TL;DR: What can I do against one user (and his obedient friends) taking revenge on me regarding rejecting contributions?
Like two weeks ago, I rejected a contribution of user Westicles, while giving my reasons (requires a lot of googling, solution was obfuscated). Other users shared the opinion, so the contribution got eventually rejected.
Couple of days later, I rejected another contribution (without even realizing it’s again the same author) and again, it got eventually rejected, because many people disliked the idea.
Btw, author resubmitted both contributions, I don’t think he addressed any of the suggestions (I may be wrong though).
Yesterday I created a new CoC contribution, it got approved by one user (btw #1 in CoC), but then it got instantly rejected by Westicles (reason: Solution not appropriate for shortest mode.), and his two friends who often accept his contributions when everyone else rejects them (reasons: “I don’t like this. You have to better than this.” and “Makes no sense Try harder next time!”). To me it looks like an obvious non-constructive revenge. What can I do to defend? I’d love to improve my contribution so that it is better, but in this case I’ve no idea how I should do that.
I’ll delete @anon12600689 's account: full of copy paste solutions account and abusing their powers.
@ChampionCoder you could follow the same path if you continue behaving this way. First (and last) warning.
@Westicles , the reason for rejection of this puzzle seems abusive to me. I’m expecting more from high-level members of the community. Consider this as a warning before removal of your moderation rights.
@Westicles@Velcoro I trust you both to do what’s best for the community: create and moderate great contributions. You can disagree on things but please remain polite. Fight with ideas not with personal attacks. @Velcoro feel free to repost your puzzle as is.