Yea. Saw it. You can pin it to Winston Churchill's coffin, but that still doesn't give it any worth to this at all. It's a set of rules pinned in an isolated section of the forums, meaning it applies to that section of the forums. If that's not true, then it should be elsewhere. But when I take a look at the forum hub, I see no button that directs me to a set of rules. Or a section dedicated to listing rules that can be seen from the hub. As a first impression, and 7 years later, I still don't have any set of rules to go by other than common sense. This is apparently not a common sense issue.
In any case, his attitude has damaged nothing. He's been nothing but a nice guy, and a huge MO fan-boy. That's not something negative in any sense... when it comes to being a fan-boy of one of our projects, anyway. We're still getting hits with B-Mod around, if not more since he's referencing MO more than King Tut himself. If anything, he's probably gotten MO extra hits from other Egyptians. Algerian Major stole assets from us as well, but we're not doing anything about him. Loads of people here have stolen assents. And we're not hosting a single one of them. That's the justice here; not denying access to our community because of it. You can ban him, but I'll debate the action and demand us to revise any rule or future rules regarding it and be 100% justified in doing so. Because if you are legitimately concerned about B-Mod negating traffic to MO, barring him from the community does not solve that issue. If there would be any result, it would be negative towards our forum, even if it's slight. At least with him here, we have a better chance of control his work.
And a huge issue: he probably is using that translator. It's awful. I tried using it for my German homework. It was wrong almost every time, unless I was using a very generic sentence like, "What way to the bus station?" or "I am hungry."