Talk:Harassment consultation 2015/Ideas/First : no denial or silence about it
1 possible solution is to create a block flag. The victim can flag user who he/she feels is harassing, and whenever the suspected perpetrator make any comment at the same issues/user, a message will be flag that simply stated,
"Your comment is currently being flag and many not appeared to certain users."
- An alternative could be to just have a way to flag an apparently offensive edit, which would put the diff into a category which could be watchlisted, in a way that can only be deleted by the original flagger or a person duly authorised (not just any admin). Several grades of offensiveness could be specified, from uncivil to blatant harassment. This flag could be applied by any logged in user. · · · Peter (Southwood) (talk): 17:07, 18 November 2015 (UTC)
- @Pbsouthwood: Yes (only on talk pages), because on article pages, sysop/other user will be monitoring both side. On talk page, the person is exercising his freedom to ignore specific person. It will be effective on all talk pages where harasser might follow. The concept work much like recent edit where you can filter out registered user/bot and simply unfiltered back the said person if he want to. Or like when Sysop hide certain user edit. Except in this case, the user ID appeared to the victim but his comment is blanked out. Other user still can see both person edit, only the person/victim who activated his/her filters will not see it. Asking other user to flag is adding unnecessary work for other people. Yosri (talk) 14:37, 19 November 2015 (UTC)