Deleting your own posts should not be bannable. All critical information should be in the Wiki.

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Re: Deleting your own posts should not be bannable. All critical information should be in the Wiki.

Postby Stefan » Sat May 16, 2020 8:00 pm

I'm saddened to see Speakeasy gone. He provided a lot of value to the forum - especially in areas where few other are knowledgeable - and I've been blissfully unaware of any issues. I'm definitively not questioning the actions of admin, but I do believe there are room for transparency in the future. As late as in December, members went missing after drama and I was left trying to add 1+1 to figure out what happened. It's only thanks to people derailing this thread, which I'm now part of, that I learned about Speakeasy.

On-topic I find this to be an important discussion. I always assumed that we were free to delete (not vandalise) our content whenever we wanted, which was a feature I appreciated. I'm just as annoyed as anyone else whenever I stumble upon a [deleted] post on Reddit, but thought that privacy triumphed it. If the rule is that admin might restore our deleted posts, then it should be highlighted somewhere.
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