@skelly @KingBee Making a new account and using it to interact with people who (knowingly for you) blocked your old account is block evading. People blocked you, they don't want you to interact with them, you have to respect that decision.
Making a new account on the same instance that suspended your old account is block evading. Its admins decided they don't want to host you, you have to respect that decision.
Making a new account on a new instance because an old instance had suspended you is not block evading.
(This toot would not exist if I was not currently spammed by moderation reports that sound like "Luna is wrong and she had a bad take two months ago")
@KingBee @skelly No, Luna did not say exactly that (and in fact later she explicitly said that it is not okay). Yes, the take in question can be interpreted that way, which makes it a bad take. It does not warrant banishing the person from fediverse forever though (and right now, as an admin of this instance, I'm getting a number of demands which boil down to that).
The fact that admins of vulpine do not want to host Luna does not automatically mean that every single user of vulpine does not want to interact with Luna.
The reason Luna created an account on this instance was to have an account on Mastodon. This is not the block evasion; vulpine admins do not have the authority to banish someone from the entire fediverse.
And then, as soon as they got an account on your instance, they interacted with people that had actively blocked them when they were on vulpine.
Ignoring past blocks the moment you're on a new account (which hasn't been blocked yet) is the DEFINITION of block evading.
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