I would suggest that, I am not an extremely active member of Debian Forums, not actually, though recently I made a few posts within a couple of Debian Forum Threads, & I wanted to cite those couple of Forum Threads to the larger community of Debian Users, as well as the total body of Debian Moderators & Admin, for a hopeful Temperate consideration of the contents, please.
I would as well note that, I am NOT looking to get banned, not actually.
I'll be finished with posting in the Debian Forum for a while upon this particular thread, & hope contexts improve.
As well, I would like to make explicit mention of,
Like within a formal Debate, or a Trial within a Court of Law, contexts could be variably argued, & "Community Policies" & conducts could as well be argued, inclusive the potential that particular contexts could be more explicitly articulated.
There are Debian Community Policies that could be argued in my defense against a probable suspension or reprimand of my own Debian Forum behavoir & conduct.
(#Readers, take snapshots of these thread posts, for your own good, in case, just to reference & consider.
Perhaps they won't ban me, not actually.)
Thank you for reading.
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I wanted good instructions, cited of Debian Users within the Debian Forum, for DNS Masq, & I as well wanted to comment about the recent Freenode incident, & I searched & read quite a little bit, & I wanted that info FOR the Debian Forum group. I was definitely of good Community intention in my recent posts.
As well note:
I actually did a Debian Forum Search about "Freenode", & upon search result, there were two specific threads that seemed aspectually applicable to my posts about the topic, inclusively aside of the other consequential posts of others priori the thread was LOCKED. I think that there's considerable candid probability that there's a 2nd Debian Forum thread that might have, of confessed suggestion, been a palette more suitable for the post. Perhaps various readers might deduce their own perspectives of amidst cited & implicit contexts.
What an idiosyncratic, auto-semantic, obvious thing.
How could you miss that?