Is there way to mute/block and/or report users and/or messages that need action without knowing exactly who's around at the time?
I know you can mute a stream, but it doesn’t help when an actor keeps creating new streams despite being asked to stop doing so.
Unfortunately there isn't; we could create an alias that would ping everyone with administrator privileges which might help with this sort of case. As Zulip was originally designed with corporate environments in mind, these sorts of features aren't present yet.
@nagisa Let me guess: the funetic spelling thread?
there’s an instance of it in #t-community/l10n/ja too.
We can probably just move that topic from that stream to the #t-compiler > heksifglish smal kes topic.
Only other instance is in #t-community/l10n > rust_8_2 for default hexadecimal nmbrs
This is like a cross between APL and Time Cube, with some doge/lolspeak thrown in.
I'm currently posting warnings in all of those threads.
I've also notified moderators.
And they posted again anyway: https://rust-lang.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/226068-t-community.2Fl10n/topic/c-.3Ec.2B.2B-.3Erust-.3Eheksi.2B.2B
@nagisa @BurntSushi @Manish Goregaokar ^
would be nice if zulip had a report feature where in users can report messages to moderators directly
That would be worth reporting as a Zulip issue. There should be an option to set a "moderators" group, who receive messages any time there's a report. And ideally, there would also be a way to set up a private conversation with moderators and yourself, to provide more detail.
Definitely worth opening an issue; mention that you're coming from the Rust community and they'll tag it as such.
It was closed as a duplicate of this issue, but Josh Triplett commented there, and the pre-existing issue was labeled as a
rust community request. :+1:
Last updated: Oct 11 2021 at 22:34 UTC