admin thoughts, udhr
i am considering applying the universal declaration of human rights as the terms-of-service/code-of-conduct of lonely.town and thighhigh.supply
the idea would be to consider the admins as a (non-elected) monarchy with ultimate power, and mods as an elected government for day-to-day running (article 21) these two bodies form the judiciary for any disputes.
if for any reason you are not happy with the idea of a non-elected monarchy, you are free, under articles 13 and 15 to leave and use another instance.
any user found guilty of breaching articles 28, 29 or 30 would then be subject to the moderation tools available to us (including denial of service), but is free to find another instance.
what do you think?
very interesting discussions were had at #copyleftconf
when the videos go up i really suggest you check them out
hi #copyleftconf 👋
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