Posted by fayeroe on March 28, 2008, at 10:31:33
In reply to Re: pulling posts, posted by Dr. Bob on March 27, 2008, at 22:09:21
*******> Lots of people, myself included, can be in a dreadful spot and say something that they ordinarily wouldn't say. Wouldn't it be beneficial (for you and the poster) if a personal inquiry was made, via babblemail, to try to find out what the "heck is going on" with the poster?
It could be beneficial if other posters reached out to them, too, and we'd be open to hearing what was going on, but in our administrative roles I think we need to act on what was posted.
I was thinking of the "intervention" before they got blocked or PBCiviled.
Would the administration hold off for a certain amount of time so another poster could zip a babblemail off to the "offender" offering to talk? If you waited X amount of minutes and no one notified a deputy or you that they knew what was going on, then you could take action?
You may be able to offer another scenario that would work better for the deputies and you and still protect the poster for a bit.