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#27 Dec 19 2010 at 12:49 AM Rating: Decent
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Lubriderm the Fussy wrote:
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So the nice advice is better than the right advice?

The nice advice on another forum is the right advice. There are people out there who will deliver the exact same information without being an @#%^ about it.
The Hello Kitty Online forum?


That response is a clear example of what people are talking about. It's pure antisocial, fratboy behavior for its own sake. Acting like a jerk just "because I can" (by the way, anyone who uses this phrase should expect a punch in the mouth from someone "because he/she can". Just saying).

I'm a few credits short of my Psychology degree, so I cannot venture a guess as to how the concept of civility has somehow been tied to a lack of masculinity, as the above quote implies. I can say, though, that it says a lot about the warped view people have about what's masculine these days.
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#28 Dec 19 2010 at 2:17 AM Rating: Decent
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Lubriderm the Fussy wrote:
The Hello Kitty Online forum?

Curiously enough, the FFXI forums (and possibly FFXIV now) are the only ones here which seem to feel this need to belittle and inform at the same time. Yet none of the other forums are lacking for knowledgeable posters. One has to wonder how much we really need these posters, and how much they love to convince us that we need them so they can continue to run rampant.
#29 Dec 19 2010 at 2:21 AM Rating: Good
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Lubriderm the Fussy wrote:
Majivo wrote:
Lubriderm the Fussy wrote:
So the nice advice is better than the right advice?

The nice advice on another forum is the right advice. There are people out there who will deliver the exact same information without being an @#%^ about it.
The Hello Kitty Online forum?


That response is a clear example of what people are talking about. It's pure antisocial, fratboy behavior for its own sake. Acting like a jerk just "because I can" (by the way, anyone who uses this phrase should expect a punch in the mouth from someone "because he/she can". Just saying).

I'm a few credits short of my Psychology degree, so I cannot venture a guess as to how the concept of civility has somehow been tied to a lack of masculinity, as the above quote implies. I can say, though, that it says a lot about the warped view people have about what's masculine these days.
Listen, professor, I wasn't calling anyone a girl.

I just don't understand why anyone would want bad info presented nicely, vs. good info from a douchbag.
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#30 Dec 19 2010 at 2:25 AM Rating: Good
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One has to wonder how much we really need these posters, and how much they love to convince us that we need them so they can continue to run rampant.
Eliminate all that doesn't agree with you? good plan? It worked out great in the '30s
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#31 Dec 19 2010 at 2:41 AM Rating: Decent
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Lubriderm the Fussy wrote:
I just don't understand why anyone would want bad info presented nicely, vs. good info from a douchbag.

I just don't understand why anyone would pretend that such a dichotomy exists when, as I've already stated, that is not the case. You're being deliberately obtuse at this point, and judging from your last post, trolling.
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The amount of whining in this thread has reached a rather pathetic level.


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#33 Dec 19 2010 at 6:27 AM Rating: Good
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I just don't understand why anyone would want bad info presented nicely, vs. good info from a douchbag.

I just don't understand why anyone would pretend that such a dichotomy exists when, as I've already stated, that is not the case. You're being deliberately obtuse at this point, and judging from your last post, trolling.
No, cupcake, sometimes it really is one thing or the other. Don't expect someone's personality to change just to meet your needs. And really, contrary to what you may think, not everyone who disagrees with your, or even disagrees with the majority, is trolling. But feel free to toss out that card again anytime you have nothing better.
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#34 Dec 19 2010 at 11:50 AM Rating: Decent
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No, cupcake, sometimes it really is one thing or the other. Don't expect someone's personality to change just to meet your needs. And really, contrary to what you may think, not everyone who disagrees with your, or even disagrees with the majority, is trolling. But feel free to toss out that card again anytime you have nothing better.

Pulling out **** Germany is pretty much the definition of trolling. So is refusing to listen to anything being said because you're afraid you might lose your precious license to be an unmitigated prick. But feel free to keep pretending that the world is black and white, and that you have to be right because you can't face the idea that someone else could know the things you think make you a valuable poster, and that they could be far less of an asshole about it.
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So is refusing to listen to anything being said because you're afraid you might lose your precious license to be an unmitigated prick.
Are you talking to steve? Really? I was going to stay out of this, but seriously, lol. He may not always be the nicest person, but i mean ****, usually he is. Even when the point he's trying to get across is "you're a @#%^ing ******", he still does it at least relatively respectfully.

