[Imc-uk-features] [FEAT] London and Glasgow: Brown's 'Bombs'?
wy911 at goowy.com
Sat Jul 7 16:38:24 PDT 2007
In these stormy times a "storm of comments" ought to be most welcome, shouldn't it?
Evidence of life out there?
your personal webtop. @ http://www.goowy.com
From: maqui[mailto:maqui at syndicate.org.uk]
Sent: Saturday, July 7, 2007 6:05 PM -07:00
To: Middle column features for Indymedia UK [imc-uk-features at lists.indymedia.org]
Subject: [Imc-uk-features] [FEAT] London and Glasgow: Brown's 'Bombs'?
On Saturday, July 7, 2007, at 01:47 am, Chris wrote:
> If people really don't want it on the front page then
> would anyone object to it being a topic feature for the
> Terror War topic?
I don't have any problem about the feat making it to the Terror War
topic middle column.
As for the Uk's front page, it is not the sort of feature I would be
too bothered to put together, but it is one that nevertheless covers
the issue in a way that some people in this list would not only
support, but find important to have it in the middle column too. And
only because of this I think it is a legitimate feature, and I would
support it to go up in the front page. Besides, Chris has been careful
in not adding 'contentious' articles.
My concern though, is that this feature is prone to provoke a storm of
comments, some of which will be the usual non-sensical rants, and so it
will need moderating.
Indymedia United Kollektives editorial: features and wire moderation
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