Did I just read that you were using these forums to proof read your document for technical accuracy and then you were going to upload it elsewhere? Now you're complaining about a moderator's handling of your posts? Seems a bit nervy. I'd also say that open and informal forums are not the best place to look for absolute accuracy. If you want technical accuracy for a product, you go to the engineers who designed it and not to forums frequented by its users. Any such document you might post is going to have second and third hand information and will be subject to being flawed. IMO, your rant is an insult to people here who would try to help you.
Hello Mr. R. Proffitt,
So let me get this straight, on my first (and last) post you accused me of plagiarism because you found the same text on another site, but you didn't even take 3 minutes to think about the possibility that the author of both texts maybe, just maybe was the same person... and wouldn't you know it, it was.
Then, without even giving me a chance to present my case, you locked my thread accusing me of promoting my content. But this time you were right.. sort of... I am, in fact, writing a technical document and I do believe that YOUR forum (because judging by your authoritarianism it MUST be YOUR forum) is a forum of technical interest, is it not?
Anyway, I am not promoting anything. I was just trying to get feedback on the technical accuracy of my writing and once the documents was error checked (thanks to the contribution of YOUR forum's members) and finished, I was going to upload it to different networking forums I participate in and one of those forums was going to be, of course, YOUR forum, the one that you SO BADLY moderate.
One last thing Mr. Forum Owner, here is the definition of a moderator, “an independent person or body officially appointed to settle a dispute”. Your authoritarianism, as you can see, causes disputes.