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This petition concerns the MAG community at large, MAG being a first person shooter (FPS) for the Playstation 3 gaming console.

The thread linked above is the "Have You Seen Me/Played With Me Before" thread on the official MAG forums, started on March 27th, 2010 by "Alyoyo". This was a thread that promoted respect, teamwork, inter-factional/clan rivalries, and camaraderie within the aforementioned MAG community. With a video game such as this with the content it was, there is an automatic built-in competition between members/clans/factions, but it was the one place where respect and goodwill was shown between its members.

On June 3rd, 2010, the thread in question was locked by the forum administrator, RazorBlade07 with the response:

"Threads of this nature tend to turn into popularity contents and lead to flaming and are generally not permitted here. Additionally, please keep personal conversations to the forums messenger. Thanks."

If this was such a problem, shouldn't it have been locked/deleted well before the 2 1/2 months and the 2000+ posts it had accrued?

Immediately after, the moderation/administrative team of the forums were receiving private messages from members of the MAG community as well as posts in the General Discussion forum directly related to the closing of the thread in question.

In direct conversations with RazorBlade07, he has been unwilling to listen to the community he serves and aside from, copies and pastes sentences from his rules to state his claims instead of giving an honest answer about this situation.

For a moderation team to want to promote constructive posting, they continually allow threads that are obvious flame wars every day, while locking positive, constructive threads.

Basically, the aim of this petition is the following:

1. The reinstatement of the above linked thread to the MAG community.

2. Changes to the moderation policies put forth by Lithium Technologies and any associated parties including but not limited to Sony and Zipper Interactive to put forth consistent practices in moderation/administration.

If you agree with the above, please sign the petition and please add any comments you feel that is pertinent to the cause.


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  • 16 December 201550. Peter Mcfarland
    I support this petition
  • 26 November 201549. Mrnorthamerica Bridges
    I support this petition
  • 09 November 201548. Soulbit Beck
    I support this petition
  • 26 October 201547. Mr Supera
    This thread was cool and MUDMASTEI2_23 sucks. PSN ID Wicked_Glory
  • 08 September 201546. Alyoyo Oconnell
    В PSN ID Alyoyo
  • 30 August 201545. Alex Mann
    bring back that thread...NOW PSN ID Be_Serious7
  • 13 August 201544. Devon M
    Bout damn time someone trys to take down the mods PSN ID BlackSoulBlade
  • 11 August 201543. Tim G
    Very True PSN ID Griffy
  • 01 July 201542. Thomas B
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  • 29 April 201538. Stewiew Singleton
    The mods don't understand MAG is meant to have some rivalry. PSN ID stewiew69
  • 18 December 201437. Tyler Nt
    This is just the latest in a long-standing series of inconsistent moderation from the team. Every so often, it seems, moderators will simply "have a bad day", and come down harder on forum posts than they usually do, as well as locking posts they may pers
  • 29 November 201436. Ioncatalin T
    В PSN ID tic2000
  • 31 May 201435. Kris Washington
    it was a great thread, and the admin also loced and deleted several other non-vioation threads the same day. PSN ID yamomoto
  • 17 December 201334. Dylan W
    While I don't mind a few threads being deleted to make things easier, I have seen a lot of threads get left up that should have been deleted before the one in question. PSN ID WhitefoxBlack
  • 19 October 201333. Osman Reilly
    Despite being accostumed to their very odd and trigger happy moderating so far, I'm still perplexed why they felt the need to shut down a simple community thread that is GOOD for the game and bringing its community together, with such nonsensical reason.
  • 02 October 201332. Kyle M
    This thead NEEDS to come back. PSN ID MUDMASTEI2_23
  • 12 August 201331. Brian Lewis
    That was the best thread on the forum, was completely MAG-related and encouraged everyone to pay attention to who is shooting them. Bad call on the lock mods. :| PSN ID Squiggy2010
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  • 04 March 201327. Joshua S
    Mods have been way out of hand lately and sending the PM does nothing PSN ID xTOMMYTROJANx
  • 02 February 201326. Steven P
    This has got to stop! For MAGs sake! PSN ID StevoP80
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Zipper Interactive, namely Jim Bosler, Brian Soderberg, and Jeremy Dunham.


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