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On Sat, 25 Feb 2012 13:04:40 +0100, Stefan Weigel
<> wrote Re Re: [libreoffice-users] Re:
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Am 25.02.2012 12:30, schrieb Caesar:

On Fri, 24 Feb 2012 21:24:58 -0500, Andrew Douglas Pitonyak

<> wrote 

What I meant was "it feels mean to say that someone values a person's 
contributions so little that they have an automatic deletion filter on 
all of their contributions".

If a poster insists that he be able to post in a manner that I find
confusing and offensive, then I'm not interested in reading anything
he is writting.

I find it very effective in making this mailing list readable.

True. However it´s not a solution for the main problem. The main
problem is, that people who do not follow the suggested posting
rules, destroy the value of the archive of this mailing list, which
is intended to be a growing knowlegde base.


That is very true Stefan.  The question then becomes: how do we handle
"people who do not follow the suggested posting rules",  and thus
"destroy the value of the archive of this mailing list".

There are only two options available: 1) individuals can kill-file
offenders, thus leaving them to correspond only with fellow top
posters; or 2) expel them from this list.  I prefer option (1).

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