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Etiquette and guidelines

  • Subject: [cg] Etiquette and guidelines
  • From: Michael Yount csf@moscow.com
  • Date: Tue, 22 Mar 2005 11:55:09 -0800

Thanks to all of you for bringing this etiquette debate to a swift
conclusion.  For your information, here are the moderation guidelines I
use.

Some of you have received notices for messages that are screened because
of a "suspicious header."  This usually happens when someone replies to
a digest of messages and forgets to change the "subject" line to
something relevant to the reply.

Michael
community_garden co-moderator


  Guidelines for posting messages to the community_garden mailing list

  Every message that you post should meet all of the following
  guidelines.  People who frequently post messages that do not meet the
  guidelines may be moderated, at the discretion of the list
  administrators.  Enforcing the guidelines is solely the responsibility
  of the list administrators.

   * Messages should encourage polite, thoughtful responses from the other
   participants.

   * Messages should focus upon the subject matter of the list, not upon
   the behavior of the other participants.

   * If a message contains the work of an author other than the person 
   who posts the message, the source of that work should be cited
   clearly.  The person who posts the message should accompany the
   work with his or her own thoughtful commentary.

   * Messages should be addressed to the community_garden list
   explicitly, as opposed to being blind copies.

   * Messages should not be cross-posted to more than one mailing
   list.

  community_garden is a public mailing list.  Posted messages are 
  archived at
    http://www.hort.net/lists/community_garden/

  Questions or comments about the guidelines, archives, and other
  administrative matters should be addressed to
  community_garden-admin@mallorn.com, not to the mailing list.


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