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VisualSharing says

I think Ivor is right here.

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VagrantRadio says

Note to self; speaking ones mind in order to get some resolution to a problem in public forums is “being aggressive” and the rest of the sheep agree. Dually noted.

Sorry, but I’m with lucky on this one. Enjoy your community.

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Bruno_V says

I think you’re all mixing things up here. Ivor does have a point with that thread. It really had to be blocked since there were only personal attacks in the end.

But luckykind is right in respect to the word censorship. I bet all of us can live with a few bad words in the forums. You can’t censor everything and Envato isn’t really hurt from it.

What I mean is that both sides have to cooperate a little bit more. Mods don’t edit posts and authors don’t post personal offenses.

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rvision_ says
Note to self; speaking ones mind in order to get some resolution to a problem in public forums is “being aggressive” and the rest of the sheep agree. Dually noted. Sorry, but I’m with lucky on this one. Enjoy your community.

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Ivor, Lucky is not talking about THAT thread.

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Ivor Envato team says
Note to self; speaking ones mind in order to get some resolution to a problem in public forums is “being aggressive” and the rest of the sheep agree. Dually noted. Sorry, but I’m with lucky on this one. Enjoy your community.

+1

Ivor, Lucky is not talking about THAT thread.

I know, that was an example.

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fuelthemes says

Themeforest is a community, but first of all a marketplace. You need to respect others and rules here.

How would do forums look if everyone who got mad at mods, reviewers or others created threads like this?

Was it too hard to pm the mod himself?

Just FYI , I write single sentence comments because I can’t care less about things like these.

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simonbouchard says

Please, stay on topic. <:}*

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