Someone else had asked for "Naming & Shaming" to be elaborated on, but there hasn't been any brainstorming session on how to make tighter language. So, I can understand if folks feel the term is "loose". That's a project for another day.
In general, a forum is a place to converse about stuff. We have a diverse audience here of people from literally all around the globe, so there has to be some guiding light on how we can all co-exist without the world exploding.
As a basic rule, just assume that conversations should operate on a foundation of respect. Things get heated, and people get sharp, so sometimes mods have to break up the barfight... but if folks can keep it to a calm level of disagreement, then the world keeps on spinning.
As for "Name & Shame", the only purpose of saying "This person did a bad thing!" is to blow off steam and get others folks to agree with that. It's literally "Naming them publicly and then shaming them publicly". It has the tack-on effect of getting a bandwagon formed against a person that can lead to abusive behaviors aimed at them, which can spiral and make things bad all around. "Well, they started it!" doesn't matter, because it just forms drama. It's better to use the Ticket System if someone breaks the rules because that's the Disciplinary Path for our game.
Yes, it is ironic to say that in a thread with so many inferences to players that folks have experienced issues with. However, this is a pain-point that is not new, and as this thread could be used as a teaching moment to remind people that Tickets are the Disciplinary Path in our game, I've elected to let it run for purposes of getting the word out.
Unaddressed issues lingering can end up breeding a lot of discontent (you might have noticed some in this thread), so it's important to give information on how such issues can be addressed.