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Revising my previous message, I seem to recall that the response you
were referring to came directly to the mailing list, not via Nabble. In
that case you should lodge your objection with the users list moderators.

On 04.12.2016 13:47, Dave wrote:
The "Report as inappropriate" option is a Nabble web interface function.
I think your request should be submitted the Nabble administrators,
rather than this list.

On 04.12.2016 13:17, arakish wrote:
I just received a response to a question that was actually a "political

However, when I clicked the "report as inappropriate" icon, there was no
choice for "political statement."

Although I believe in everyone's right of free speech (I served in the
military to fight for this right), I do not believe such a right should also
be used inappropriately.

Can an option for "political statement" be added to the "report as
inappropriate" box?

Thanks for your understanding.


P.S. - I did send an email to perpetrator.

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