Re: [avant-progressive] Re: Sv: moderation
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> I like the "hands off" approach myself -- it only takes a second to delete
> unwanted e-mail, and my AOL newsreader gives me enough preview that I can
> that without even opening it.
Same here. Traffic is light, abuses infrequent.
- well, the concert promos are germaine, and while none of us is everywhere,
it's nice to know that there are things going on (just in case we are) -
since the majority of the posts here are pretty much on topic, and the
traffic's pretty light (i subscribe to a BMW /5 motorcycle list at yahoo
that generates TONS of messages, the vast majority of which are relevent to
that list) let's let 'em be.
it's just my opinion, but worth it's weight in gold :^) --
> >I don't know what you guys (members) think about it (and I'd like to hear
> >your opinion) but it seems that we get more and more messages that could
> >be placed and more effective somewhere else. Is this list moderated ?
>YES, the list is moderated by me.
>But I only remove the VERY VERY OFFENSIVE spam stuff from people who are
>regulars. (such as assholes who join the list to merely send spam saying
>"BOOTLEG CDR TRADES: L@@K HERE!" and quit the list after posting such
>For example, I let the long DFA post you will all see slide through, even
>though it is NOT very germane to this list and even though it was posted to
>every other music list on yahoo.
>I also allow the posts from Pushing The Envelope, even though they don't
>very much to almost anyone outside of CT or wherever the show is.
>Basically the way it works is that most folks here are NOT moderated, but
>people who join are moderated until such time as I decide to / get around
>taking them OFF moderation.
>So folks - tell me what to do. Am I too heavy-handed (I don't think so &
>you don't think so either) with the moderation? Or would you like me to be
>MORE involved in the moderation?
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