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On 03/15/2012 04:40 PM, Christoph Noack wrote:
Hi everyone,

I'm currently too lazy to send mails to this list, but others are not
(and this is great to see) ;-) As a consequence, it happens that
non-subscribed posters do send mails to this list - those mails need to
wait in the moderation queue.

Since I've noticed that I'm not on my computer every day, help for the
moderation stuff is highly appreciated. After Bernhard left, I'm the
only one moderating those mails ... and therefore some kind of single

So is there anybody willing to jump in as well? I think one or two
people joining would be cool!

Currently we have approx. 5 ... 10 mails / week - so no worry about the
workload. Quite the opposite - if mails get through quicker and posters
are informed earlier about the required subscription, it really eases
communication. And moderating is rather simple - the mailing list system
sends a mail and asks for a reply. If send, it gets through, and if you
don't reply, then ... okay you've got the point.

Thanks! Cheers,

While I am not very active on the list. I am on my computer daily and monitor the list. I am in Georgia, USA, about 6 hours behind Germany.

Jay Lozier

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