22 votes

What's up with Jase and his nametag?

A troll or someone who does not have a complete grasp of communication or social convention. Even if trolling is not the intent, the result is indistinguishable. I'm continually saddened that Jason ...
mcknz's user avatar
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18 votes
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Can we help users determine what is and isn't rude?

I have seen an increase in rudeness on this site over the last year. I have also seen an increase in short-fuse reactions to rudeness -- things that would have just been flagged and otherwise ignored ...
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12 votes

What's up with Jase and his nametag?

While I'm typically loathe to write users off as a troll unless the content is blatantly trollish I can't even come close to the contortions required to make a case for legitimacy here. Essentially ...
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12 votes
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Change user's profile text

It's a bit rude, and if it were in a post or comment gratuitously it'd be flag-worthy, but in general, SE lets people use their profiles as they like so long as they aren't blatantly offensive. The ...
Monica Cellio's user avatar
10 votes

Is this user "votetoclose" a new way to cast a close vote?

As of now, there are no special "vote to close" accounts, but even if StackExchange introduces one in future, you can be sure the user name will be suffixed with the diamond (♦) character. Moreover, ...
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10 votes

Is this user "votetoclose" a new way to cast a close vote?

It's just another user. You can choose almost any name you like, as long as it isn't offensive. It looks like it was someone who created an account for the purpose of voting to close a question, not ...
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How to flag a user with an offensive username?

Flag any of their content with a custom "requires moderator attention" flag. If they don't have any content, flag any of your own with the same. Be as descriptive as possible. Moderators can see the ...
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Can I have a question removed from my account

Moderators cannot disassociate posts, but employees can. The most efficient way to make this happen, therefore, is to use the "contact us" link at the bottom of the page. Include the URL of the post ...
Monica Cellio's user avatar
2 votes

How can I delete my profile in The workplace meta?

How to remove my account from this forum? I searched the FAQs and other sources but I couldn't find a "canonical" answer to that. Like I mentioned in comments, I posted a question on Meta....
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2 votes

How to flag a user with an offensive username?

You could use the "in need of moderator intervention" text box next to any of their content to note that the username is offensive. That might do.
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