Tue 10th November 2009, 5:37am
QUOTE(Wizardman @ Tue 10th November 2009, 5:40am)
Well, seeing as how my motions kept your restrictions from remaining indefinite and how I supported the complete lifting the second time through...
But it's obviously natural to be anti-arbcom when you've been sanctioned by them. As for accomplishments, my drafted cases were handled quick. No three month battlegrounds from this guy.
True, I'd forgotten about that--a few arbitrators did vote to lift the sanctions, so in that respect I was too harsh. But when I was talking about accomplishments, I wasn't really talking about issues of speed and productivity. What I really meant was "how did you contribute to the development of the ArbCom's working philosophy and relationship with the community?" Do you think you facilitated the continuation of the status quo, or do you think the ArbCom has improved in some basic way through your contributions?
QUOTE(Cla68 @ Tue 10th November 2009, 5:48am)
By the way, I believe I'm under ArbCom sanction also, and it's similar to Everyking's. I'm ok with it, however.
You're an ArbCom-convicted stalker like me? In that case, I must say that it was highly irresponsible of the ArbCom to appoint you to its short-lived "Advisory Council"--after all, we stalkers are extremely dangerous people.
Did they put you under Tony Sidaway's mentorship too? That's when you know they really