So i released a program i had been working on for 5 months, for the CA section just for MPGH. I uploaded pics i no longer have links for, and i typed a nice INFORMATIVE thread one everything it did/had. I had forgot to add 2 virus scan links, which Disturbed gave me a mention about. I click the link to thread only to find out, he had deleted it...So thank you very FUCKING much for deleting a thread that took me hours to type.
Hell, I made a full tutorial that took me hours, and one of the GFX guys said "this is crap" and deleted it, even though many people loved it.
He hated me from the start.
And you know what? I don't give a fuck.
Never have, never will.
Many e-communities don't actually delete threads, instead they move them to a trash-bin in the head moderator's forum. (this is how it is for d2jsp)
(inferences): Simply put, your thread was not deleted, rather, it was moved to a forum you do not have access to. If you had spoken with a moderator to restore your thread, I'm sure that they would have done so depending on whether or not your attachments were safe, and whether or not it was a contribution to the forum you had presented your work(s).
This is how things were handled at d2jsp when I was a moderator. While I can not say MPGH uses the same structure, I presume it is highly similar.