- Apr 27, 2010
That's fair. I'm sure you aren't alone.I don't agree with your observation and conclusion.
That's a false analogy. They aren't banning a disruptive member and that isn't Xenforo's site. It belongs to someone else who happens to use their software as the vehicle for it. Xenforo are in no way responsible for the content of the site or the conduct of the members. There's no guilt by association to be had here. No one blames the forum software vendor for the actions of the forum owners, just as no one blamed Ford for the OJ Simpson's freeway chase because he drove a Bronco, and no one blamed Charter Arms Corp. because "Son of Sam" used that company's .44 Bulldog Special.This seems to apply to your train of thought. Have you never banned a site member from using your site for any reason who might harass your members or tarnish you/your sites reputation?
Perhaps. But then, this led TrixieTang to question purchasing their product because of the action they took. It's unlikely she's the only one. I don't see that as beneficial.Unfounded assumption perhaps?