[ubuntu-in] Mailman Moderation policy

Sanjay Bhangar sanjaybhangar at gmail.com
Mon Dec 28 12:18:54 GMT 2009

On Mon, Dec 28, 2009 at 5:32 PM, Aanjhan R <aanjhan at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Mon, Dec 28, 2009 at 12:43 PM, Sanjay Bhangar
> <sanjaybhangar at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I would just have a humble request to increase the size limit from 10kb
> to
> > about 15kb if that is possible.
> Really you need more than 15KB of email text to answer emails? On
> exceptional cases if it is a really long email (which many people
> might just ignore) unless it very very interesting, I dont see a 15KB
> email coming our way :)
> I generally try to be good with trimming posts, etc. and recently had
something held up for moderation that was about 10.5kb or something .. I
know in the past I've written single emails without any replies that have
been well over 15kb so I dont think its completely out of the ordinary, or
maybe I'm just too verbose :( - I would agree with you generally -- just
that in the off-chance that you take extra pains and really do answer /
write an email in excruciating detail and spend a bunch of time on it .. and
then have it held up for moderation is just a little frustrating ...

> I have no problems in increasing the limits. But lets enforce upon
> ourselves some basic mailing etiquettes (trimmed interleaved posting)
> so that this list is clean and a pleasure to read the archives ;) and
> once in a while long legitimate email going into moderation is
> something that we can live with? If it happens more often we shall
> increase the limit. Sounds good?
> I agree. I will be meticulous and sure that I've followed good practices,
and if I run into the limit again, shall bug you about it.

Thanks again,
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