From the Talkchess charter, which all members agree to abide by when they join:Ovyron wrote: ↑Tue Oct 01, 2019 4:50 amAbide by the decisions of the people in charge, even if they're bad decisions. I guess the people to blame are the ones that elected those people to do the job, that's why democracy doesn't really work...
See, when confronted with the reality that this thread could have EO discussion on it, HGM thought about the possibility of curating it. Why didn't he think about curating the Similarity Report 2019 thread of posts talking about EO? If the main post on it wasn't about EO, then only the offending posts would need to be moved, and not the entire thread. Move it back and curate it. The first thing I did as a mod was branching off topics to The Flip Side.
If moderators are bad at their job, members should point out their mistakes so they improve, not just abide and bend to the mods' incompetency. As a moderator of Rybka Forum with 11 years of experience I can only say that the guys that moderate Talkchess look like newbies that don't know how to play with the toys they were given.
You are further agreeing to abide by the decision of the moderators should a post of yours be deleted or moved. If you should lose your membership or posting privileges after due consideration of the moderators you agree not to re-enter the forum under an alias or assumed name or by using a friend's account. You also agree that the decisions of moderators are final.