[pp.int.general] Stop please (was does enyone knows this guy? probably FB scum!! (Marco Confalonieri))

Jouni Snellman jounisnellman at gmail.com
Tue Mar 16 15:56:31 CET 2010

Who was the guy again?

On Tue, Mar 16, 2010 at 2:42 PM, Boris Turovskiy <tourovski at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi everybody,
> please calm down a bit - that's really not the topic we should be arguing
> and splitting over.
> As I see it, the problem is that we have one common PPI mailing list while
> its aims are understood differently by different people. Some consider it a
> sort of "general chatroom" that allows for communication with pirates from
> other countries (including the occasional flamewar or off-topic thread),
> others consider it a discussion area for politically relevant topics, still
> others would be perfectly happy if the list only contained announcements on
> upcoming events/meetings. Obviously, if you belong to the first group, the
> reaction to complaints about the list being flooded is "just skip the
> thread", while those in the third group perceive such a reaction as lack of
> respect for their time. It may make sense to split the ML at least in two
> parts - one for an almost unmoderated general discussion and one strictly
> for announcements (like upcoming events, petitions, election results and
> press releases).
> However it should also be clear that no mailing list rules (and no other
> communication form, for that matter) will be 100% ideally suited for
> everyone - so a certain readiness for compromise should be present in any
> case.
> Best regards,
> Boris
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