Date: Wed, 14 Jan 2009 12:07:15 EST
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Subject: Re: Vanagon List Moderator
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In a message dated 1/14/09 10:17:26 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> From my experience (in IRC), having an oligarchy is both a good thing
> and a bad thing.
> Good when there is open dialogue between moderators, bad when some
> people are favored
i think if there is to be a moderator on this list, that said person should
not favor any one individual, and not be biased towards any one individual.
i think that a moderator who harbors resentment towards any one individual
would NOT be an appropriate moderator of this forum.
the above statement is intended for one person, who by the way has me
"blocked" (apparently) over some ridiculous petty dissagreement from 4 years ago
which i have long since gotten over and moved on, but apparently he hasnt.
repeated attempts to contact the individual have gone unanswered.
i think if there is to be a moderator of this forum, said moderartor should
be completely unbiased towards listmembers and easy to communicate with.
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