There were rule related to this topic but I assume it wasn't clear and we had lots of problems about this.
Here is our new rule: What Is: Forum Rules \ A - General Rules: \ Entry #4
4- Respect decisions of the Administration/Moderation staff, as they are always final. If you want to complain about warning/ban you received, just PM to member one who warned you, or use "contact us" tool (works even when you muted/banned). Flaming in public will strengthen your punishment.
It's because moderators are in heavy duty, not only they are human too; they can take wrong actions. But if you decide to talk in gentle way and try to understand why, they can get their steps back. Warnings are deletable things. Flaming in public, and trying to proove they are wrong and forcing them into apology is not acceptable. It is wrong to having warning while if you are innocent, but we are saying we will take it back right away. Your reputation? Nobody is tracking your warning history, and nobody will picking on you.
It might be nice to being a moderator on this community, and you may claim they have to be perfect; but I guarantee you their CPU %100 on load. Let me put it this way: there are users even doesn't make a single post in here, and all of our moderators are almost highest posters, and they are doing moderator jobs simultaneously. And they don't receive any thank you for doing this.So here is the point: Is it fair while you aren't thanking them for doing their job; in the other hand, forcing them into apology if you got only one single withdrawn act?