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(Special Attn Becky Burr ) to:Re: [ga] Re: What list forwards towhat list
Roberto and everyone else,
No Roberto I am afraid I don't agree. Your comments are only a
different form of SELECTIVELY CENSORSHIP. And you know this is
WRONG, don't you Roberto? Yes, of course you do. Such efforts
will only result in more problems for you and the DNSO. I would recommend
a reconsideration in your thinking process.
David "Dude" Jenson
In a message dated 1/28/00 7:50:14 AM Pacific Standard Time,
>Huh? The so-called "rules" that have been suggested do exactly that -
>they *impose* on everybody, they *impose* the same approach on
>they remove the flexibility of people make their own judgements.
Not true at all.
You do have freedom of choice on whether to subscribe to the integral or
If you want to apply your own filter, subscribe to the full-length list,
and apply it, but please don't deny to those who do not want to apply a
"personal" filter the freedom of using a "pre-set" filter if they
choose to do so.
>The self-filter approach permits groups to form who are willing to pass
>the e-mail through filters established by some group selected overseer.
>In other words, with self-filtering we can get what you want - the
>of some part of the GA to have a censor, and I can get what I want,
>ability of everyone to get on the pulpit and give us the benefit of
>mightly thoughts or make a fool of themselves.
No, there's one thing that we don't get, and namely the choice for a
user to apply to a solution provided without the need for his/her
If you are so sure that people want to apply their own filters, why are
you so afraid of a solution that leaves them the choice to the on
whether to apply their own personalized filter or an "off-the-shelf"
If we don't get subscibers to the "off-the-shelf" filtered list, of
course we will discontinue it (no need for extra work in absence of
market needs), but if we get subscribers, this will demonstrate that we
have the need and that the "product" was useful.
Ready to pick up the challenge, or not?