Re: [Wikimedia-l] Please stick to the 30-post limit

2016-02-01 Thread
A summary of the total number of posts from people going over the 30 post limit in the last 4 months, with one person having gone over 30 posts for 3 months running: October: none November: 39 December: 33, 35 January: 31, 32, 32 The discussion about other ways of viewing posts, appears to have

Re: [Wikimedia-l] Please stick to the 30-post limit

2016-02-01 Thread Vituzzu
Il 01/02/2016 14:54, Fæ ha scritto: A summary of the total number of posts from people going over the 30 post limit in the last 4 months, with one person having gone over 30 posts for 3 months running: October: none November: 39 December: 33, 35 January: 31, 32, 32 Then the trend is getting

Re: [Wikimedia-l] Please stick to the 30-post limit

2015-12-31 Thread Nathan
The 30 post limit came about in a different era, when the list had problems at a greater scale. I don't see any issues with post frequency recently that should have received moderator response. You are referring to GerardM, but the majority of his posts have been to a single thread. I can't speak

[Wikimedia-l] Please stick to the 30-post limit

2015-12-31 Thread
The 30-post soft limit for this email is not being applied. I recall in the past that individuals were warned and even put on moderation; ensuring that no individual overwhelms this list with their one viewpoint. I raised this with the list moderators on 4th December, but have yet to receive a

Re: [Wikimedia-l] Please stick to the 30-post limit

2015-12-31 Thread Ziko van Dijk
I very much agree with Fae on this. Certainly, some people will always post more than others, e.g. because they have a specific task in the movement. But often I wonder whether a post on this list was really necessary. For example, sometimes it makes sense not to react immediately to another post