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comment The code of conduct has been changed
@FedericoPoloni your example is a little more involved. If you misgender someone 10 times and on the 11th they correct you, that is essentially the same as if they corrected you the first time. If you misgender some 10 times and after every time they correct you, and on the 11th time they flag you, you can expect a mod message, but you might not get a mod message if the incidents are spread out over a couple of years and/or the user has changed their username/avatar.
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comment The code of conduct has been changed
@FedericoPoloni it looks like you found the comment
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comment The code of conduct has been changed
@FedericoPoloni while lots of users are claiming you have to check profiles, all the official responses have been that you do not. I can assure you that the mere presence of pronouns in the profile is insufficient for you to be formally reprimanded.
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comment The code of conduct has been changed
@AzorAhai I think there must be enough users across the network who don't see use people's pronouns as a subset of be nice, that they needed to state it outright. I hope for us it is not an issue, but we will see.
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asked The code of conduct has been changed
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comment How are different disciplines represented on this site?
Have you seen academia.meta.stackexchange.com/questions/467/…
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comment Stack Exchange support of the community
@FedericoPoloni I am a little worried that they used her religion against her and were hoping she would be distracted by preparations for the holiday and offline/less likely to respond for 72 hrs to make this easier for them. I am not saying that is the case, but the optics (and a lot of this is about optics for SE) are not good. Why couldn't they have waited 3 days?
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answered 2019 Community Moderator Election Results
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comment Stack Exchange support of the community
@Marco13 if you don't see anything in Aza's post other than accusations of bigotry, then there is nothing I can say to convince you. My suggestion would be for you to talk to someone who you respect and who understands LGBT+ issues about Aza's post.
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comment Stack Exchange support of the community
@Mast all meta question must have at least one tag from bug, support, discussion, or feature-request. I think my question is probably closer to an announcement than a discussion, but if people want to discuss my actions or SE actions or possibly even if the community should do something, they are welcome to.
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comment Stack Exchange support of the community
@Flyto I am not sure which position you do not have much sympathy for, but that is your personal choice and doesn't matter. People are upset about a lot of things, but I think it really boils down to the SE team messed up badly the past few days.
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comment Stack Exchange support of the community
@TylerH I think I fundamentally disagree with the beliefs expressed in Caleb's answer, but I hope you can see how some of the issues he brings up are a moderation nightmare.
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comment Stack Exchange support of the community
@TylerH you know our hands are tied regarding some of this. I have no idea why SE is changing the CoC. I am concerned that the proposed changes will make things harder when dealing with issues important to LGBT+ users. Most importantly, I am pissed that the SE team has let everyone down.