lackattack wrote:I'm talking about grievances made purely for revenge. I don't want that allowed. It may be technically possible but should be against policy. This seems obvious to me, but it's also obvious that we need guidelines as to what is and is not appropriate to grieve about.
How determing the difference is next to impossible unless someone full on says "this is because you filed on me." There is no rules to giving them, so there is no 'wrong' filing.
All I know, is that someone called me ahole, then filed a grievance against me. Then someone used abusive language in filing another grievance against me. Neither of these things have been reviewed by anyone, and I have no avenue to get them removed. I have only two things I can do right now, tell "my side of the story" that no one will read. And file a grievance against them, warning other players that they are ridiculous. If this second avenue is gone, then its a beat you to the punch issue.
I would go on to say, that filing a grievance against someone that is unwarranted SHOULD be grounds to file a grievance back. I haven't filed at all versus my two, because there is no reason for it, but I think it would be pretty legitment to file a grievance and write "Filed un-warranted grievance against me." That IS my grievance with them. If they would have called me an ahole and let it ago, then no one is the wiser and life moves on. But with the new system its now aired in public.
I wouldn't play versus someone who had a grievance that said "Filed un-warranted grievance against me." That's more valuable to me then "this guy sucks balls" or whatever that guy wrote about me, despite the RULE that states abusive language isn't allowed.