As the title of the Topic States this thread is created to compile and discuss DFINITY’s Forum Censorship and how Biased Moderators employed by DFINITY enable it to censor any views that doesn’t align with their agenda.
Purpose of this topic:
Discussing Censorship with examples and making a list of people and instances that advocate for censorship.
Discuss why a censorship free forum is important for governance.
Moderators have never resolved flags and uncensored the posts.
@Artemi5 = @Apollon = @Ivan = @ivan_uncensored = @cat2 = @boomerfinity
Are you going to make a point or just post screen captures of examples where you and your other current identity @Apollon have violated forum rule and had you posts moderated? If you remain civilized and diplomatic you can post anything you want.
To the community:
THE FORUM IS A CIVILIZED PLACE FOR PUBLIC DISCUSSION. Censorship is not the same as moderation. This forum has rules and the rules are enforced reasonably on this site. There are many places without rules where people can go to cut loose and say anything they want about anything they want because there is no moderation. The forum is not one of them.
I do not work for DFINITY. I have not been asked to come to the forum to contribute in any way. Yet I do because this has historically been the best place for truly intellectually honest conversation about topics that are notable for NNS governance. I would like for the forum to remain civilized while continuing to allow the intellectually honest conversation that has been a cornerstone of this forum community.
The moderators can only do so much. The community has an important role to help keep the forum civilized. You do not have to respond to specific comments to help with this effort. All you have to do is flag the post and let the moderators take care of the rest. If you spend any time on the forum, you will find that what gets moderated is the content that the vast majority of reasonable people would agree is in violation of the forum rules and needs to be moderated.
Flagging a post is accomplished by clicking the three dots below the post and then clicking the flag icon. This will pop up a window that enables you to select why it is being flagged: e.g. off topic, inappropriate, spam, something else.
To be crystal clear, I did not accuse @Accumulating.icp of being a bad actor or the same individual as the others listed. I asked a simple question if he is controlling the @Apollon identity on the forum. @Apollon immediately twisted the narrative. @Accumulating.icp provided an answer, which I accept in good faith. The fact that his name keeps coming up in association with this group is completely the fault of the people who keep bringing it up.
Just in case the title of this post gets changed, here is the original title. It’s a good title because it draws people in. I am in support of people seeing this thread if they are interested and I would not want it to be buried by changing the title if it doesn’t go the way the OP intended.
Perhaps we should add more categories and not just have one ‘Governance’ but split it into more and make sure posts stay in their designated category.
A few names that come to mind: Governance informal / Debate Arena / Governance Lounge
And also something like: important governance news / updates