At a guess it's because the team were kinda busy with this nice shiney new forum.
TI hope so. I can't see the point in purposely ignoring it.
There's loads of plausible reasons though, for example maybe the person who had a nose round the site has mod rights but actually leaves the modding to someone else (I've been slightly amazed how often this happens). Hopefully someone appropriate will answer you.
I think "Disturbing behavior" is a bit exaggerated don't you think? Davide has his email published on every post he writes on the blog, you could have simply emailed him instead of declaring to the world that you are a victim of a gross case of injustice.
And To whom it may concern, I apologize in advance for any perceived alarmist tone (mostly in the subject line). I wanted to make sure this attracted the appropriate people's attention to garnish an answer. Because frankly, I don't know who the appropriate people are to give an answer.
The moderator also covers another 6 or 7 roles so there might be a delay between the moment you post and the moment the comment appears.Having said this, he can decide that a comment is irrelevant and not publish it or he can simply make a mistake.
It was probably a mistake.
If you want I can solemnly apologise on behalf of the whole arduino team.
There is no conspiracy behind all of this, take it easy.
Ok, so I have proof my comment was indeed viewed by the Arduino Blog moderator, but was not approved.Why?
Thanks for the follow-up david. I didn't mean for this to be another 'bad apples' witch hunt, just wanted to know what was going on. I think if anything this shows it's time to get some more help maintaining the blog and/or other parts of arduino.cc. You guys seem to be overworked.
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