>AT> You leave a message which you assume is on-topic, but you are to be
>AT> the sole judge that any reply is OFF-topic?
>Yes. It *is* my message after all. Maybe I have a clue and know that
>the next iteration of replies will be off-topic. A perfect example is
>over on the Robotech mailing list (a fluff list I administer). I
>mention that the VF-1 Valkyrie fighter resembles the F-14 Tomcat, a
>statement that is appropriate for the list. I *KNOW* a lot of people on
>that list are going to go off on the 'kitty, which is not appropriate
>for the list. Therefore I set a Reply-To to me to prevent a discussion
>about the Navy fighter from appearing on the list.
Since you're such an expert on whether something is on-topic, could you
please set one of these alleged Reply-To headers and get your personal
Quixotic vendetta out of this list? It's really stopped being about
majordomo use, about three iterations ago.... Y'all are really reducing
the S/N ratio....
R Pickett Not responsible meowmeowmeow my own words meowmeow,
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