In the post Update: an agreement with Monica Cellio, we were informed that Stack Exchange has made an agreement with Monica, that she can apply for reinstatement according to the new terms.
How can Stack Overflow Inc. fire a mod and, after acknowledging that they made a mistake, invite her to apply for reinstatement?
Firing a mod, updating terms, and inviting them to apply for reinstatement according to the new terms seems quite unfair.
The most fundamental concept about Stack Overflow Inc. is the community. This is not the right way to fire a mod. We should handle things a a community and decisions should be up to the members of the community.
Stack Overflow Inc. ought to give Monica her status back, if she desires!
UPDATE: Well it seems like the community is not the basic concept of Stack Overflow Inc. anymore, but rather getting a ton of new users, in order for site owners to earn money through advertising.
Stack Overflow Inc. was much better when things was handled as a community. Hopefully they will return to the old way of doing things one day!