On Thu, Mar 09, 2000 at 10:31:47AM -0500, John R Levine wrote:
> > You wouldn't by chance be repackaging content that I and the
> > participants in the mailing list create as your own, would you?
> Gee, what a surprise.
I have the suspicion that there is some bit of well-known knowledge
that I'm missing. Several neurons in the back of my brain insist
that there was some sort of (recent?) to-do over Remarq inserting
ads into Usenet articles, but those are the same neurons which caused
me to leave off a SCSI terminator this morning, so they obviously
can't be trusted.
> > Q_1003865_waterdog@lists.remarq.com:
> That's a real person whose login at remarq is waterdog.
Thanks -- I figured that out after I did a bit more poking around. I found
other mailing lists that I run there as well, *and* I found out that
Remarq apparently 'rates' them based on who-knows-what criteria, *and*
that some of them are shown as having no content, when in fact they've
got traffic going through them all the time.
I am not a happy camper. Any insight that you or other people can
provide (or point me to so that I can educate myself) would be most helpful.