to all the blues:
stop talking about your cats and just focus on the development of the game...otherwise do not post anything..we don't care if your cat dies or how bad u are in diablo3..
We're going to engage with players on a variety of topics, and some of those topics will have a more casual focus -- like sharing personal experiences, participating in forum games or memes, or even showing support for awesome fan creations. The official forums are here to provide players with a place to discuss Diablo III with each other, and our primary goal is to foster that connection. We also want to provide you with information from the development team whenever possible, but that kind of communication is always going to coexist with the more lighthearted stuff. (They're not mutually exclusive.)
So, if your primary feedback is "don't post about anything except what I want to hear about," then may not be able to see eye-to-eye on this particular topic. Maybe there are other ways you feel we could improve that take into account the fact we're here to do more than just talk about mechanics?
You're seriously going to enable someone who wants to report you? Now that makes me disappointed - lock this attention troll's thread and move on..
There are certainly official channels that players can use to provide feedback about CM interactions (emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, for one), but I'm not sure very many people have or will take advantage of it. I'd sincerely like to know how the community feels their CMs could serve them better, and this may also be a good opportunity for me to provide more insight in what the role of a CM is (and/or clear up some misconceptions about what it isn't).
I might crash and burn, but I think it's worth the risk if it means positive change can come as a result. :)