How to treat trolls

S.Kemter sirko.kemter at gmail.com
Tue Dec 18 15:58:18 UTC 2012


Hi,

2012/12/18 Joerg Simon <jsimon at fedoraproject.org>

> On 18.12.2012 13:12, Gabriele Trombini wrote:
> > Hi,
> > banning is not a good way IMHO.
> > If you begin to ban, for any reason, people can think that this is your
> > way to handle issues when you're in trouble.
> > I prefer the admin makes a public advice, pointing out that he's a
> > troll, telling him that next posts will be erased if he will not stop.
>
> again, banning in social media is different from other eco-systems - and
> is normally not a good way - because this gives them a challenge to come
> back and it gives them too much attention ;) - i think we give him too
> much attention already ;)
>
> And IMHO, if you really have to block or ban him, do it with less
> excitement around it as possible - because trolls are emotional
> atrophied people and will love the fuss
>

Joerg it will be hard on google+ to come back with another identity

br gnokii

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