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Anonymous
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Re: It may be goodbye

Thank you for all your kind messages, guys Smiley Happy It's nothing serious, it's an inner ear infection that comes with all the lovely trimmings (vertigo, nausea, headaches, loss of balace). It takes some time to recover but I'm doing my best to be back in the office on Monday, providing I stop banging (quite literally) my head against the walls. I'm sure that Toby misses me Smiley Tongue 

Anonymous
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Re: It may be goodbye

Been off line for most of the day, thanks to BT.

Now I'm back there's a lot of cryptic posts and secrecy going on here.
What's happening, get thing's out in the open so we all know where we stand.

Anonymous
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Moderation and reasons for it cannot be discussed on a public forum.

The situation concerns two members which has been addressed by the staff of the forum.
Anonymous
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Well the one I'm aware of is a long standing member who has helped a lot of people in this forum. Don't know how he's transgressed but he deserves better than this.

Anonymous
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Fair comment.
Anonymous
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Happy to discuss the individual cases in private, not in public, please. Feel free to pm me.

 

On a general level, though, I find veterans breaking the code of conduct far more questionable than newbies. Long standing members know better (not should, they do). They should set the example to the rest of the community, not undermine its dynamics. They should appreciate that the community team is here to help running the show and making sure that everything is running fairly and smoothly, not to antagonise members. They know that, if unhappy with moderation actions, they can discuss with the team or escalate to the community manager. No excuses.

 

I don't believe in the length of presence = more valuable equation.  

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Re: It may be goodbye

The want to continue here has gone it is a community and not as said elsewhere a place that we are dictated to. Unless O2 can actively engage with the core responders on a proper level I can see 2 jobs on the line without the active presence of the 10-15 regulars this forum will die.

Please team O2 engage with us and listen to the many suggestions the community (customers ) have suggested if this post is not what you want to hear O2 I give the explicit instruction to remove all my useful content from the forums by 15:00 Friday 14 th June.
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Anonymous
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I believe those who have a long history of helping lots of other members = valued member.

This forum hasn't valued the longstanding helpful members for some time. Smiley Frustrated

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Re: It may be goodbye

At least we know what they think of us now...
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Anonymous
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I thing we discovered that, 12 months ago, when they abolished the "superuser" rank.

Things have just taken a turn for the worse.