At 11:52 AM -0700 7/12/97, David W. Tamkin wrote:
>Even if there is nothing yet in the charter forbidding culling addresses
>for commercial advertising (or even if there is no charter at all) and her
>mailings to members are not grounds for removal, her statement that she will
>do as she pleases no matter how it harms the list or the list members is an
>avowed refusal to act as a part of the community, and I say that *that* is
>grounds for removal from the list.
Can't disagee with this -- Whatever you feel comfortable with. I'm
depending on the person either taking the hint or giving me a an
opportunity later (which, I've found, pretty much happens, usually
sooner than later), but if you feel comfortable with it, I won't argue.
For me, the public flogging's the important part anyway, since it'll
force her to deal with a lot of individual complaints (at least, we
hope...) instead of thinking she can stonewall one person. And if she
refuses all of those individuals' requests to be removed from her
lists, I'd encourage everyone who's on her list to go to her site
admins and accuse her of being a spammer. Which, in fact, she is...
Chuq Von Rospach (email@example.com) Apple IS&T Mail List Gnome
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