> > It's fully up to each person. I personally run about 35 lists, and I
> > post regularly to three or four of them. Several others I skim over
> > and post once in a great while (and list members comment that I've
> > "popped up"), and for all the rest I only get involved if there's a
> > problem. But that's because either the list volume is too high for me
> > to read regularly or those, or because my interest in the list subject
> > has waned. Usually the latter.
> Just be careful not to get too personally involved with alot of list
> members, I find it harder to send "warnings" to those that are "friends"
> and some seem to push the rules a little bit more if they think they are
If you are fair to everyone (i.e. your rules count for all the members)
then it should be ok I think. If they push the rules a little bit more I
suggest give them a warning and then remove them from the list next time.