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Aeternitas
Monday, June 9th, 2008, 07:15 PM
Complaints regarding the moderators' disciplinary actions shall be made via PM to the respective moderators, the Witenagemot or to the administration, as well as through the "Contact us" form. The Help area can be used for complaints regarding forum usage in general, such as errors, bugs and the like. The Skadi Forum Staff would like to stress the following rules:

30. If you have been warned, infracted, or your post or threads fell under activity of editorial Staff discretion, and you disagree with the measure, you can address the Member of Staff who has set the disciplinary measure. He shall fairly hear your appeal and all arguments you cited in your favor, and will, having discussed the issue with Staff and benevolently appreciated their input and concerns, either revoke, mitigate, or uphold, but never tighten the measure, with additional requirements and conditions set forth or not. All such complaints that do not follow these proceedings, in particular all those that are posted publicly, shall be simply deleted and ignored, at best tightening the measures.
31. If you are still dissatisfied with the decision of the member of Staff, even after your case has been heard, you are free to appeal to the Witenagemot. Such complaints will have to include the complete history of the conversation you had with the respective Member of Staff, including his decision and reasoning, and all arguments you can cite in your favor, in particular a coherent motivation for the extraordinary injustice done to have the particular Member of Staff overruled, thereby threatening the harmony amongst Staff and the very integrity of Skadi Forum. If well-founded, your appeal shall be granted, or a mediating solution shall be found. All appeals that do not follow these proceedings shall be simply ignored.Please also see How to Submit a Request/Inquiry/Complaint to the Staff (http://forums.skadi.net/showthread.php?t=96364).