kevin wrote:As I understand the process, the decision about warning/tempbanning/etc. only happens after the post has been removed. But I agree, just writing a simple note to say at least "Something was removed here while we decide whether it was a policy violation" would be nice and shouldn't be a big deal.
I don't see a problem there, but it might be trickier when a whole thread is moved.
linguoboy wrote:vijayjohn wrote:kevin wrote:I also still think that keeping spam accessible isn't a good thing, even if it's just for users. Most people certainly wouldn't want to see that subforum.
I don't understand why that's a problem. Do most language forum moderators or global mods or even admins want to see that subforum? But it's there in case we do.
So do we retain all spam here instead of deleting it?
Sort of. I'll quote myself:
Luís wrote:Posts made by spammers are moved to the Spam forum (but that one gets auto pruned after 60 days IIRC).