[Imc-uk-process] proposal: moderation of features list, deadline 3 Nov
jagmad at riseup.net
jagmad at riseup.net
Wed Oct 24 02:57:10 PDT 2007
So, in response to criticisms of censorship there is going to be even more
Once someone, like me for example, is on the moderation list will they
ever be able to come off it, or is this stigmatisation for life, or until
a future change of core collective with different values/perceptions?
On Wed, October 24, 2007 1:53 am, lordrich wrote:
> The imc-uk-features list is already set to moderate posts from
> non-members, so only people who bother subscribing are able to get their
> trolling through. In a way, I feel that if people are willing to sign up
> to the list then their views should be heard - though obviously that's
> not always a valid argument.
> I also feel that a better definition of what should and shouldn't be
> posted to imc-uk-features would be useful, the description of the list
> suggestss that it should only be used to propose new features. I feel
> that a better description on what the list should be used for would make
> it easier for moderators to decide what is and isn't acceptable to be let
> Wietse, you seem to have a good idea of what should and shouldn't be
> allowed through on the list. Would you be interested in helping moderate
> the list?
> Having started this discussion, I'm now unfortunately going to be offline
> for the next few days - possibly weeks. I'm happy with the proposal as
> stands, I just feel it could be improved upon.
> On Wed, Oct 24, 2007 at 09:11:40AM +0100, WietsE wrote:
>> startx wrote:
>>> On Wed, 24 Oct 2007 08:29:57 +0100
>>> WietsE <wietse at indymedia.org> wrote:
>>>>>> can we please entitle list moderators to set the status of
>>>>>> people who use the imc-uk-features list for trolling (e.g. for
>>>>>> their boring "censorship" attacks or attacking moderators, as
>>>>>> happened quite a lot recently) to "moderated"?
>>>> Could somebody explain what it means to 'set the status' for
>>> seeting the status of a person to "moderated" means that every mail
>>> from that person (i.e. from a specific email address) to the list will
>>> require approval by a moderator before it gets distributed.
>> Ah ok, that makes sense then. I thought it might mean that messages
>> then get auto non-approved or something.
>> I second your proposal.
>> Cheers, Wietse
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