A delayed FYIJust so you know, according to sources $godofodd and $realitysquared --
- Deviations saying you dislike a member [or their art apparently!] are against the rules (see: my stamp removal, !AwesomeLurker's ban) but not officially [except screencaps] as according to the ticket I made.
- Journals and comments calling people out are against the rules [see: #butthurtbrigade's removal] and also not [see: #I-Call-Bull still being around despite doing the same things].
- Journals are considered deviations [throughout the site and for "reposting deleted content"], but also not [being referred to as separate from deviations in my ticket]. They are equal to deviations in regards to content, but also not as you can possibly maybe who knows really post call-out journals whereas you can't post call-out deviations.
We try to allow users to express their opinions and beliefs freely, but we do draw a line at personal attacks. .... As I've said previously, we're removing content
Guess What? [update 7]All right, $godofodd and I have had some time to talk. Only some, since we've both been haphazardly busy.Guess What? [update 7]1 year ago in Personal More Like This
I've redone this.
Here's the original journal. https://docs.google.com/document/d/19zGA94wqNhzIzmJVC-w-yikQ7v07YTwYAPOcEMwUOaE/edit
So this is the skinny.
First and foremost, we have gone through my caps, and I have had a variety restored.
The only one that should have been restored but wasn't, was not restored because it had been deleted for too long. So, for some of you, it may not be possible to restore your wrongfully-deleted caps. Yes, there is a time limit on your removed deviations for restoration, and it's apparently a short one. May 31st was when I first began my ticket, when said cap was first removed, and it was properly answered well after the time limit had expired (almost two months after I began the ticket). Isn't that alarming? We all know how long it takes the Help Desk to answer tickets, especially when it comes to policy inqui