Me and @dGr8LookinSparky find problems with the current system of voting, specifically votes that would: kick, mute or putteam a user to spectator.
@dGr8LookinSparky brought up:
[3:07 PM] where a mute vote might be appropriate, but isn't used
A lot of the times on GrangerPub, Club or GrangerLab a person might be causing trouble, say annoying users or doing something bad. Most of the times we enforce the rule of a valid vote reason, which means putting a reason that should be the reason why X user should be muted, spectated or kicked instead of some random reason like
because he is annoying.
Tremulous pre-defined reasons
totally not copyrighted™ by dgr8LookinSparky©
The main purpose of these pre-defined reasons would avoid the problem of having invalid vote reasons and help us as well as users get an action they find offensive dealt with quicker. Pre-defined votes would work like say:
user1: /callvote mute user2 reason4 or Reason4 or R4 or r4
Reason 4 or other variants would be the pre-defined reasons for a callvote mute, lets call Reason 4:
Output would be:
user1: /callvote mute user2 reason4
user1 has called a vote mute against user2 with the reason: (Spamming)
This will allow a user to call a mute vote with a quick and valid reason, which will not only limit the
where a mute vote might be appropriate, but isn't used™ but also allow actions to be done properly, without the hassel of these invalid vote mutes that some trolly player might call or someone might just call out of annoyance.