>>60077>bringing up when mods act outside the rules to the point of being disruptive to communication, even on meta is deleted.
I'm sure you understand why we don't want that kind of thing being discussed in threads on the main boards (if not, we've got a problem with ban evaders trying to astroturf or participate in concern trolling). As for meta I'm not sure what you mean, I do try to clean up posts that are from frequent shitposters. I'll also often close threads when I want to give a definitive answer.>Bringing up when they fail to do even the basics of their job for hours upon hours, is also deleted.
I don't recall deleting anything like that, but we're just volunteers, we also do things like sleep or use various entertainment mediums, so there's bound to be off-times.>It should be noted that none of those things are against the rules nor disruptive, yet all such things are pretty regularly deleted.
I understand being angry or upset if a post you made gets deleted, but often we give people the benefit of the doubt before we start handing out bans or warnings. If you have a history of doing things like being needlessly aggressive, making off-topic/low quality posts, or just attacking people for no real reason, then we usually will be more apt to take care of those posts. This is also a pretty subjective point, I know most people won't think their own posts are disruptive, but we try to do our best with the information we have available.
You're welcome to disagree with me, but those are the only answers I can give. Just keep in mind we don't keep an eye on this place for most of our day because we hate it, quite the contrary, and I wouldn't bother giving these kind of replies to posters who I don't think are relatively decent members of the community.