Author Topic: Compromising with the ability to moderate users.  (Read 83 times)

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Re: Compromising with the ability to moderate users.
« on: November 20, 2013, 11:03:41 am »
Those abilities sure are useful for moderation purposes.

Yes, even the abilities that you don't want us to have but is included with the bundle for the "moderation of users" privilege.

It'll be more difficult to moderate problematic users if we can't (like, if we can't see the user's IP, how could we use the IP ban feature?)

Therefore, I propose we discuss a compromise with those features, like giving us moderators separate rules to follow as well.
Thing is, what if an user uses a proxy server, like TED did?
I'm guessing he and Shane had the same IP, and if TED was IP banned, wouldn't Shane be IP-banned as well?

(I did my best to do research.)


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