> I'm going to have to join the American-L list... I"m sure the Celtic posts are
> there, since all the American posts are on the Celtic-L list.
> Ray, in all other lists I've been a part of, netequette has been that
> differences of opinion are welcomed but that personalized attacks and name
> calling are taboo. Is that the case on this list also?
Well, the same is true for this list, but please tell me, what should I
do if somebody who doesn't care about netiquette and does not follow my
orders to stop? Even if I kick him off the list, it's all too easy today
to get a new email adress from one of the zillion free providers to
subscribe anew. The only possibility, other than to trust in the good
will of all listmembers to follow my advice, is to set the list to
moderated mode, which will not only mean a lot more work for me but also
a considerable slowdown in discussions, as mails will only go out to the
list when I give my ok, which will be no more often than every 24 hours.
So if you have any good ideas as to what to do, you are welcome to help
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