting the boot.
antron wrote:rather than hand-wringing, and worrying about potential reactions, why not simply act? of course there must be due thought and deliberation. certainly it would be best to be guided by principles clearly articulated. by all means tread lightly, but c'mon let's go.
Bob wrote:In case you missed the gist of my statements -- IMO the type of feature you suggest should exist in the context of an overall board philosophy -- ie, you've described the mechanics of it, but I think you should also make an argument for why it is good for Burning Man, and how you think it fits in with what you see as the purpose of its bbs. In addition, what type of people (if any) should be entrusted to enable gated topics, using what criteria (if any)?
Don Muerto wrote:I think I sketched out my views of the feature vis a vis the board philosophy, but it was other's viewpoints I was (am) seeking in the same vein.
Don Muerto wrote:...When you create a thread on the 3playa, you have the option of 'banning' contributions to it from particular posters. It strikes me as both a mechanism to prevent thread hijacking, and also a statement of the trust placed in thread creators on the 3playa.
Regardless of whether this mod exists, what do you think of the concept being applied to the eplaya?
On the plus side, I would love to create a thread that can't be sunk under a mountain of irrevelant ego-wanking such as current eplaya threads frequently are. I think it would actually enable discourse to return where it is absent today.
On the down-side, some of that ego-wanking involves lots of thread creation which has occasionally generated good discussion despite the inanity of the original post. Also, it could be used punitively at the sole-discretion of the thread creator, so a new conciousness of who created the thread would have to be in the mind of respondents before they post.
What do you peoples think of this? Does 'radical thread responsibility' jive more with the BM culture than 'ownership' of a discussion clash with it?
precipitate wrote:> What would Will's Penis do?
Tancorix wrote:Well, considering how long it's been since the first set of rules were supposed to be posted, you'll need a cane or a wheelchair when plonking is finally available.
It's taken this long for the board to pick up speed.
Badger wrote: More like picking up speed on a road that's been saturated with mortar fire by individuals trying to run the whole thing into a ditch becuase of their own infantile, myopic agenda(s).
Bob wrote:I wonder if the eplaya login "Boring Twitdrill" is taken.
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