Continuing the discussion from LISTEN: Interview with Jeff Atwood of Coding Horror:
I’m not talking about the communities judgement of a user. Your solution prevents a user from having a voice,.
My request is for a tool that allows a user who feels targeted by another user to stop that oter user from sending them notifications.
You know this Jeff, and you know that I suggested it because I am talkingh about a situation recently when a user asked another user (named coding horror) to please stop. And that other user did not. I counted about least 10 ropings in… and the victim wanted the Trust level 4 abuser who knew the rules and was obtusly taking advantage of them because justificaion, to stop.
Jeff, it very much looks from here like you could hound people with differing points of view out of conversation with tools if that works, or bullying if it won;t. Just my 2 cents.
I think it would be great if you didn’t respond to people who you think are beneath you. That’s most of us.
Because If you had been there to explain the rule, instead of abuse the other user (my opinion!), it would have been awesome. You’re not above needing moderation at times.