Retracted: Read this for why.
From my recent comment , I gathered from the upvotes that there was some interest in people wanting me to share my negative experience with the community health team. My biggest concern in writing that post is accidentally doxing myself. The advice I'm seeking is, how do I include details to show the complexity of the situation the community health team dealt with (as I think this would be of public interest and only fair to them) without me accidentally doxing myself? Including details is hard as I have many friends in the EA Community, and I don't want them to identify me. Including simple details reduces the option space in people's minds of who could be writing this. I think with 2 or 3 simple details (e.g., in city X then in city Y), someone I'm friends with can be 95% sure that Y is writing. To illustrate my point, I intentionally chose "many friends" in the bullet point above as revealing an order of magnitude also reduces the option space in people's minds. But I also appreciate that people can read between the lines and still conclude the details I wanted to avoid. For example, intentionally saying "many friends" still suggests that I have a large number, so it was irrelevant whether I said an order of magnitude. As has been done in EA Forum posts that I've seen from others, I could include false details to throw people off, but I believe this is dishonest. The community health team will almost certainly know who I am from the post, as I will be sharing excerpts from my emails with them. I'm not worried about them doxing me as they would know if they do, they'll reduce the trust that the EA community has in them, and this is not what they want. However, as they will almost certainly reply to the forum post, I'm concerned they will reveal details I wanted to avoid revealing as I knew that those details would make it easier for others to identify me. Currently, my solution is to not worry too much about including and set the moderation guidelines on the post to "Reign of Terror - I delete anything I judge to be annoying or counterproductive". I set those guidelines here to see what it's like to have them on. I'm bullet-pointing as I have a distinctive writing style amongst my friends that I'm trying to avoid in these posts.