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[DotGNU][ADMIN] moderation, revised list charter

From: Norbert Bollow
Subject: [DotGNU][ADMIN] moderation, revised list charter
Date: Mon, 18 Aug 2003 11:50:49 +0200 (CEST)

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The address@hidden list will be a moderated mailing list
for a while, with all postings being held by the mailing list
software until they have been approved or rejected by one of
the human moderators (currently ajmitch and me).

See below for the "mailing list charter", or criteria for
approving or rejecting messages.  After a while, when we
all have gotten used to the DotGNU developers being list being
a communication channel with a high signal-to-noise ratio, we
will be able to relax the moderation procedures so that
moderator's approval will be required only for first-time
posters and for those who still make off-topic postings.

        Charter of the DotGNU Developers Mailing List

  The purpose of the DotGNU developers mailing list is to allow
  the DotGNU project to move forward towards the next major
  milestone, currently the goal is the DotGNU 0.1 release which
  is planned for end-September.

  The following topics are considered appropriate for discussion
  on this list:

   * Questions related to using DotGNU as a platform for running
     GUI programs, webservice programs, and as a development
     platform for creating, building, debugging and improving
     such programs.

   * All technical matters that are relevant for the upcoming
     DotGNU release.

   * Thoughtful, non-aggressive discussion of project management

   * Discussion of possible cooperation with leaders of other,
     credible free software projects.

  All other matters are considered off-topic. The visionaries
  mailing list is an appropriate place for some of them.
  The pnet-developers list is an appropriate place for all
  pnet-related technical disucssions (there are topics which
  are appropriate for either the address@hidden or
  the address@hidden list... as a rule of thumb, start
  a thread on address@hidden if you expect it to
  be uninteresting for other DotGNU development projects
  besides pnet.  Please do not cross-post messages to multiple mailing lists.

Greetings, Norbert.

- -- 
Founder & Steering Committee member of
Free Software Business Strategy Guide   --->
Norbert Bollow, Weidlistr.18, CH-8624 Gruet (near Zurich, Switzerland)
Tel +41 1 972 20 59        Fax +41 1 972 20 69
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