Broken mods, or new ones where new people don't know how to code.
I report broken mods and no one deletes them.Vigilante is still broken although a moderator has a fix. He can't upload it though as it's not his mod, why are we reporting broken mods if nothing gets done. Is it because there will be nothing left except Franklin hats?
@Pedge We won't delete a mod just because there was 1 report. There should be more people reporting the same problem and they shouldn't be pirated users to confirm that it's broken, and even with all of this, we don't have knowledge about if a mod should be deleted or not when broken.
I'll ask Administrators what to do about such situations and get back.
Understood totally, people just seem to complain only in the comments as if it takes so much longer to report a broken mod. It's becoming a mess of broken outdated stuff. (Also those who have a pirated copy shouldn't be allowed to even post, like the Saints Row mod forums do, they plain just kick them.)
@Pedge Well, the admins answer was +- what I've said on my previous comment. I'll post here their answer so you guys can see what to consider before reporting a "broken" mod.
It really depends how "broken" it is, what the "break" entails, what proof there is, whether the mod author has been given time to fix the issue if needs be and so on and so forth.
Ultimately if people want to report broken mods they need to provide decent proof of it before it's even worth breaking. A report saying "this mod broke my save game, delete it!", for instance, might as well be removed entirely (talking about deleting the report, no the reported mod).