As I type this, Ken has only posted 1 message (on 3/10) since his return.
I have hopes that Ken will show much more restraint in his postings, and I also hope that the other members will have much, much more restraint in their replies to him.
As far as I know it, Ken is still restricted as before the suspension.
I would also like to point out to Ken, that the moderation efforts at the non "Free For All" forums very much can also be to his benefit. While the "FFA" forum grants Ken freedom from moderation, it also grants the same to the others.
On 03-18-04, Ken started replying to various topics not on his restriction list. I asked him to refrain from posting outside his current FFA topics until such time as I could verify his restrictions with Admin.
As it stands right now, Ken continues to be restricted to his current FFA threads. If Ken wishes some leeway on starting new threads, he should petition me here email@example.com
As far as the FFA being moderation free, this is only a rule of thumb and moderation will take place there but not necessarily to the same extent as on other forums.
I want to reiterate Admoose's comments concerning Ken's opponents. Please, let's refrain from everyone jumping on each and every word out of Ken's keyboard. Give some space, give some time...We can be overwhelming to some posters .
I want to state again, that there is no time constraint on posting. Posts and their originators will still be here if you take the time to preview your replies and get them right the first time out. I STRONGLY suggest that the edit button not be used to change your posts, especially without notice of exactly what you are changing. Utilization of the little red arrow reply button at the bottom of the specific post you are replying too is greatly encouraged. Posting of bare links without your own comments on the significance of these links is discouraged. Forum Guidelines