Deletion of [a][s] Articles by JM

A curious bit of moderation by the Weasyl admins today: they deleted two articles over at the [adjective][species] Weasyl page (adjspecies).

The reason given was contravention of Community Guidelines, specifically the "General Conduct" section III. A. 1. "Slandering any users, whether verbally, through a submission, a journal, or by impersonating them.".

Both journals were introductions and links to www.adjectivespecies.com articles, the most recent two on the site as I type this (on March 8 & March 10 respectively). Nobody was mentioned, at all, in the article fragments posted to Weasyl, except in the title of both journals.

I respect the decision, but I don't understand it. The Community Guidelines state, quite reasonably, that third parties cannot appeal on behalf of another user. I only write for [a][s], and officially [a][s] has no problem with the decision.

https://www.weasyl.com/journal/42748/recent-syndicated-posts

Anyone at Weasyl care to shed a bit of light?

Deletion of [a][s] Articles

JM

11 March 2014 at 11:56:28 MDT

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