The Latest Dev Post has been put up. And that's pretty much the best I dared hope for. These episodes have happened before and will happen again. They have a policy in place not to discuss the details of disciplinary actions. And that is a very good policy. If they did, it would serve only to publish precedent that can be hidden behind by bad-faith rules lawyers in the future.
It seems a lot of people are not happy about CCP's refusal to define how they will handle similar incidents going forward. I have trouble imagining a legitimate reason for this. Some misguided reasons would be:
-You have been sitting with your popcorn watching the forum drama and you don't want it to stop.
-You want to track exact precedent in order to defend yourself when CCP approaches you over bad behavior of your own, as if that would even work.
-You want to go all student council and campaign for your rights in a closed world where you have already signed them all away.
I think we've all seen sporting events where the referees somehow lose the plot somewhere along the way and the game descends into bad, bitter feelings. The best way for that to happen is for the referee to be seen making arbitrary calls in order to shape the game, or to make up for a bad call earlier. CCP wisely has this policy in place to prevent just that.