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Does Codidact want to silence its users as SE does?
After joining Codidact and then reading many posts, I concluded that Codidact is a place allowing people to express their opposing ideas freely, unlike SE.
But, something happened that I had to doubt my conclusion: this post was closed as not constructive (?!).
As we know, SE users cannot express their opinions freely because of the following, which are not acted by the community team themselves but are implicitly confirmed by them:
(Consider a user posting their opposing opinion, which is too harsh to most active meta users including some moderators, on a meta site)
In the first step, the active meta users attack the post by their heavy downvotes, and then close and delete it because of some wrong reasons such as being "off-topic" or "opinion-based".
If the user wants to continue posting their opposing opinions on the meta, the active meta users downvote, close, and delete them or even some of their posts on the main site in order to cause the user post-banned.
Finally, if the user wants to continue expressing their opinions through other ways like chatting, the moderators suspend the user for a while (it can be one year) to cool down the user.
Now, my question is whether Codidact wants to continue their older brother's (or sister's) way, SE, or not.