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Re: [furries-290] Death and Loss

From: user 2.
Sent on: Wednesday, October 19, 2011 6:09 AM
I don't want to filter things because the filter will then work against me when I want to receive real mailing list emails (which is things about meetups and the community in general).  My question was very reasonable:
"Can you move the discussion to the message board, which is the whole point of having a message board"
Last time I heard emo drama like this to the public was in high school, I don't wanna hear it on a mailing list that I wish to receive emails and _general_ furlife discussion/response/­feedback.
All I'm saying is, which is a valid point, you have a message board built into for things like this, please use it.
AKA The Skepherd
AKA Tanner <3
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--- On Wed, 10/19/11, Robert Johnson <[address removed]> wrote:

> From: Robert Johnson <[address removed]>
> Subject: Re: [furries-290] Death and Loss
> To: [address removed]
> Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2011, 5:39 AM
> Its _in_ the proper board. I've been
> on various mailing lists since 1999
> or so, Heck, one I've been on contentiously since 2000,
> there is
> _always_ alot of extraneous discussion, it just what it is.
> I'm on some 30 odd mailing lists myself right now, I get
> between[masked]
> emails a day, all of it is filtered in some way, however
> there are a
> wide variety of ways to manage this kind of mail flow, some
> of us mark
> it read by filter (like blaidd), some of us filter it (like
> dennis and
> myself), and some of us just let it roll into your email
> box (like you
> apparently do).
> Until you have that little _admin_ label next to your name,
> you don’t
> get to tell us to change venue. You don’t get to bitch
> when we decide to
> ignore your (so called) polite request to change venue. 
> Until the administration of this list decides otherwise we
> will discuss
> and yammer about whatever it is that we want to, and people
> who don’t
> like it, can.. well live with it. Its part of being on a
> mailing list,
> you don’t have control over the content that comes to
> you, you just
> sorta live with it, sometimes just mark it all as read,
> sometimes you
> read every post.
> Furthermore, we have pointed out the ability to turn off
> the discussion
> part of this list (or even limit it to one email a day),
> while retaining
> the ability to see new meetups, you declined this
> suggestion.
> As far as rules, below are the rules from BAF (Bay Area
> Furs) a long
> running (15+ years) Furry mailing list in the SF Bay Area.
> I follow
> these rules (or try to), whenever there are no stated
> rules.
> 1. Do not make personal attacks. Feel free to critique
> people's
> opinions, but don't criticize the people. 
> 2. Do not post attachments. Put the file on a web server,
> and post a
> link. Alternatively, post that you have a file, and then
> email it only
> to interested parties. 
> 3. Metacontent - eg, discussing what topics are allowed on
> BAF - is not
> allowed on BAF. 
> 4. Don't post porn. Again, put it on a web page somewhere,
> and post a
> link. Make sure you clearly (and cleanly) let people know
> what you're
> linking to. 
> 5. Do not post off-list replies back to the list without
> permission. 
> I don't mean to sit here and argue with you, because it is
> pointless,
> neither of us is an admin, but (in my humble opinion) your
> being an ass,
> your (again, in my opinion) attitude towards this topic
> stinks (again,
> all my opinion), and so does (again, in my humble opinion)
> your apparent
> sense of entitlement, insomuch as you seem to hold a belief
> that a
> community of 381 people should bend to whatever your wish
> is.
> Robert Johnson
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> "All of the problems of the world could be solved easily,
> if men were only willing to think."
> - Thomas J. Watson Sr.
> --
> On Wed,[masked] at 08:15 -0400, Dalavin teh Skepherd
> wrote:
> > No it's not, I asked you to "move" the discussion
> (might I add, nicely asked you), not to stop talking about
> it and oppress it (so your statement is false).  I want
> to stay on the mailing list for emails that are meant for
> the whole list, not for 16 kids to whine about.
> > 
> > PLEASE just move it to the proper board and stop this
> pointless posting.
> > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> > Dalavin
> > AKA The Skepherd
> > AKA Tanner <3
> > http://skunkiebut...­
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