A username AT user.twitch.tv email address for chat ban appeals and other stuff not meant for chatting public
If you want to talk about reinstating chat rights to someone who thinks they've been wrongly chat banned, there should be some way to get a hold of this person, especially from more than 5 years ago.
So twitch streamers don't have to give out their private email addresses they should be given a public email address that ends in twitch.tv. , Maybe @user.twitch.TV to differentiate it from corporate people who write from twitch?
That way they could deal with administration of their twitch stream fairly and honestly without involving the chatting public.
This was based on my experiences over 5 years ago with a certain streamer who I still would have liked, and with at least like to go away sit in the record straight for my perspective and hearing the streamer side. My case was not clear enough rules and inconsistent application of the rules.
I got permabanned without any warnings, the first time I got violated this seemingly unmentioned rule.
But there's no place in private to talk about it once you lose your check connection you are cut off with no chance to come back.
Either bans should not be permanent or if they are there should be a way to appeal directly to the streamer outside of the stream.
By the way I learned from this in a similar situation I asked questions like what is the expected age appropriateness level from the chatters. For example if I see people with "showy bodies" on stream, if a comment is related to that I have to ask is that a topic you want mentioned on the show but trying to do that without violating the rule itself it's kind of tough. The easiest question to ask "Is your inbound chat stream expected to be rated E, E10, T, M or AO?"