In short: I found one of Pro Webmasters' moderators too eager to remove comments and I feel, that he has misused his moderator rights. Can someone spare 3-5 minutes to review this case?
Im my opinion, what was made by that moderator is 100% pure censorship, hidden behind mistaken understanding of FAQ and rules. Since we failed to settle together and since moderator failed to provide explanation, I've been asking him for, I need to seek some else help. Thank you in advance.
The entire case is described in details in this Pro Webmasters meta question. One of PW moderators had removed all three of my comments claiming, that they're off-topic, not constructive, too chatty and invite other users to open-discussion.
IMHO his opinion is incorrect. I claim, that non of my comments falls to above description. I'm convinced, that I provided an alternative answer or straightforwardly expressed that above comment or answer is incorrect, and moderator simply used his powers to remove claim, he doesn't agree with.
Mentioned moderator failed to provide reasonable explanation, keeps repeating his (taken out of FAQ and known to me) arguments and is not willing to battle my counterarguments. So I'm seeking for a person, that spare some time, to review this case and explain me, what is really going on here?
My comment directly expressed, that we're talking about production code. Nobody is doing debugging on production code, so this argument is pointless. That's all. Now, can someone enlighten me, what can be off-topic, too chatty or not constructive in such comment? For me, it is just a standard opinion.
I commented, that this comment is also kind of pointless, because in most cases browsers gets both files from cache, so there is no connection at all and no connection lag. Comment was removed for the very same reasons (inviting others to discussion, not constructive, off-topic). Can someone tell me, what is so not constructive and off-topic in a comment like that?
I understand, that there are different points of view and I understand that moderator's key job is to remove "noisy" content. But, when he or she is doing this too eagerly, this is wrong. And when, in addition, he or she, rejects to explain (in more details than FAQ covers) his/her decisions or is unable to battle a quality counterarguments, then I find this situation really bad.
I've been over a year on Stack Exchange, contributing (more or less successfully) to many sites. It was a really good year. I've seen a lot, but never something like in Pro Webmasters. I'm active on PW for just one day and I feel like I've been treated like a intruder and a useless person. That was a really bad day. I don't think I find enthusiasm to contribute any more to this site.