Re: Bug#372765: holotz-castle, help needed
On 27/06/06, Miriam Ruiz <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Miri, since you are the administrator for that list, could you remove the
> moderation or whitelist the BTS (although I fear users of it should be
> whitelisted). I think something like "@bugs.debian.org" can be specified.
> Please ask for help, if you think you need it.
Sorry, I changed home and I haven't had internet here until now. Right now I'm
still trying to configure the WiFi :)
I'll be clear: I need help on this :)
You can send me in a private (signed and encripted) mail the password
for the list, I can try myself to get to a more reasonable filtering
scheeme, if possible.
> > did not (and do not want to!) receive a notification of the
> > moderator's decision. And I see no reason to cancel a submitted bug
> > either. (I think there was an article about lists as debian maintainer
> > a while ago in the DWN, discussing these issues).
> I agree, this thing was discussed before, probably Miri was busy.
Sorry, I hope I'll be able to be active again soon, as soon as my connection
is working from home (right now I haven't been able to make it work under
Linux yet). I don't remember having a conclusion on that, but as you say, I've
been quite busy. Please tell me what to do (or should I remove the
moderation?) to remove those stupid messages.
Yes, I think is best that way. If you don't feel
confortable/want/think is appropriate/whatever :) you should remove
moderation. Althought moderation can help us get rid of spam, we are
"torturing" our users.
I hope others agree, if not, please put your 2 cents on the matter :-).
"Imagination is more important than knowledge" A.Einstein