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Re: moderators for GNU lists (Re: no offense, but what's up with the Ger


From: EScott
Subject: Re: moderators for GNU lists (Re: no offense, but what's up with the German political ranting & raving?)
Date: Mon, 21 Jun 2004 11:08:35 -0400




I don't see enough bogus messages to justify a large effort.  If they get
more frequent or more objectionable I would agree, and would be prepared to
participate in moderation of the list.

G. Eric Scott
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address@hidden wrote on 06/21/2004
09:09:01 AM:

> OK, well this just reaffirms for me that the GNU 'mailing
> lists'=='newsgroups' should be moderated.  I was thinking that a
> system whereby anyone who was subscribed to the mailing list could
> also sign up for the power to clear any message for posting to the
> list.  There could be a simple web interface to see which messages
> were in the queue.  It would then be posted to the list with an
> additional header item
>
> Cleared-by: Jane Q Hacker (address@hidden)
> Moderator-score: 3
>
> If Jane happens to clear something questionable (Nigerian scams,
> German propaganda, sexdrugs, ...), there should be an easy way to
> take away her moderator power, presumably by using some "democratic"
> ranking mechanism.  More steps could be taken to quell bogosity, but
> I guess you see the idea.
>
>
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