Re: [ga] Posting Rules of the General Assembly of the DNSO
If there are going to be rules limiting the number of posts, it should be based
upon the Central European time zone as established be the GA Archive system
itself, not one's local time.
Are the list monitors trying to confuse people here, or what?
DNSGA President and Chairman
"William X. Walsh" wrote:
> Hello Bruce,
> Not to get into a big debate on that, but to be technical, the
> precedent set is that it is 5 posts per calendar day from midnight to
> midnight your local time.
> Not necessarily per 24 hour period (which could be abused by list
> monitors claiming 10 posts between, say 5pm to 5pm, when in fact that
> was 5 posts per calendar day and no other posts were made on either
> calendar day by that person.
> I know it may seem minor to you, but we have seen the list rules
> misapplied in the past simply because a list monitor didn't like the
> subject being discussed, and the less clear and concise the rules are,
> including when they are brought up by those like yourself who have
> been appointed list monitors, the more opportunity there is for those
> rules to be misapplied.
> Saturday, June 16, 2001, 5:56:16 AM, Bruce James wrote:
> > Rules of order for the mailing lists of the General Assembly of the DNSO:
> > Please be advised, there is a *FIVE* (5) post limit, per list, per
> > *Twenty-Four* (24) hours. The time is based on your local time. The *other*
> > rules are listed here:
> > http://www.dnso.org/dnso/notes/2000.GA-ga-rules-v0.4.html
> > The List Monitor Team
> > General Assembly of the DNSO
> > /Bruce-LM
> Best regards,
> William X Walsh <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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