such reports are people whining about threads against the rules being
deleted and them either not agreeing with the rule or stating it's not
explicitly in the rules.
It would help considerably, though, if
some were spelled out. For example, the exclusion of Western Art in
/e/. Some people are unaware that /e/ is considered an off-shoot board
of /h/ and many of the same rules of that board apply in /e/. So
someone ends up posting Western Art in /e/, and when it's deleted,
there's an outcry of "THERE'S NO RULE AGAINST IT". This could be solved
by adding a line in the /e/ rules and other such "offshoot" boards
saying "All rules in (parent board) apply here".
Also, it might
be prudent to, instead of stating in /r/ rules that "All requests go
here", put in the global rules that no requests are allowed outside of
/r/ (without contributions).