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We don't. They discussed this earlier and talked about doing something, but when it came down to it I think it was decided upon that it wasn't any of our business. Buddy. c:
i'd like it to be my business. if i report someone that means that user's behavior bothers me so it is my business
But it's not any of your business what measures a mod has or has not chosen to use. Stop reporting me, gosh. >.> xD
not you -_- it's an answer sniper
Oh, I was kidding. But that does make me feel warmer inside. Thank you. haha
im not interested what a mod will do to someone. im interested to know if a mod did something
lol @rebeccaskell94 what did you do this time..another new user reporting you? =)))) lol
Lgba...Don't start with me.
Is it me? xD
We don't usually report back to users who file abuse reports how a situation was handled. I've made exceptions to this in the past in very specific circumstances, but as a general rule we don't report back. Usually, in the event of answer sniping a mod will either reply to the question or DM the user as a first attempt to solve the problem. If we continue getting reports after that, we'll start issuing warnings and suspensions if the user doesn't seem interested in changing their behavior. Ultimately, the goals behind this policy are to protect users who genuinely made a mistake (we don't want to embarrass them and therefore discourage them from using the site) and to minimize the amount of time it takes to deal with issues (if a mod had to report back to the reporting users for each abuse report, they would take a lot more time). Ultimately, all abuse reports are looked at. There is probably a small percentage that fall through the cracks from time to time and don't get handled (we see them, but think another mod has handled it or will handle it), but we're human. If you see multiple offenses of the same variety a few hours after reporting a user, then report them again.