Also, i am seriously disappoint in how badly a feedback thread has derailed, at the hands of an admin.

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Majivo wrote:
Lubriderm the Fussy wrote:
The Hello Kitty Online forum?

Curiously enough, the FFXI forums (and possibly FFXIV now) are the only ones here which seem to feel this need to belittle and inform at the same time. Yet none of the other forums are lacking for knowledgeable posters. One has to wonder how much we really need these posters, and how much they love to convince us that we need them so they can continue to run rampant.
So, the FFXI posters belittle and inform at the same time, while other forums have posters who inform without belittling. They also have plenty of posters who belittle without informing.

Internet forums: serious @#%^ing business.

We should just have a Random Questions Thread that will be stickied and heavily moderated. This would prevent a ton of new threads from being created for simple one-shot questions that "veteran" posters are sick of seeing and answering. Give volunteer moderators the ability to "nuke" a post in the RQT without karma implications (require that these volunteer mods input some sort of explanation for nuking a post), and copy these to the site admins so they can review the actions taken. If someone repeatedly derails or trolls the thread, hand out mutes or other disciplinary actions.

This would simultaneously provide a more heavily-moderated place where new posters can ask questions and also keep the main board open to the more intense discussions.

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Internet forums: serious @#%^ing business.

To the people running it, yes, it is. I don't give two ***** about what goes on over in FFXI main, but it's asinine for people to claim that scaring away new posters isn't a problem for a website which depends on ads for the majority of its revenue. I couldn't care either way what happens to Rog, I just stepped in because of the illogic at play here.
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Majivo wrote:
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Internet forums: serious @#%^ing business.

To the people running it, yes, it is. I don't give two sh*ts about what goes on over in FFXI main, but it's asinine for people to claim that scaring away new posters isn't a problem for a website which depends on ads for the majority of its revenue. I couldn't care either way what happens to Rog, I just stepped in because of the illogic at play here.
I noticed you didn't respond to my statement about the other forums having plenty of ******** as well. I mean, you certainly wanted to make a point that the other forums aren't lacking in knowledgeable posters, but it's not like they are lacking in ********, uninformed posters, and elitist pricks either.
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I noticed you didn't respond to my statement about the other forums having plenty of @#%^s as well. I mean, you certainly wanted to make a point that the other forums aren't lacking in knowledgeable posters, but it's not like they are lacking in @#%^s, uninformed posters, and elitist pricks either.

I didn't respond because my point was that you can be knowledgeable and nice at the same time. If those other people are being a problem, then they should be moderated as well. But for the most part, the karma system is doing its job in those places. The other reason I didn't answer was because I thought that was more of a sidenote on your part than the meat of the post, so my mistake.
#40 Dec 19 2010 at 1:10 PM Rating: Good
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No, cupcake, sometimes it really is one thing or the other. Don't expect someone's personality to change just to meet your needs. And really, contrary to what you may think, not everyone who disagrees with your, or even disagrees with the majority, is trolling. But feel free to toss out that card again anytime you have nothing better.

Pulling out **** Germany is pretty much the definition of trolling. So is refusing to listen to anything being said because you're afraid you might lose your precious license to be an unmitigated prick. But feel free to keep pretending that the world is black and white, and that you have to be right because you can't face the idea that someone else could know the things you think make you a valuable poster, and that they could be far less of an @#%^ about it.
I made the comparison to the 30's because that is more or less what you are advocating. You don't like Rog, therefor, he should be gone. And, no, I don't think the world is black and white, but I do believe that black and white do exist, and sometimes that's all there is in a given situation. But, whatever, you know it all anyways.

Author's Note: I altered the quoted post so that I, too, was not breaking the language filter. I hope nobody uses the report button on said post.

Edited, Dec 19th 2010 2:12pm by Lubriderm
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#41 Dec 19 2010 at 1:27 PM Rating: Decent
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I made the comparison to the 30's because that is more or less what you are advocating. You don't like Rog, therefor, he should be gone. And, no, I don't think the world is black and white, but I do believe that black and white do exist, and sometimes that's all there is in a given situation. But, whatever, you know it all anyways.

