RE : [HP3000-L] OT: Civil Discourse
I also posted the following on Ron's blog on The Newswire.
Ron, I could not agree more. Though I've more or less left the 3000 arena,
but for the occasional service, I used to read HP3000-L with taste, even
envy. But too much is too much. I'm done with my HP3000-L daily reading.
I hope reason prevails in the future.
BTW, aren't there more appropriate blogs for such rants ?
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De*: HP-3000 Systems Discussion [mailto:HP3000-L@RAVEN.UTC.EDU] De la part
> de Ron Seybold
> Envoyé*: vendredi 7 novembre 2008 20:39
> À*: [email]HP3000-L@RAVEN.UTC.EDU[/email]
> Objet*: [HP3000-L] OT: Civil Discourse
> Hello Friends,
> I am grateful to see the semblance of civility championed by Jim
> Byrne. However, I am also swearing off -- not at -- OT posts of any
> kind. And to be too much of a stickler, this Civil Discourse post
> which encourages moderation is strictly an OT. I just watched
> somebody jump in less than 90 minutes later with a one-line "oh yeah?
> Says you!" -- and that's just the kind of stuff I'm trying to filter
> without using the delete key.
> I had something to say about this hijack of the 3000-L's purpose up
> on the 3000 NewsWire blog yesterday. If you're interested, go read it.
> Perhaps it will make a difference, perhaps not. Yes, we can hope.
> Best wishes for 3000-related discourse here, in a time when your
> community needs to share instead of shear,
> Ron Seybold, Editor In Chief
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