I asked this question about yum and Apache, which is a perfectly fine question for this site. A site moderator stepped in and issued comments that were not helpful to answering the question as asked. I asked for answers that answered the question as asked, after which the moderator put my question on hold, clearly out of spite. Is there a process for reporting a moderator who is abusing his user privileges?
I'm sorry, but that question is not a perfectly fine question for this site.
Serverfault is for questions applicable to professional sysadmins. As soon as you run into "sorry, I can't do this the right way because I don't have admin rights on the server", then the question is one for an end-user. That means the question is not appropriate for this site.
I might have voted to move it to http://unix.stackexchange.com instead - the help center there specifically mentions
Applications packaged in *nix distributions (note: being cross-platform does not disqualify)
as being on-topic.
The other have addressed your concerns regarding the content of your question.
In regard to reporting personal issues with a moderator there is a contact button at the bottom of every page. It links to a form which allows you to contact the Community Team.
I read over the question...and you added the bit about not being able to upgrade Fedora 14 after the comments were made.
On ServerFault, we expect askers to have some measure of professional experience with the servers/equipment they work on. Fedora 14 is wayyyy out of date and no-one should really be using this. "I can't upgrade this" doesn't really fly here.
Also, as Jenny has stated the Unix Q&A site is more appropriate as they're more bound to support ancient OS's.