Parker Peters wrote:
I've given my responses as to why arbcom
doesn't bother with these cases in
another response, Jimbo.
But here's the short side:
you've put up so many roadblocks to starting an arbcom case, and there are
so many items an abusive administrator can throw in the way of one, that
there is no chance for any of these cases to possibly see arbcom attention.
What are the blocks you see, and how should we remove them?
Clearly, there is no intention to make it difficult for anyone to start
an arbcom case.