chris at aktivix.org
Tue Jul 3 04:18:19 PDT 2007
On Tue 03-Jul-2007 at 12:05:22PM +0100, Jeff Parks wrote:
> Chris wrote:
> > Doesn't make sense to me -- in what way is it
> > discriminatory?
> It's got the R word in, 0/10 for consistency Chris ;-)
You mean Reuters? The corporate reposts guideline doesn't
say that articles cannot make reference to the mainstream
media, it fact it says: "by all means link to articles
elsewhere and quote from them but don't just copy them" --
so what is the problem with mentioning Reuters and how is
this discriminatory? Or do I totally misunderstand what
you mean by "the R word"?
> > There is no guidline against speculation and the
> > current terror hype is clearly news...
> "Non-news : posts which are clearly purely comment,
> opinion or rants unrelated to a recent event or action
It is related "to a recent event"...
> "Inaccurate : posts that are inaccurate or misleading."
Can you be a bit more concrete and perhaps say in what way
you think it is "inaccurate or misleading"?
> "Disruptive : Contributions by individuals who
> habitually publish above mentioned discouraged content."
There has been lots of debate on this list about Kurt
Nimmo, I think we really need to distill it onto a wiki
page, but there is not consensus that all his posts should
be hidden though some wanted this... so I don't see how
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