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Andrew Woodhouse sez:
>Now I'm no perfectionist, and I know that the nature of mailing
>is that they can be a bit anarchic, but shouldn't this be moderated in some way
>- if not by the listowner then by the members themselves?
What if someone proposed to run your local pub according
to Robert's Rules of Order? Would you still want to go?
Anarchy has its rewards.
If you want organized information of defined relevance, this isn't the place.
Try a conference (or its proceedings).
Rule o' Life: there's more dirt than gold. Bring your own shovel.
PS: list guidelines are posted periodically, which you
know because you've been lurking for six months. Right?
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