Once again, being deliberately obtuse. I never argued to get rid of Rog because I "don't like" him. I said that if anyone - not Rog specifically, but anyone - is being such a problem that they're costing a lot of moderation time, it's in the site's best interest to get rid of that person. How you manage to equate a simple question of cost vs revenue with racism and bigotry is beyond me, but keep pretending that I'm somehow persecuting Rog due to some personal vendetta I have.
#42 Dec 19 2010 at 2:17 PM Rating: Good
Gee, hunny, and here I thought Kao was doing a good enough job of more or less running the site without your help. Guess I was wrong. What about all the bugs that Rog finds? Should he also be banned for using up programmer time?
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#43 Dec 19 2010 at 2:24 PM Rating: Good
Oh, I missed this gem:
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Obviously you don't, that's you're posting again and again in a thread about it's moderation. That's closer to trolling than the near Godwin's that I used.
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#44 Dec 19 2010 at 2:29 PM Rating: Decent
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You can't legitimately be this stupid, right? How many times do I have to say it's not about Rog in particular before you quit shoving your head up his ***?
#45 Dec 19 2010 at 2:40 PM Rating: Good
It would be hilarious if a person in this thread stepped on a hepatitis needle. Not anyone in particular, of course. I guess some people could draw conclusions, but putting this in the context of the thread, but then again, putting Majivo's posts into the context of this thread, on would assume she is talking about a specific person.

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I just find it ironic that most of the moderation work we do is because of you[...]


Perfect example of a typical thread pattern in =10:

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Actually, I just wanted to say that clean installs are a headache that PC users have been dealing with for years. New computer? Clean install time. Graphics issues? Clean install time. Upgraded from XP to Vista, or Vista to 7, or XP to 7? Clean install time. Quit and come back? Clean install time.

We've developed ways to get around a lot of it, but at some more or another pretty much every PC user of the game has had to do a full uninstall and reinstall of the entire game and all the expansions. We've griped about doing it, but there's never been any expectation from us that SE is going to "do" anything about it.

A clean install is your fix. It works, its been verified, and people who did it are playing right now.
I have never once reinstalled ffxi, between 3 computers (soon to be 4), and probably a dozen hdd reformats.


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Weren't you aware? We all just naturally assume Rog is the exception to everything we say here. Everyone just got sick of following everything up with "except Rog." Now it's just an understood rule here. Get with the times, man.


Here, you see TPO making an observation that he's never had to reinstall the game on his PC. He doesn't insult anyone; he just says that he's never had to do a reinstall on PC.

Xypin comes along and derails the thread by turning it into something about TPO. Of course, if it continues, all the reports you get are going to be about TPO derailing the thread or being a general *******, but he didn't even do anything. This **** happens all the time, and from Pikko's comments, she's pretty oblivious to it.
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#47 Dec 19 2010 at 3:26 PM Rating: Good
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I just find it ironic that most of the moderation work we do is because of you[...]


Perfect example of a typical thread pattern in =10:

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Actually, I just wanted to say that clean installs are a headache that PC users have been dealing with for years. New computer? Clean install time. Graphics issues? Clean install time. Upgraded from XP to Vista, or Vista to 7, or XP to 7? Clean install time. Quit and come back? Clean install time.

We've developed ways to get around a lot of it, but at some more or another pretty much every PC user of the game has had to do a full uninstall and reinstall of the entire game and all the expansions. We've griped about doing it, but there's never been any expectation from us that SE is going to "do" anything about it.

A clean install is your fix. It works, its been verified, and people who did it are playing right now.
I have never once reinstalled ffxi, between 3 computers (soon to be 4), and probably a dozen hdd reformats.


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Weren't you aware? We all just naturally assume Rog is the exception to everything we say here. Everyone just got sick of following everything up with "except Rog." Now it's just an understood rule here. Get with the times, man.


Here, you see TPO making an observation that he's never had to reinstall the game on his PC. He doesn't insult anyone; he just says that he's never had to do a reinstall on PC.

Xypin comes along and derails the thread by turning it into something about TPO. Of course, if it continues, all the reports you get are going to be about TPO derailing the thread or being a general *******, but he didn't even do anything. This sh*t happens all the time, and from Pikko's comments, she's pretty oblivious to it she's just another one causing the problem.
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Alright, I'm going to leave this unlocked for now, but lets try to keep the personal attacks at a 0 level. The feedback forum is for reporting, giving feedback, and reasoned debate within limits. If it goes to a full on flame fest i'll shut it down.

