Is trolling /meta/ with mod accountability jargon just a part of your programming now? Tell the team responsible for your codebase to // exclude those lines already.>make a public rule about it
There's that "your 5-board Midna nude mod website with 3 staff members needs to be transparent about all of the internal habbeningz" again. Didn't happen in 2012, not happening in 2033.
The notion of every rule and policy needing to be explicitly written down and detailed in order to be "lawfully" enforced is incredibly autistic and opens up so many issues. Rule 12 covers no advertising your website. "Those deemed to be outsiders" or something covers anyone suggesting they use that website. Both are good enough reasons, but no reason should really have needed to be outlined at all because advertising a discord of all things is objectively a shitpost made to stir up trouble, so rule 5 alone suffices.
The admins personally have already told you to scaff off with this deliberate wasting of everyone's time.