It was my understanding that specifically naming someone as an example is bad form, such as, in the past, when a particular user has been named as someone who votes to close posts, but does not participate in other ways, when we were talking about how many questions were closed.
Recently, there was an issue between two users here when one was posting comments about the other, which I flagged, and which were, in fact, deleted for being abusive.
Then, the one poster who had his comments flagged, posted a question here, and singled out that same user who he'd posted comments about on another question.
When I flagged that post, I was informed that that person's name would be removed, but only because that person was obviously upset.
I was under the impression that you simply did not reference other users as this was considered "calling out" other users and a violation of the "Be nice" policy.
If this is not the case, then what are the rules regarding this? I'm asking because I am feeling quite confused by all of this.