@mnakalay I will try to be very precise.
In this particular case, no one points to direct links to products, which is already a significant improvement in the forum.
However, the only products on Marketplace that address a user’s issue are yours.
I understand your line of defense for the product – I also don’t know what more to require from a 2FA plug.
I also understand your arguments that the user @carl101lee did not check what Concrete CMS has in the package. He should, before he made his arguments about other safeguards - it’s strange.
I will say more.
Your contribution to solving user problems is invaluable (John’s as well) – thank you for that, I think I will not be alone in this.
You’re doing a great job – thanks for that.
However, I will now try to answer your main question on a matter of moderators related to ethics in particular.
Hmmm. How to put it so as not to offend anyone again?
Maybe preferably according to the definition.
" Volunteering is a voluntary act of an individual or group freely giving time and labor for community service."
- A conflict of interest in volunteering may arise where the volunteer acts in his or her own interest or in the interest of a third party rather than in the interest of the organisation or person he or she is facilitating.
Of course, I do not know 100% what the relationship between Portland Labs and moderators looks like – I do not need this knowledge for anything, but the declaration that moderators are volunteers is already binding for me. This declaration also leads me to mention the potential conflict of interest in this and several previous cases.
The marketplace is for sale products, there’s plenty of room to do it - I believe we can do it better.
I am aware that my opinion may adversely affect the status quo prevailing here, and I may meet with ostracism, which I think I have even begun to experience, but in my opinion, it is more important to develop this project (Concrete CMS) so that it is more user-friendly than supplying developers’ coffers.
I think that’s a transparent point of view.
By the way – to everyone supporting Concrete CMS.
I am happy that you find time, you have the desire to help – it is glorious and invaluable.
You have reasons to be proud.
Yes, it’s volunteering. Thank you for that.