richard_leeds wrote:I'd advocate very strict interpretation of what is "technical" on the car threads. There are many posts I'd happily delete given the mandate (incl some of my own )
The race threads will have a bit more leeway because racing incidents are subjective.
I'd ban all driver or team idolatry. Ban driver avatars & names. I'm serious on that, some people talk about "we need to" as if they owned the team. Others seem to have a crystal ball "they need to get a better DRS and an improved front wing, and driver x prefers a car
made on a Tuesday with 33.576 points of understeer on Rascas but only if he is wearing is pink socks".
Terms such as "the boss" should incur instant deletion of a post. If you can't use the diver's name then don't bother cluttering the technical boards with your drivel. Repeats should incur a temp ban.
Criticising another member or getting personal should be deleted and repeaters banned. Its like two whining children, "I don't care who started it, the two of you need to shut up".
This is an added burden for the mods. I'd happily help, not as a full mod, but a defined remit to target particular unwelcome behaviours. For example some of us could be "pointless-long-quote-or-repeated-big-photo" killers. Others could be "the boss" killers.
bhallg2k wrote:Have we forgotten how to ignore?
donskar wrote:In addition, I suggest F1T should aspire (among other things) to share knowledge.
Last, I support ruthless moderating. Throw out the fan boys and preachers.
Hamilton is such a cool guy and he is hot and all of that
xxx is going to whip yyy in the next race
Team zzz need to copy <long list> feature from RB
That team sucks
xxx has beaten yyy by 3 places in the last 4 races, I wonder if that will continue in the next race
Team zzz don't seem to have developed a blown diffuser
That team seems to be struggling, they have 10 points but this time last year they had 50. I wonder why?
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