If you post/thread got deleted it might be because of the Community Guidelines here in the Stadia Community. Could be a link or anything else mentioned in that article and therefore the article got deleted.
@Mad_Dog_Bravo, good question, I don't see anything wrong with the post, but maybe the moderators do. 😀
From checking the community guidelines I would say possible reasons could have been from their point of view:
Don't see anything else that could have been a reason. Depends also on the moderator I believe.
@Chufu Yeah, go figure huh! Maybe it was the review scores that tipped it over the edge...
The post was never a complaint, it was just to highlight that Google/Stadia announced that those games would all be released in 2019. My intention of that post was that the community could see what products are supposed to have been released and that there was a limited time available.
Not sure how that could possibly be seen as a negative, although some of those review scores for the games that are to be released are far from pleasing, but hey that is data in the public domain, nothing commercially sensitive.
Lost a bunch of kudos as a result of the post being deleted too..
@Mad_Dog_Bravo Mh if so, then this is the reason for spam and I guess it's because of the links:
"Spam. Don’t spam the forums or create topics or posts with spammy content, including content or URLs that are promotional or commercial in nature, repetitive, unrelated, or excessive." Source: Support Forums Content Policy
Therefore it should work if you remove the links in that post (just saw you created it again, but better to check before it gets deleted again).
P.S.: Kudos are not everything. 😉