[dance-tech] Re: Spain and more/moderation

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  • Date: Sun, 8 Jan 2006 12:29:14 -0500 (EST)

Subject: RE: [dance-tech] Re: Spain and more
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thanks for bringing up the list moderation. With Johannes, Simon and more I 
believe we don't need to moderate a list if only to clear up spam. thanks simon 
for anticipating any problem the freelists system might come up witgh. Once we 
have been safe from spam, only those few automated messaging of out of office 
and such, we should just let it be.

By the way, I have been asked to send the instructions to subscribe from some 
people here in Portugal, Lisboa area. Johannes, could you please send me that 
email? I remember having and knowing of people getting subscribing problems, 
and not receiving the mails even though having registered. Is there a another 
message to send to begin receiving messages?

Soon will mention the DC blog coming soon.

best wishes,

On Sat, Jan 7, 2006 at  9:27 AM, Simon Biggs wrote:

> I do not think that a list needs to be moderated unless there is explicit
> misuse of that list (spam, inappropriate flaming, etc). Until that
> eventuates (it might not, but it probably will) I don't think we need to
> have a list moderator.
> There are ways of automating certain functions of a moderator (limiting
> email to that from recognised list members only filters out spam) and so
> long as the list management software we are using can do that then hopefully
> the list owner (Johannes I guess) can arrange for that.
> If the list service we are using cannot do this we could consider migrating
> the list to a more robust system (eg: JISC's academic listserver) where such
> filtering and other automated functions can be implimented (eg: no html
> mailings, no attachments (thus no virus's), etc). If necessary I could
> arrange for that to happen.
> Other than this sort of light-touch protection I believe the best lists are
> left to their own devices. They survive so long as they are used vitally.
> They die when they are misused or not used at all. Everything has its
> natural life cycle.
> Best
> Simon
> On 07.01.06 01:23, "orpheus@xxxxxxxx"  wrote:
> > As to "formal" moderators, Yukihiko, i am not sure whether I have the time, 
> > or
> > Mark, to 
> > be a formal moderator, We started up this list to have a quick and efficient
> > discussion 
> > group and platform for uncensored postings, done directly by members.  So 
> > far
> > we 
> > have had minimal interference from spam, and we we hope that this continues,
> > and the 
> > list can be self-generative.  What do other think?
> > 
> > with regards
> > Johanes Birringer
> > 
> > 
> > 
> > 
> > 
> > Ludmila Pimentel  said:
> > 
> >> 
> >> hello all...
> >> 
> >> I am looking for some participants in this list that work in Spain,
> >> I am living in Valencia, doing my doctoral at UPV, and it will be great to
> >> know more about the works of you!!!!!
> >> Ludmila Pimentel
> >> 
> >> 
> >> 
> > 
> > 
> Simon Biggs
> simon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> http://www.littlepig.org.uk/
> Professor, Art and Design Research Centre
> Sheffield Hallam University, UK
> http://www.shu.ac.uk/schools/cs/cri/adrc/research2/

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