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Subject:Re: A moderator? From:Chris Hulin <chrish -at- CTL -dot- COM -dot- CY> Date:Wed, 17 Apr 1996 08:37:19 +0300
A moderated list would be a different animal altogether. The prospect of
having my questions delayed, edited, transferred elsewhere, or even rejected
by someone with a different agenda would largely discourage me from posting.
I say NO to a moderated list - I like being able to say what I want to say
when I want to say it.
As a despiser of self-appointed officialdom, I would also be inclined to
suspect the motives of anyone who put themselves forward to do the moderating.
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