On Tue, May 26, 2015 at 7:16 PM, Trillium Corsage
<trillium2...@yandex.com> wrote:
> I wasn't going to join in, not wanting to affect Fae's situation with my own, 
> but reading the latest emails he was actually concerned with the UK list, so 
> I'll go ahead.
> Would someone mind taking me off moderation as well? I see what the issue was 
> in the first place, and will not do it again. I think it has been much more 
> than a year since then.

Fair enough. You've definitely been more civil of late, so this is a
totally reasonable request.

> Beyond my own case, I echo Fae that there really should be some sort of 
> process and communication with the moderated user about A) what precisely he 
> or she did, B) whether the moderation is permanent, and C) what he or she can 
> do to become unmoderated again.

I try to be as open and direct as possible about this when I moderate
somebody with cause—as opposed to simply being moderated by default,
which is the case for all new subscribers. Regardless of why
somebody's flagged for moderation, the way to change that is basically
the same: be nice, and a moderator will probably unflag you when you
either ask or he's see you come through the queue enough to know that
you'll be civil and and won't (say) hijack the list in the name of
Elbonians Against Corruption or whoever they were.


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