It is not a very difficult job, but it can be time consuming, especially on a 
busy list. That is why it may be a good idea to have2, 3, 4, or even 5 
co-moderators. That way, when one has other obligations, one of the other 
moderators would approve members, messages, etc. 
I am a co-moderator of several yahoo groups, and owner of a few more, and it is 
really great when others are moderating too. For instance, I am co-moderator of 
a group called Briansfreshwaterfishing, on yahoo, and it has about 2100 
members. But, there are about a half dozen of us moderators, plus the owner, so 
no one has to do all the work. It is really quite easy that way.
At any rate, as I mentioned earlier, I wouldn't mind helping out, just not 
Tight lines,
Salty Dan
Tyler Texas

If at first you don't succeed, maybe you shouldn't try sky diving!

--- On Mon, 11/23/09, Don Ordes <> wrote:

From: Don Ordes <>
Subject: [VFB] Re: Staying on list
Date: Monday, November 23, 2009, 9:25 PM

Not a bad idea, Dan.  How difficult a job is it?  What's involved?  
I have my plate full with this DVD and now working on the second one, 
but I'll help as long as I don't get called out of town on consulting work.

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