Obviously I won't reply to the message sent by the GAG system. But how do I find out what they even mean with their message? Should I contact GAG directly? Because their warning made zero sense to me. When something gets removed as nonsense or antagonistic and I disagree with it, okay, then I just have to accept it. But in this case it really makes zero sense. I'm a bit perplexed. How should I react? I mean, I could ignore it, yes, but I wan't to understand it so I can avoid it in the future.
The notification said that when I have a problem with another user, I should block him report him etc., but not post about him. But I haven't posted anything about anyone. I don't get it.
The warning is a bunch of set text, it's not written with you or your particular offence in mind.
So while you may not have posted about any particular user, it will include the line saying "don't post about particular users by name that you have a problem with."
A user who posts something like "That lUser unibrow45 is an asshole!" is going to get reported under the same condition and the email he gets will be exactly the same, word for word, as the email you got. But in his case, that line about posting about a user will absolutely apply to him.
If you ever have questions about post removals or warnings, please feel free to contact us... we never mind explaining further after looking into the specifics.
Those warnings are given after we've had to remove posts that were referring to other members in a negative way. We don't mind you guys sharing the GAGer love, but we don't want people publicly speaking ill of or bashing users/former users - we want to keep things as POSITIVE regarding the community as possible. That's all :-)
But again, please don't hesitate to ask if you're not understanding which posts the warnings were in reference to.