On Sun, 29 Nov 1998, Bryan Fullerton wrote:
> I'd hope that such groups have rules of conduct for their mailing lists, and
> if you don't follow them you'd be booted off.
Correct... but tools to help users Do The Right Thing are always useful.
> But this is basically, IMHO, a fallback to the "teach the software/teach the
> user" discussion, which is more of a religious issue. Given that Mj2 is in
> development, it'd likely be preferrable to include features for either way in
> the software and let the list-owner decide.
I'd certainly agree.
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