at least, well done Ray.
those that owning the reason don't respect others not deserve to speach them,
less if they don't
"Mag.phil. Raimund Karl" escribió:
> Craig Delery wrote:
> > How long must we be put through this endliess diatribe of insults and off
> > topic discussion?
> Well, most probably no longer, as I've just removed Gil from the list. I
> suppose this will result in another "oh the content-owner is so unfair"
> barrage of mails, but once they are finished we may return to Celtic
> > It has gotten to be so bad, that I did not get ONE mail pertaining to
> > anything Celtic. This is a Celtic discussion list, NOT Americans,
> > or Australians are evil list. If you want to discuss that, make your own
> > list... here go here: www.onelist.com
> > There you can make your own list and spare us this fooolishness.
> Well, this can easily be changed. If you want to discuss something, send
> a message to the list. You can't expect that discussion is about topics
> you are interested in if you don't do anything about it.
> Additionally, if you didn't get one mail pertaining to anything Celtic,
> you must have missed the Religion debate, as this is definitly about a
> Celtic topic.
> > Finally, the person to blame for all of this. The so called moderator or
> > "content owner." What are you thinking?
> Well, I'm thinking that this is basically an unmoderated list and that I
> do only interfere if I see no chance that discussion will return to
> Celtic topics in time. I think I've explained my list policy often
> enough while you were on the list, so you could already know that.
> > Most list I belong on maintain themselves on the topic. If they stray,
> > moderator will steer everyone back on the topic. He would normally
> > that discussion could take place in pribvate rather on the list. Guess
> > It works. Personal attacks are NEVER tolerated. I was on a list when no
> > less than 5 new listers were throwen off the list within a weeks time.
> > Why? The minute they insulted someone... 1 warning, ... there was no
> > second warning. They were remove from the list. They resub back on and
> > it again. Guess what? They were banned forever.
> Well, if you want a list with such strict rules, call for a vote. I
> personally don't want rules that are that strict, but if the larger part
> of our listmebers wants it, so be it. We can also very easily change the
> list to a moderated one, if you prefer that.
> The point is, of course it is possible to apply rigid rules, but that
> would, in my opinion, destroy a lot of the atmosphere of this list.
> > <period> The lesson what taught: Discuss with intelligence or you off.
> > list is peaceful and informative because of such standards are kept. NO
> > ever leaves because they get tired of the bull. This isn't censorship
> > you. You are allow to say what you like, but you have to say like an
> > For example, you cannot go toa town hall meeting and curse every other
> > right? You are not being censored, because you are free to say what you
> > to say, but with repect, coutesy and intelligence.
> Ah yes? Well, I've received more than one message that accused me of
> censorship because of such things. Opinions on what is censorship and
> what not do differ amongst our listmembers, as they differ in any
> Celtic-related topics.
> And again, if you want something Celtic-related to be discussed, start
> the discussion by sending a message rather than complain that there's
> nothing informative dropped in your mailbox.
> RAY - Mag.phil. Raimund KARL
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