[amsat-bb] Re: Any interested in a MODERATED AMSAT-BB?
KK5DO at amsat.org
Thu Apr 26 13:55:00 PDT 2007
blocking/banning only works on the current email address. How many addresses does yahoo, hotmail and google allow one person to get?
This could change with each posting and would drive moderators crazy. The only solution is personal filtering and that's it. I have not seen a post from luc in months. I only see if someone else replies and I am thinking to add another filter to check the body of a message for luc and delete it as well.
From: sco at sco-inc.com
Subj: [amsat-bb] Re: Any interested in a MODERATED AMSAT-BB?
Date: Thu Apr 26, 2007 3:10 pm
To: Dave hartzell <hartzell at gmail.com>
cc: Amsat BB <amsat-bb at amsat.org>
Why can't the administrator of this list just BLOCK/BAN the one
individual who is the cause of the problem? I do that all (not all)
the time on a list that i administer. Follow my rules or be gone. To
me that would be the easiest way to handle this problem.
At 02:48 PM 4/26/2007, you wrote:
>Hello fellow AMSAT-BBers-
>I am a firm believer in Human rights and free speech, but I also do
>not appreciate the politically oriented, off-topic posts that occur
>frequently on this list. I get enough junk email!
>As an attempt to keep down the noise, I propose a moderated list.
>This list will contain FACTUAL information and discussions related to
>Amateur radio satellites. Posts based on personal political and
>religious opinions will not be permitted. ALL are welcome to join the
>list with the agreement that their posts will be subject to
>moderation. It is even possible that the moderated list can subscribe
>to the AMSAT-BB list (with the caveat that the AMSAT-BB messages will
>be moderated before showing up on the new list).
>If there is enough interest, we can organize this option, and select a
>GROUP of moderators. Please drop me a note on your opinion of this
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