Author Topic: The incorrect way to respond to moderation and to build a stronger community  (Read 1738 times)


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Taken from my facebook just a few minutes ago from a coven group I was formerly following

Sheryl Marsh

Group admin 

 - Excuse me,? You are a member in this group....and when I look I see your posts predominantly....but it does not bother me. You are expressing yourself, that is fine by

me, so I honestly do not believe you have a right to complain about anyone posting whatever they want

as long as it is respectful, pertains to what this group is about...etc.

If I get sick of seeing someone 's postings I skip over it...sorry if this offends you, are not the page owner. Love, and Light~

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Shen Long I see why Kari left now. And I have an understanding of why some of the senior members are leaving. I wasn't expecting that.

side note:


2. Lack of hidden agendas and conditions, accompanied by the availability of full information required for collaboration, cooperation, and collective decision making.
3. Minimum degree of disclosure to which agreements, dealings, practices, and transactions are open to all for verification.
4. Essential condition for a free and open exchange whereby the rules and reasons behind regulatory measures are fair and clear to all participants.

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