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Wed Dec 17 17:37:42 UTC 2008
On Dec 17, 2008, at 12:18 PM, Florian Festi wrote:
> Jeff Johnson wrote:
>>> No reason for moderating my posts other than that "They can." has
>> ... now what is the reason for moderating my posts?
> Aswering users' questions in a way suitable for an rpm5.org list
> earned you this moderation flag. This is an rpm.org mailing list and
> posts that are not relating to rpm.org are off topic. Promoting
> packaging software is definitely off topic. If you want to advertise
> use an rpm5.org mailing list, please!
Correct. Please note my recent (but not yet through moderator approval)
changes removing all mention of @rpm.org, citing only RFE's
specifically answering user questions seen on <rpm-list at rpm.org>, and
out irrelevancies where needed.
But perhaps those demonstrable behavior changes are still not yet
conformant with <rpm-list at rpm.org> moderation policies.
I can/will certainly adapt (and apologize if necessary) if I
do not conform to policies that I did not know existed until this
73 de Jeff
>  Latest example:
>  https://www.redhat.com/archives/rpm-list/2008-October/
Neither of those lists chose to have a moderation policy applied to
Certainly, state the <rpm-list at rpm.org> policy publically if you
desire, and I will conform.
I would suggest wording like
All discussion of RPM implementations other than @rpm.org is subject
to clarify the situation and prevent others from accidentally
discovering that they
are subject to moderation. I certainly was unaware of <rpm-
list at rpm.org> explcitly
strict guidelines forbidding general discussion of RPM when I joined
73 de Jeff
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