Steve Atkins wrote:
+1 to that Steve, no idea where it came from as it seems quite polite
and considered... Those of us with long memories still have their
killfiles and still use them with maximum prejudice, but that just
results in silence rather than adversarial noise.
On Sep 15, 2016, at 5:12 PM, Franck Martin via mailop <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I do not want to talk for the moderator/list owner but we have representatives
from all the different types of mail systems, small, big and huge, that are
engaged on this list.
Please be careful when you approach a problem you are facing, stick to the
facts, avoid adversarial language.
I think we want to keep everyone engaged. I know some issues are frustrating...
I don't think I've seen anything in the past few days on mailop that'd trigger
this sort of observation. If anything, it's been a more than usually pleasant,
active few days with some productive conversation and even some banter between
long-time colleagues. The only thing that was even marginally heated was the
thread explaining to someone hosting snowshoe spammers that they'd probably
need to stop doing that to get delisted. Perhaps I missed something, or perhaps
something was misunderstood.
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