Should moderators have full rights to do what they want with a subverse? (TalkLolDev)
submitted by system to TalkLolDev 2 months ago
We all know @itsgettingcloser likes to delete comments in his subverse. Personally, I view user created subverses as a private space where the owner can dictate how it's ran. You can block him, and his subverses and not be bothered by it. But there are others who believe sub owners should not have this power, which I understand. Curious what the community thinks about this. Should there be a balance of power? Or should sub owners have full authority? Like I've said recently to someone else, on these types of sites, I view going into /all as the wild west, where you are not guaranteed a safe space, or anything really. The difference is these sites don't default to /all, like this site does, and instead either show you your subscriptions or show you the default subs, which enforces this images of user created subverses being 'separate' from the main site. What are your thoughts on this issue?
Edit: I've decided to leave as is. If you don't like a user or a sub then simply block them. Create your own sub. This way leads to the least intervention on my part. I will probably switch the default view to /front, which display default subs, or your subscriptions. Curate your own content. There is already an option available if you prefer /all.