The reason they prefer not to come out in public to discuss it is because they are likely wrong, without a valid argument. This is a clear example of why the downvote feature is bad in its current form. It's encouraging users to troll in complete anonymity. The internet is already anonymous enough. Giving the trolls access to a downvote feature like this is just asking for trouble.WorldIRC wrote: ↑Jul 20th, 2017 9:45 pmI never said there is no recourse. I promised to monitor and ensure the admins take action against the user if their trend continues. The only have 25 total downvotes...hardly trolling at this point. More likely that they simply disagreed or didn't like what you had to say and prefer to not to come out in public to discuss it.
I know who you are talking about by the way (the person downvoting me). They have some sort of personal vendetta against me. I don't appreciate the downvotes, even if it's only 25. It should not be allowed.