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post #1 of 142
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I was thinking about the UAV/suspension policy and wanted to ask: is there a way to 'heal' a UAV after so many months of no additional problems? I was just thinking, the spirit of MDC being what it is, that if someone gets UAV'd but realizes what to do differently and doesn't UAV again, could they heal the UAV after say 6 or 12 months of 'being good'? Maybe it doesn't apply to a 3 pointer, but if it's a 1 pointer? Because I could see mamas being on here for eons, getting a UAV maybe once a year, and inadvertently adding it up. I'm just tossing it out there.

Just thinking 'out loud'!

Maybe not, but I was just wondering :
post #2 of 142
Im wondering the same thing

Also, is there something in place where we can check how many points we have?
post #3 of 142
We discussed that a bit. It will be something we can look at, people can always pm an admin and get a copy of all of their User Notes and we are always happy to discuss them.
post #4 of 142
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Im wondering the same thing

Also, is there something in place where we can check how many points we have?
You do not have any.


People can pm an admin and they can get their usernotes and that information. I probably shouldn't address it on the thread but you didn't have any ways.
post #5 of 142
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Originally Posted by abimommy View Post
You do not have any.
Thanks!
post #6 of 142
I need to get my dd from school but I will be addressing this more when I get back.

If you do not want to post publicly please pm me.
post #7 of 142
So is that a HIPPAA violation? To publically announce her negative lab tests?
post #8 of 142
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So is that a HIPPAA violation? To publically announce her negative lab tests?
post #9 of 142
Thread Starter 
The alert tab will have all of that though, right? Do the UAV counts restart now with this new system, or do they carry over?

Is it a UAV point if a mod asks you to edit your post?
post #10 of 142
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Originally Posted by Theoretica View Post
The alert tab will have all of that though, right? Do the UAV counts restart now with this new system, or do they carry over?

Is it a UAV point if a mod asks you to edit your post?
I also want to know if everyone is starting fresh.

And will the alert tab explain WHY an alert was received?
post #11 of 142
How many pts do I have? Not sure I really want to know.
post #12 of 142
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Originally Posted by Theoretica View Post
The alert tab will have all of that though, right? Do the UAV counts restart now with this new system, or do they carry over?

Is it a UAV point if a mod asks you to edit your post?
No, it isn't a point if someone asks you to edit.

There are reminders which do not count as well. The mods will be using those as well.
post #13 of 142
Thread Starter 
OIC!

So is it pretty obvious that you've been UAV'd? As in, the mods say specifically YOU ARE BEING UAVd (with the darth vader voice, of course)

Just wondering...
post #14 of 142
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Originally Posted by Theoretica View Post
OIC!

So is it pretty obvious that you've been UAV'd? As in, the mods say specifically YOU ARE BEING UAVd (with the darth vader voice, of course)

Just wondering...
Yeah it should have been "I am issuing you an alert"

We do require pretty obvious wording.


No you do not have any.
post #15 of 142
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How many pts do I have? Not sure I really want to know.
Zero
post #16 of 142
And can you clarify the algebra I asked about in the other thread? It sounds like 3 alerts= 1 warning, 1 mod alert= 1 point, 9 points = 1 ban, 1 admin alert= 3 moderator alerts- does this mean one "administrative warning" is an automatic banning? Please, please, please clarify that whole "points" system!
post #17 of 142
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Originally Posted by loitering View Post
I also want to know if everyone is starting fresh.

And will the alert tab explain WHY an alert was received?
It should, yes

You also have zero.
post #18 of 142
Thread Starter 
And another thought...what about tying UAV's to board usage so mods aren't as busy? Meaning, to post at TAO or *if* N&CE ever resurrects, maybe you can't have had any UAVs for six months and less than 3 total, or something like that. It would make people be more careful about what they say, especially on a N/CE forum. Because if they get UAVd they are immediately off the board for six months. And if they do it again elsewhere they can be off for even longer.
post #19 of 142
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Originally Posted by abimommy View Post
Yeah it should have been "I am issuing you an alert"

We do require pretty obvious wording.


No you do not have any.
Well ummm ya know. I mean. Not like I was WONDERING or anything :
post #20 of 142
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Originally Posted by Ruthla View Post
And can you clarify the algebra I asked about in the other thread? It sounds like 3 alerts= 1 warning, 1 mod alert= 1 point, 9 points = 1 ban, 1 admin alert= 3 moderator alerts- does this mean one "administrative warning" is an automatic banning? Please, please, please clarify that whole "points" system!
"Each Moderator Alert will equal one point. An Administrative Warning will equal three points. Warnings, which will equal three Alerts, will be issued at the discretion of the Administrators. If a member reaches 9 points, the software will automatically suspend the account for a period of 30 days. After the suspension, if a member receives an additional 9 points, membership will be removed. Please use the Questions and Suggestions forum for any specific questions regarding to this automation."

Here's how I read it:

1 mod alert = 1 point

Admin Warning = 3 points

9 points from any combo = suspension

18 points from any combo = banned (but not the senior title kind )
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