I see that things have started up again here. Many of you will notice that more posts have been removed.
There seems to be some misunderstanding that requires clearing up:
We do NOT remove a post just because it's been reported. We remove posts if they violate our Terms and Conditions, and it has long been our policy to also remove posts that ask/talk about deletions or removed posts or issues.
Now that things have quieted down (and it doesn't really matter the reasons), you all have the opportunity to start rebuilding it again.
Avoid the drama, avoid rehashing and it can be a great community once again.
(And use that Report This link beneath any post you feel violates our Terms and Conditions. One of the problems on many of our member-created communities in which our moderating team does not routinely look in, like this one, is too often no one will report a problem until it's many hours old or a day old and, instead, jump into the fray. Report and move on, ignoring the drama, letting the mods take care of anything reported if need be, and it can really work. )View Thread
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