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Re[2]: ADMIN: off-topic posts and related issues


Linda Mann wrote
>What would encourage input from timid lurkers?

Some of us are too new to irises to know how to answer some of the questions 
ask.  If it is a topic I know I can provide input then I'll respond.  Some 
people just don't have enough time to respond to all the mail that is received.

suzette guay
region 4
baltimore, md.


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Subject: Re: ADMIN: off-topic posts and related issues
Author:  PC:LMann76543@aol.com at INTERNET
Date:    11/22/96 5:22 AM




Tom Little said
>I think there are two separate issues here. 
>
>First, there are the suggestions that are stated in the list policies
>(or are just common sense) that some people just haven't taken to heart yet. 
>This includes keeping one-on-one email OFF the list, using ACCURATE
>subject lines, and signing your messages.....clutter can add to the 
>frustration level. We run the risk of losing good people from this list 
>by the careless proliferation of clutter.
>
>Second, there is the issue of how narrowly focused on irises the 
>conversation should be. I have always taken the attitude that this is 
>your business, collectively, as members of the list. 

Then there is the problem of lurkers who are intimidated by all this fuss 
about whether their posts are going to just clutter up things.  What would 
encourage input from timid lurkers?

Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com east TN USA






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