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  • casuallynoted (edited 3 years ago)
    +17

    New mod of /t/nocontext here! Just read this, and have begun removing reference comments. I believe the previous mod thought it would help people find the sub and help people laugh a bit, but I absolutely understand where you're coming from. It's officially against the rules to reference comment as of today, i'm sorry that happened.

    • Katherine
      +16

      Well hey, we're not mad at you for existing or anything! It's just the attitude of "subreddits as hashtags," which adds little-to-nothing to the discussion and really just kind of bogs down the comments, encouraging "reddit-isms" that don't belong here.

      • casuallynoted (edited 3 years ago)
        +6

        Absolutely! I totally get that, I'm glad that it was addressed this early on, so that that way we can keep this site better than the old one! :)

        • Fooferhill
          +7

          That's why taking time to understand the environment is important rather than wanting to jump in and take over tribes just to be a mod. I'm sure all the reddit refugees will need to make adjustments as this site is not a reddit replacement but has its own culture and expectations.

          • casuallynoted (edited 3 years ago)
            +4

            Although with that said, I wasn't the mod when this happened. I began being a mod this morning, when the previous owner of the tribe resigned. I intend to take this slow for those very reasons. :)