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There are quite a few trolls living under the FFXI bridge (more now than ever), and despite their every post being a flame or jab at either FFXI, Alla, the mods, or a combination of the three, they are allowed to hang out. Rog is abrasive, but so is bsphil, so is jtftaru, and arguably, he's more knowledgeable than either of them.


Banning of users is something we try to avoid. Think of your user base as a forest. Once you cut all the big trees down, it takes along time for the little trees to grow big enough to replace them. Even if said trees are crass, cantankerous and sometimes act out. Once you ban a user, you don't get that user back. So you really have to weigh everything and determine what the pros and cons are of that act. Sometimes that calculation occurs quickly. If you are spamming a forum with new threads to try and disrupt the site, you are gone immidiatly, I don't care who you are or how many posts you have. If on the other hand you are a jerk to people in the FFXI forum, I'm probably not going to ban you for that, but I am going to laugh in your face if you ever complain to me about being karma camped.

The forum rules are here: You can also find them at the bottom of every forum page: http://everquest.allakhazam.com/wiki/Forum_Rules
In that document we outline what will will get you banned.

Taking ThePsychoticOne as an example since he started the thread, if you look at his posts in a typical thread, the rates are about evenly split with a slight downward trend. That indicates to me that about half the people who care one way or the other think he should stay. The other half are annoyed at him and wish he would go somewhere else. Thats really not a strong overwhelming majority one way or the other.

We do keep a log of moderator actions on each and every account. ThePsychoticOne is probably up there amongst the highest number of administrator actions on an account who have not been banned. He also has some notations for being particularily helpful in finding bugs and site issues and reporing them. Something which is of use not only to us, but to the forum users as a whole. So the one does somewhat mitigate the other in my mind at least. Nevertheless if he were to do something to cross one of those lines in the forum rules at this point, we would probably ban him because he is out of chances. I think he enjoys the nuclear brinksmanship aspect of it though. Seeing how far he can push things. I get it, but I also know that really ****** off administrators. This story can be repeated about several of the other forum users in FFXI who have been named.

I get where Pikko is coming from too. She sees a user who makes more work for her on a regular basis. One that does not fit her ideal view of the forum. Who she sees as a disrupting element that is preventing new users from finding and enjoying the forum, and prevents people from posting out of trepedition. FFXI has had some ******* insane posters over the years, Godraiden being a perfect example, and people do react differently when a very strong forum personality ruins their day in a thread. I guess strong may not be the best word there, but rather "forceful". If you knew that one jerk who always ruins your day was going to be at your office every single day, you might develope somewhat of an aversion too.

The hardest lesson to learn as an administrator though is we can't just remove people becuase they annoy us. Or rather we shouldn't. When you remove a longstanding forum persona, you change the dynamics of the forum. In most cases, your secondary annoyances now become your primary annoyances, and some of the people who championed having that person removed tend to feel they themselves are untouchable after that, and proceed to fall into the very same roles they rebelled against in the first place. Others find that with their nemisis vanquished, they lose interest in the forum. People watch dramatic movies for a reason. The boring ones don't do too well at box office...

I've banned more users from these forums than anyone else. I actually have a higher ban count than post count if you factor in the thousands upon thousands of PM spammer accounts that we had to weed out. I like to think that I have a fair amount of experiance with this topic, so please trust me when I say that unleashing Karmageddon on the 4-5 "problem children" in FFXI without them doing something worthy of being banned specifically at that time is not the way to proceed. You get backlash from users who wonder if they are next, you get people leaving because the people they came to watch in the zoo aren't there anymore, and you get an overall less entertaining forum.

I'm not sure what the answer here is, but we're saving the ban hammer for a last resort.

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My apologies for not returning to this thread until now, but I actually looked at it at the beginning of the weekend and had to step out right after that to buy groceries, then pick up my dad and from there, I've been at my computer very little all weekend.

The background behind my initial reply was that I feel like the forums are in their current state because of a select few individuals, one of the most prominent being, of course, Rog. Pretty much any report for XI that I've seen that isn't about a RMT post or blatant spam has been regarding Rog and the reports are occasionally tagged with stories of how he's a blight on the forums and how they feel like they can't get away from him too, because he posts everywhere. How they hate the sight of any of his posts, no matter the content.

