LaughingCharlie observed, in another thread now locked by the moderators:-
And he's right.
Earlier today I made a perfectly polite, reasonable, relevant post in a thread titled "Feedback about new Discourse Forums" offering feedback about the new Discourse platform. I was making an observation about the way the method of "hiding" posts flagged by the community actually draws attention to them by presenting an enticing link to click to view the "hidden" content.
My post was deleted and I got a message from the moderators telling me that it was "off topic" and that if I made it there again it would be deleted again for being "off topic".
If that observation is "off topic" in a thread entitled "Feedback about new Discourse Forums", where would it be "on topic"?!
Really, where do the moderators want and expect an observation about that to be made?
Or will it be censored, and will I get warnings from the moderators, wherever I post it?
Pipstradamus, you keep on telling everyone that ordinary members who don't break the rules are not censored, so please tell me why this is happening, because at the moment, I think you can see that it's really not possible to make any sense of it at all, is it?