Are you satisfied with that legal agreement?
I'm a kind of regular user in the network, but I have followed up to a certain point about what is happening. Honestly, I'm not satisfied with the situation since the "apology" and "resolution" was locked:
Update: an agreement with Monica Cellio
It's not about keeping bad attitudes against the people in "charge" of Stack Exchange, but if something I've noticed is that there is no democracy in any decision at all.
The people in charge of the organization can randomly change any rules like was the case of Monica and most importantly, the negative actions that they took against her. It was more pressure from us that moved the ship to take some actions, if Monica would have been alone in this, she would have been just ignored. Also, previously the case of the licenses.
Now, after many months we had that "apology" that no one is clear what happened as a resolution, since Monica needed to be silent about the agreement (which is fair up to a certain point). I cannot say that I'm satisfied since this situation has split the community and until some terms of the agreement are known and Monica is reinstated properly, this situation is just going to keep growing.
In any case, what are your next steps? Do you for example intend to keep your "Monica-supporting" nickname forever? Or do you consider the whole effort to be useless by now, to react by doing...?
I'd say the people are free to keep them as long as they want since this shows the lack of support of us, the users in Stack Exchange, the ones who contribute with our precious time (something that cannot be recovered) to keep this ship afloat. Stack Exchange needs to realize that these actions are just damaging their image and trust around us and sooner or later, their business is going to be affected too.