Close FMR for the time being
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No support for closing fmr.
If Jagex wants to backlog community concerns, then they should have to deal with them. They don't get to close the doors just because they're too busy to respond.
What's the context? We should close the FMR so players don't get false hope their concerns will be addressed?
99% of the suggestions on the forums will never make it to the game. Should we remove the suggestions forum so players don't get the false hope their ideas will make it into the game?
Jagex deserves the backlog. If they don't deal with the backlog, they deserve the backlash.
What's the context?
I can't tell if you're being satirical with that question or not, but...
Let's try that it's neglected? I don't know, it was kinda why this thread was made, after all.
Not exactly difficult to come to that conclusion.
And what part of my post led you to think that I was unaware of the fact that it hasn't been reviewed in over a month, let alone this year?
Stating that Jagex deserves to trudge through months worth of backlog must mean I'm aware of that, shouldn't it?
Come on, you're smarter than this. And I expect better from you than to selectively snip my response out of context.
16-Jan-2019 22:28:36 - Last edited on 16-Jan-2019 22:30:39 by Miu
Well, considering you asked such a basic question that even the most oblivious person could answer...I had to presume you either were being satirical with that question (which lol) or you were genuinely that extremely unaware, which, given the circumstances, is also lol, but for a different reason, so I needed clarification.
C'mon mate, really?
I wasn't being satirical, I was asking what you even meant by that (as in, any other context in the thread that I might have missed that would make you react that way at all) because I don't think my original post implied in any way I was unaware of how long FMR has gone unattended.
As we all know Forum bans are far from private and are actually public, so I am questioning the rules, as they are clear as mud.
So since moderators make these issues public and allow posters to comment on them, shouldn't you just change the rules to stop problems like....
It means you aren't allowed to make a discussion of someone's account status. Moderators obviously need to make the post. But no, posters aren't allowed to comment on them.
An fmod informing a player that they've been banned following the offending posts isn't a discussion. Ideally the forums would have a messaging system instead for that kind of stuff to truly be private, but as of right now that's the best way to get the message across.
Can you please explain what I have posted above then, as that is clearly fine due to the amount of moderators on this thread that have allowed those posts.
1. They aren't naming the player in question.
2. They're discussing actions taken in FMR, not the account status.
Sorry can't leave your reply in view.
I had to remove it.
It's fine, you were the one that needed to see it most anyway
Mod Lyon said:
Jagex staff if they feel necessary are free to comment on player bans. That is their perogative as members of the staff. If you disagree with that being the case,
Secondly, forum mutes cannot be appealed via the account settings page. Get in contact with our CM team per the usual channels if you disagree and they'll deal with it within whatever their usual processes are. (I don't know what they are, I don't know if they'll action it. It is not my area)
That clearly means meta-discussion on whether public discussion on player bans should be allowed. It's not meant to say you can make a civil thread about specific player bans.
If you have an issue with specific posts, take it to forum help. If you aren't satisfied with how moderators respond to those posts, take it to FMR. Or just make a new thread. Trying to micromanage how other people have posted isn't anywhere near related to the topic at this point.