How to report on uservm(TrycsVM)

bob

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How to report a user on one of the vm(s).

update: many users are reporting the complexity of reporting.

new ways of reporting:

enter the command: "!report <user> <reason>" and we'll review your report with our recorders.


note: false reports may get you permanently muted.
note: reason may only contain [a-z,A-Z,0-9].Character/Letters








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old:

go to [removed: redacted], find the time of being of the event. Use the clip feature and clip the actions.

send the report with the clipped event to cvmreport@trycs.net.

or

record the events with a tool of your choice and upload to trycs.net under Media under self-promotion category, and email the link to cvmreport@trycs.net. Under the conditions: must have timeline; must be recent[less than 24 hour as of evidence + report]; must have the reportee('s/'s) username.
 
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bob

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update: we switched to YouTube archive.

How to report a user on one of the vm(s).

1. record the events with a tool of your choice
[7P/1080P:30/60 fps] in mp4, do not use clipped capture of anykind[browser window capture]. You must record the full display, if you have a 8K screen for some reason, scale it up/down to where it fits 1080P.


A report is only valid under the conditions:
must have :
the event time in UTC;
recent[less than 42 hour as of evidence + report];
the reportee('s/'s) username and the vm which it happened;


if you forgot to record, you may find the footage at TrycsVM Recorder, you still need to remember the user's username.


recorder 1:
Windows 10
MacOS

recorder 2:
Debian 11
iPXE AnyOS
Windows 98 OEM

recorder 3: long vms
 
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bob

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update: many users are reporting the complexity of reporting.

new ways of reporting:

enter the command: "!report <user> <reason>" and we'll review your report with our recorders.


note: false reports may get you permanently muted.
note: reason may only contain [a-z,A-Z,0-9].Character/Letters
 
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