I would like to first thank you vroom
for asking our
opinions -- you always do, and it is (at least on my part)
Having been one of the people waiting for
masturbator's garbage to clear out of the chatterbox,
I believe the ignore feature is pretty useful and should
stay in as a feature. It's a little sad, yes, but the perl
monks world isn't much different from the real world,
except in the real world it probably takes a few more
mouse clicks to get a restraining order.
I don't see a need yet for giving out /ban authority,
that seems like too much check and too little balance.
But perhaps in the future it will be needed if the site
continues to grow and attract attention.
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