RE: [pcgen] MODERATOR - suggested flame-retardant rule?
1.) I understand both of your frustrations, some of the posts have even
annoyed me ;p.
2.) Speaking as one of the moderators, we _don't_ like to have to moderate
things, this group has always been open and free, we'd like it to stay that
way. I think I can safely say that it _is_ returning to normal (albeit a
little slowly) and the majority of posts are back to business as usual.
However, if another SRD/OGL type of predicament befalls PCGEN and people
react to it childishly then yes we will certainly think about moderating
posts (or shifting that sort of topic to another list).
3.) I think everyone now has the idea that we should all play nice again.
Is that cool?
Warm hugs and fuzzies!
Tracker Monkey Chimp
From: Rob Bowell [mailto:bowell@...]
Sent: Monday, 2 September 2002 09:17
Subject: Re: [pcgen] MODERATOR - suggested flame-retardant rule?
On Fri, 30 Aug 2002, Michael Tucker wrote:
I keep saying we need someone to control ettiquite on this list.
You'd think adults could be trusted to act like such, but no.
> Could we put in a "3-post limit" on the pointless (and seemingly endless)
> bickering we've seen so much of lately? Allow someone to make their point.
> Allow someone else to disagree. Allow the first person (or someone else)
> disagree with the disagreement. Then CLOSE IT. Kick the thread, or
> something. Kick the users (literally or figuratively *g*), if they can't
> a clue.
> For the past several weeks, the signal-to-noise ratio has plummeted on
> board. Literally hundreds of messages - sometimes hundeds A DAY - of
> but bickering. Good, reasonable questions and bits of news are getting
> in the noise.
> Just a suggestion.
> PCGen's release site: http://pcgen.sourceforge.net
> PCGen's FAQ: http://pedertest.officeline.no/PCGen
> PCGen's alpha build: http://rpg.plambert.net/pcgen
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