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By: GET_OUT_OF_SVER Sackboy 526 posts
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The Playstation MVP system needs to be changed

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Their are certain MVP's who insult, and harass others which is a violation of the forums. 

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Re: The Playstation MVP system needs to be changed

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I'm not going to say anything about the MVP's as there are some like sweetpoison who are actually good at it.  Glacious is good to, and many others.  I do think the forums need an overhaul though.  

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Re: The Playstation MVP system needs to be changed

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GET_OUT_OF_SVER wrote:

Their are certain MVP's who insult, and harass others which is a violation of the forums. 


 

if you believe that is the case

 

then take a screenshot picture of their comment/reply   (just in case they edited the post )

 

then report them  (including the screenshot) + the direct link to their comment with a mod

 

*at the Bottom Right corner of each post you will see "Report"- that's how you report to a mod  *pic below*

 

you can do the same for any user on this forums

 

Enjoy your stay at the PS forums Smiley Happy

 

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I just tend to ignore them now. There are a lot of them who deserve the position. Then there are others that make you scratch your head...

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ToXiC_Skiils wrote:

I just tend to ignore them now. There are a lot of them who deserve the position. Then there are others that make you scratch your head...


Absolutely true.

In the past, the MVP's were chosen my the moderators and administrators on this website.

I still rememeber those days too even though I was never one of them.

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hwhunt13 wrote:

ToXiC_Skiils wrote:

I just tend to ignore them now. There are a lot of them who deserve the position. Then there are others that make you scratch your head...


Absolutely true.

In the past, the MVP's were chosen my the moderators and administrators on this website.

I still rememeber those days too even though I was never one of them.


I remember those days to.  There was a time when it was pretty cool to have forum rank, but not anymore.  Not on these forums.  

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Just because there are certain PlayStation MVPs who are obviously bad examples or are generally unpleasant doesn't mean the the program is bad as a whole. The only way for PlayStation MVPs can be removed from the program if they break the non-disclosure agreement.

 

There are MVPs who help post [INFO] threads in PS General (da1writer is an example), write [REVIEW] threads (GrayGargoyle is an example), create thought-provoking discussions or debates (bob-maul is an example), host events (PLYMCO-PILGRIM is an example), host game nights (SweetPoision13 is an example), or help out in Support (gkpama00 and vfr_800_rider are examples).

 

Also, there are PlayStation MVPs who are part of the Welcoming Committee program and they help out newcomers feel more welcome and comfortable when they join this forum board.

 

This is coming from a user who is currently part of the PlayStation MVP and Welcoming Committee programs and speaking from personal experience.


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younginflavor18 wrote:

Just because there are certain PlayStation MVPs who are obviously bad examples or are generally unpleasant doesn't mean the the program is bad as a whole. The only way for PlayStation MVPs can be removed from the program if they break the non-disclosure agreement.

 

There are MVPs who help post [INFO] threads in PS General (da1writer is an example), write [REVIEW] threads (GrayGargoyle is an example), create thought-provoking discussions or debates (bob-maul is an example), host events (PLYMCO-PILGRIM is an example), host game nights (SweetPoision13 is an example), or help out in Support (gkpama00 and vfr_800_rider are examples).

 

Also, there are PlayStation MVPs who are part of the Welcoming Committee program and they help out newcomers feel more welcome and comfortable when they join this forum board.

 

This is coming from a user who is currently part of the PlayStation MVP and Welcoming Committee programs and speaking from personal experience.


I never said all MVP's are bad, just that a few of them need to look at the rules, and be respectful of others.

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GET_OUT_OF_SVER wrote:

younginflavor18 wrote:

Just because there are certain PlayStation MVPs who are obviously bad examples or are generally unpleasant doesn't mean the the program is bad as a whole. The only way for PlayStation MVPs can be removed from the program if they break the non-disclosure agreement.

 

There are MVPs who help post [INFO] threads in PS General (da1writer is an example), write [REVIEW] threads (GrayGargoyle is an example), create thought-provoking discussions or debates (bob-maul is an example), host events (PLYMCO-PILGRIM is an example), host game nights (SweetPoision13 is an example), or help out in Support (gkpama00 and vfr_800_rider are examples).

 

Also, there are PlayStation MVPs who are part of the Welcoming Committee program and they help out newcomers feel more welcome and comfortable when they join this forum board.

 

This is coming from a user who is currently part of the PlayStation MVP and Welcoming Committee programs and speaking from personal experience.


I never said all MVP's are bad, just that a few of them need to look at the rules, and be respectful of others.


I agree with you, SVER.

 

Also, if you believe there's an MVP who's continuing to break the forum rules and guidelines, wouldn't taking this matter to Tempest_Fire be the most appropriate thing to do, or reporting their posts to moderation?


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younginflavor18 wrote:

GET_OUT_OF_SVER wrote:

younginflavor18 wrote:

Just because there are certain PlayStation MVPs who are obviously bad examples or are generally unpleasant doesn't mean the the program is bad as a whole. The only way for PlayStation MVPs can be removed from the program if they break the non-disclosure agreement.

 

There are MVPs who help post [INFO] threads in PS General (da1writer is an example), write [REVIEW] threads (GrayGargoyle is an example), create thought-provoking discussions or debates (bob-maul is an example), host events (PLYMCO-PILGRIM is an example), host game nights (SweetPoision13 is an example), or help out in Support (gkpama00 and vfr_800_rider are examples).

 

Also, there are PlayStation MVPs who are part of the Welcoming Committee program and they help out newcomers feel more welcome and comfortable when they join this forum board.

 

This is coming from a user who is currently part of the PlayStation MVP and Welcoming Committee programs and speaking from personal experience.


I never said all MVP's are bad, just that a few of them need to look at the rules, and be respectful of others.


I agree with you, SVER.

 

Also, if you believe there's an MVP who's continuing to break the forum rules and guidelines, wouldn't taking this matter to Tempest_Fire be the most appropriate thing to do, or reporting their posts to moderation?


I am willing to give the person another chance, but the next time I have someone insulting me, or insulting/demeaning other people, I will report them to moderation.

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