Excepting spam, I never
delete a post without personally contacting the author with an explanation or unless the deletion was requested
for a good reason, and this only happens a handful of times per year. I would never remove a post purely out of censorship or to make my side of an argument look better; furthermore, given our community is very active, willing to speak their minds, and technically proficient, I would expect to be both caught and called out if I did
try such a tactic.2.
Everyone can plainly see that you initially raised the discussion of "real programming" (at the bottom of post #13
), and then negatively reacted to Cornstalks' reply in post #16
. You gave an opinion, but questioned the right of another user to offer an alternative one. Personally I don't think it was particularly unreasonable of anyone to question that, and I'm not sure why you decided to take that conversation into an argument.3.
You're more than welcome to disagree with me, and other members do so all the time. I might argue another point of view, but I won't censor you or abuse my moderation capabilities. I don't
appreciate you telling lies or trying to portray me as some sort of villain.
Don't tell lies, and stop falsely playing the victim -- you will be caught out in any lies, and you will be called on foolish behaviour.