New moderation technique
loic.grenie at gmail.com
Sat Jun 12 13:44:41 UTC 2010
2010/6/12 Karl Larsen <klarsen1 at gmail.com>:
> On 06/12/2010 05:21 AM, Basil Chupin wrote:
>> On 11/06/10 22:56, Karl Larsen wrote:
>>> Yesterday I broke the moderation rule. It appears to be:
>>> moderation = number - x = 0
>>> where number is the number of messages YOU sent.
>>> x is a moderation number selected by the moderator.
>>> When number and x are equal, your not able to send any message to this list.
>>> This list is unable to control the use of it. We get emails selling
>>> things. This "fix" will not fix this.
>>> So I will again decide if I want to play games. 10.04 is running
>>> fine but there are still some things done better on 8.04. I was going to
>>> send in a bug report but that is so hard to do now I may not bother.
>>> 73 Karl
>> Karl, [...] you[r] post [...] above [is] totally
>> unintelligible [...]
> I am sorry English is not your language.
English is not my language either (I'm French, living in Italy). I
find it also hard to understand your first e-mail. Could
you explain what you mean in your sentence
"This list is unable to control the use of it. We get emails selling
things. This "fix" will not fix this."
In particular: what is "it" at the end of the first sentence ?
What is the ""fix"" in the middle of the third ? What is "this" at
the end of the second sentence ? How is the second sentence
related to the rest (your being moderated) ?
It looks to me, but I may be wrong, that you are explaining
some parts of what you are thinking, but some parts are
missing. The last paragraph does not seem to be related to
the rest either. At least, I do not understand the relation.
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