And here we have a pie chart of the actions taken against these violations. One day suspensions predominate, Warnings making up another third and the remaining quarter involving the rest of the actions.
There is a problem interpreting these two pie charts, though. While they look very pretty, they really don't tell us much, do they? They tell us volumes of each set of data but otherwise are fairly useless. I'd figure assault would be the top of the number of violations, and so on. Which is why I cooked up this last chart:
Voila! A breakdown of actions taken per type of violation! Dark blue is Assault, red Disturbances, green Harassment, purple Alts, cyan Indecency, and Orange Intolerance. Sounds like breakfast cereal
We can see Intolerance and Alt Abuse land you pretty heavy judgements, as both almost always result in 7+ day suspensions. Disturb and Assault all you like as the worst you will likely get is a 3 day vacation. Indecency can be lumped in there too. Harassement, that's a mixed bag, as some infractions are merely warned and other result in seven day bans. Since the overwhelming majority of Harassment warnings concerned Ad Farms, I wouldn't risk it.Here you can view the graphs in a non-Blogger molested resolution.