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Well, seems as though I am not getting back on Ravelry.  I never once flagged a post so that can’t cause a disruption.  I rarely left my few groups to troll groups I had no business in because I didn’t feel the need to correct or voice an opinion when I wasn’t even a member.  Sure, I followed links but not only from Bunkerboard.  I doubt that caused any kind of disturbance.  I find it interesting that Casey is making available now some of the features we’d been asking for during the election. Blah blah blah, yes he appears to be busy but I personally think that his project priorities are out of order.  The ability to ignore a member should have been apart of one of the first things coded.

Anyway- To show that I did nothing wrong (except apparently to demand this so called evidence- which shouldn’t be a problem if he had any evidence begin with) I will be posting the back and forth between Casey and myself prior to the great ban.  I also will include post ban correspondence with Craig-sey.  I hope that it will open the eyes of some people but even if it doesn’t – well that is just too bad.

This post will be long and not only will I post emails, I will post my final thoughts about Ravelry and then that will be the last I say on the subject.


26 Febuary- I emailed Casey for the first time ever.  I had an issue where I thought that he was being unprofessional in the handling of a situation.  The back and forth was courteous on both ends.

I was going to cut and paste but that required too much reformatting- so I decided to screen cap it.  There are over 20 emails to get through just about the banning and about 6-9 just correspondence with Casey.  I left the date and time so that you can all see the progression and what I have highlighted are some interesting statements that I feel should be looked at more closely- especially when Casey not only encourages flagging posts but that he knew it wasn’t the Bunker that was causing the problems but were on the receiving end of straight out harassment.

Ravelry claims that all is open on the site and nothing is to be behind closed doors.  So because I was denied the ability to know what it is I did wrong I feel as though I must put forth all correspondence (which isn’t  a lot for being a contributing member for a year and a half) so that others can see that I did nothing to warrant the actions taken- transparency is my aim. So here we go:

Casey Email

Casey Email

Casey Email

Casey Email

Casey Email

Casey Email

Casey Email

The Banning Correspondence:

Ban

Ban

Ban

Ban

Ban

null

Ban

Ban

Ban

ban

ban

ban

ban

ban

ban

ban

ban

ban

ban

ban

ban

ban

ban

Thats the end of the correspondence.  Now, I am ok with not being on Ravelry.  It is probably a good thing since now I can focus on my craft as well as other things that will reward my input far more than the kind of website  Ravelry is under the surface.  I wasn’t angry- I just wanted to know what it was that I supposedly did. The question was ignored, glossed over and overlooked.  I didn’t appreciate that a so called lawyer would send snippy replies and never provided his quaifications.  I have NEVER known a lawyer (or any other profession that requires so much schooling) to be shy about sharing qualifications, much less out right refuse to give them.  To each his own- in this case Casey and Co with Ravelry.

If you made it this far I commend you!  I know it was long and you should totally go get yourself a treat as a reward!

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Written by Moi

March 23, 2009 at 7:55 pm