alt131 - 1:41 am on Feb 28, 2011 (gmt 0)
I don't think this is an issue of whether tedster did the right/wrong thing. I think it is an issue of the implications of relaxing the "no links" policy.
I don't like links and said so during the member commentary.
What is interesting about this is that the advocates of links haven't turned out in force to explain how to allow links while preventing WebmasterWorld being used in this way - or explain why this is an acceptable price to pay in order to reap the alleged benefits of allowing links.
I also wonder about WebmasterWorld's standing after a few more incidents like this.
Brett/anyone - did anyone check to see if the poster made similar posts in other places - or just here?