This is pretty much how I felt when he took it upon himself to "represent" the very forum he's helped ruin (not only by posting, but by making it a miserable experience to moderate). It's like if my kids came in tracking mud all over the carpet and then came to tell me that I should clean it up because my in-laws are coming over soon and they won't like it. Sure, it's my job to clean it up, but because they were the ones that did it, it'll completely **** me off. Had it come from someone else, I'd never have posted what I did.

That aside, the volunteer moderators thing is an issue I'm well aware of and if we could have them, rest assured, I'd have been whining and moaning and groaning until we had them. Nizdaar can back up that (the whining part). The fact is, it can't happen yet. Until then, my advice is still the same as it always was, keep reporting. Just don't report silly stuff, like calling someone a pinhead or insinuating someone has low intelligence. This type of posting, while technically flaming, is not exactly the kind of flaming we reprimand posters for.
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This is pretty much how I felt when he took it upon himself to "represent" the very forum he's helped ruin
I read around 99.9% of the posts made in =10. I may not always agree with most people there, but i absolutely know basically what most posters there think. It's kind of hard to miss when i spend more time here than i do doing anything else.
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The background behind my initial reply was that I feel like the forums are in their current state because of a select few individuals, one of the most prominent being, of course, Rog. Pretty much any report for XI that I've seen that isn't about a RMT post or blatant spam has been regarding Rog and the reports are occasionally tagged with stories of how he's a blight on the forums and how they feel like they can't get away from him too, because he posts everywhere. How they hate the sight of any of his posts, no matter the content.
Considering you do not spend any time in =10, and i've only been reported some 30 times (admittedly that is far more than anyone else, but still, i have 8.5k posts in =10 alone (2.6k since july, in which time you've made 23) you can't possibly know what really goes on based on so few posts), i really don't understand how you could know that. As spoonless mentioned before, I get blamed for derailing threads left and right, but the fact of the matter is, i very rarely do so. I may help keep threads off the rails often, but only after someone else derailed it first. You have perfectly demonstrated exactly what happens in =10 all the time, with your first posts in this thread. I make a post that couldn't possibly offend anyone (or even one that might, really it doesn't matter), and someone who hates me decides that instead of saying something useful, they're going to take a stab at me. And just look what happened. Out of 50 posts, only like 3 of them are on topic. It took exactly one post for this thread to get entirely out of control. And i mostly stayed out of it this time, AND it was in =3 which is not a forum most people that hate me frequent.

Take a look at how this thread spiraled out of control, in a thread where the only people who seem to hate me are you, erecia, and posisbly majivo. The majority of the rest of the posts in this thread are by my friends. Just think about how this thread would be different if it were in =10, where there are much more people that would have joined in to say they hate me.

Here's some examples if you care:

http://ffxi.allakhazam.com/forum.html?forum=10&mid=129246078726611520 I make one statement about sam, which wasn't even false, and there are people calling for me to be banned. I made a single post entirely on topic, and while i'm not even around, the thread gets derailed because people don't like me.

http://ffxi.allakhazam.com/forum.html?forum=10&mid=1292749437137214643#msg1292790618210562812 Catwho makes a statement i thought was entirely untrue, so i responded as such. Then Xypin decides to take a stab at me, and then later RDD does as well.

There's two instances of it happening, and that's just from the first page. This really does happen all the time. Just because a lot of people seem to think that i like to constantly derail threads, doesn't mean it's true. I may be mean, but i am not the only one, and i very rarely derail threads, even unintentionally, let alone intentionally.

It has become acceptable to attack me for anything i say. And while won't complain that people do to me exactly what i do to them, i do have a problem with you thinking there are only a few people causing problems in =10. It is a widespread problem, among a large amount of users. If you recall from the wegames thread that resulted in you muting me for a week, there was even a person who registered an account, just to say how much he hated me. It really isn't just a few problem posters. When a large number of posters frequently attack someone even when they do nothing wrong, isn't that a problem, regardless of what the person does other times? Why is it ok for a large number of people to be mean to a single person, but when a single person is mean to a large number of people, that's completely unacceptable? It just seems hypocritical to me.

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