alster at indymedia.org
Wed Jul 22 15:33:02 PDT 2009
someone (forestreturned at gmail.com) claims he cannot get in touch with
you and that at least one of your mailing lists are no longer used.
Please respond to let me know your IMC is still alive and your mailing
lists are still in use.
-------- Original Message --------
Date: Wed, 22 Jul 2009 14:04:23 -0700
Subject: Re: Help?
From: Forest Student <forestreturned at gmail.com>
To: Alster <alster at indymedia.org>
Cc: mailman-owner at lists.indymedia.org
Sorry if this is the wrong place to post this message; no one responds to me
on the other listserv you recommended.
Reposted from that other listserv:
So, I feel pretty disrespected by seattle indymedia as a whole. I would
really like it if someone could respond to questions I ask concerning group
process and policies. Is indymedia transparent? Can I
join/volunteer/help/be a meaningful part of making this site work?
Maybe you just missed my last message. I wrote (on Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at
"I've been trying to figure out who is running Seattle Indymedia.
Me and Seattle Indymedia have had a lot of problems in the past. I have
recently tried to get on the editing list serv, but it has no traffic
What do I have to do to be involved in this proccess? (Especially the part
about who decides what posts get deleted)
A lot of threads that I like disappear. There was one about Seattle Pride
that got deleted after I posted on it.
Sorry if this is confrontational, it just bothers me when it seems like
decisions are being made above me.
could you please explain to me how y'all work,
Students for a Democratic Society
Port Militarization Resistance
Industrial Workers or the World
North West Anti-Imperialist Direct Action Coalition
Oly Bash Back!
On Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 1:46 AM, Alster <alster at indymedia.org> wrote:
> Forest Student wrote:
>> I've been trying to figure out who is running Seattle Indymedia.
> you sent this email to an internally used mailing list of the Indymedia
> working group which takes care of the lists.indymedia.org mailing list
> server. As such, this is not a good place to ask your question.
> I recommend to get in touch with IMC Seattle using the options they
> provide on their website:
> This lists two email addresses by which they can be contacted. If you
> have sent email there, they should have received it.
> Note that their editorial mailing list is not public and that they seem
> to have disabled archiving sometime in 2007. This does not neccessarily
> mean the list is no longer in use.
> If you have any questions regarding lists.indymedia.org, please write to
> listwork at sos.indymedia.org.
> Alster, one of the 'Listwork' working group
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