[b-hebrew] Question for the moderators (original subject deleted)
kwrandolph at gmail.com
Sun Feb 6 23:21:17 EST 2011
The moderators are only human, subject to error and failure. Furthermore,
they are trying to thread the fine line between allowing alternate but
legitimate ideas to be voiced and censoring that which is irrelevant to the
list. Further, they try to keep this list from descending into a shouting
Like you, I think they err on the side of allowing people in who do not
follow list guidelines, which sometimes results in Hebrew questions being
drowned out by irrelevant blather. Would you prefer the opposite, that only
approved, mainstream ideas be presented?
I am learning to ignore certain people except when one of their posts gets
significant attention. Attention by another person I am learning to ignore
Karl W. Randolph.
On Sun, Feb 6, 2011 at 7:28 AM, Arnaud Fournet <fournet.arnaud at wanadoo.fr>wrote:
> I no longer even bother to read what I consider is idiotic and trollish
> All that drags the list down.
> And I consider that worse than my usually excessively straightforward
> In addition,
> It would seem that this list is constantly being held hostage to dogmatic
> and veiled issues than unfortunately have only a limited relationship with
> the topic of the list.
> On top of that, when truly linguistic issues surface, it is just not
> possible to discuss them, as recently shown...
> This list is certainly one of the weirdest I know.
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