Your thesis implies admin actions made this list unpopular. I think it is
plain to see this *wasn't* the case with this list. Indeed, some opinions
voiced in this thread indicate people want *more* admin action.

   A.

On Aug 26, 2017 6:30 PM, "John Erling Blad" <jeb...@gmail.com> wrote:

1. The list gets popular
2. The list attracts people
3. The people sends emails
4. Other people reads emails with opinions
5. Other people don't want to read about other peoples opinions
6. Other people want to limit other peoples opinions
7. Admins starts to wonder how to limit emails
8. Admins starts to limit people
9. Admins makes list unpopular

…

This has no simple solution, and it can easily turn a living forum into a
dead forum.
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