Alexander Wirt - 06.07.19, 20:00: > On Tue, 02 Jul 2019, Joerg Jaspert wrote: > > On 15451 March 1977, Alexander Wirt wrote: > > > > The tone is absolutely civilized. > > > > And yet, the cost to people who have to do this education again > > > > and > > > > again is really high. > > > > > > Thats possible, but imho not a reason to kill the thread. > > > > It is a very good reason to do so, and its sad that our listmasters > > aren't more active in shutting down threads that repeat and repeat > > and repeat all the same things ever again, every other month. > > It would save so much energy that could be used so much more useful. > > > > Same as getting rid of the "all lists are open" thing, something > > that > > was nice in the past, but has definitely lost its value long ago. > > I can not do more than disagree. If you don't like a thread, killfile > it. But using censorship, banning, blocking threads you/someone don't > like, just for the reason *you* don't find them useful is in my eyes > just wrong and is some kind of censorship and should not be done in > an open project like debian. > > But that is my personal mindset I am coming from. If such a mindset is > outdated nowadays and not wanted anymore I offer to resign as a > listmaster. I certainly concur with your mindset here. -- Martin
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