Usually I am very understanding and tolerant with people posting in Spanish, Italian, German, Portuguese, Dutch, and all kinds of other languages as long as I do not have to delete and close the threads myself. However, I thought everyone at least agreed on that this was an English and international site. Though CDFreaks IRC chat room is not really part of the CDFreaks website, and not even hosted and serviced through CDFreaks servers, the chat room is still part of the CDFreaks community activities.
<dansmug> nee, dat was iemand anders denk ik
<dansmug> wel funny
- KD_Werk is now known as KD_bezig
<Wannez> kheb eigl nog twee slpk vrij
<Wannez> maar 't zal nog een karwei worden om m’n vriendin te overtuigen
<Wannez> want ik sluit GEEN compromis
<Kennyshin> hmm… if u continue to type in non-English, I’ll type in Korean.
<Wannez> be my guest
<dansmug> it’s not that anyone would join your conversation
<Kennyshin> as if I were the only South Korean?
<Wannez> there are plenty actually
<Kennyshin> most South Koreans don’t post because of the language.
<Wannez> in south korea, that is
<Kennyshin> OK, I’ll just protest about it formally.
Unfortunately, that is not the first time I noticed such a behavior. From what I see, it is not only rude and against the general forum rules, but worse. Unacceptable.
Question is, is it going to be like that? Is the IRC room considered outside of CDFreaks responsibility that is self-regulated by the participating chatters themselves with no special status and rights? Everyone seems to have the OP status and quite many beside the Management, admins, and moderators seem to execute some actions that should have been normally reserved for the controlling chatters. Too many people seem to change their nicknames too frequently, sometimes using someone else’s name which sometimes causes some serious misunderstanding. I thought the IRC room was controlled by CDFreaks Management/Admin group just like the cdfreaks.com website.