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Florian question wouldnt it be better in terms of the board list that its
moderated by a few board members. I am willing though to help moderate
discuss and if need be mirrors as well.

On Sat, May 4, 2013 at 1:18 PM, Florian Effenberger <> wrote:


at the moment, we are looking for volunteers who could help moderate this
mailing list.

If you are interested, the only requirement is that you are subscribed to
the list yourself and read its mails in a somehow timely manner, but that's
about it.

Moderation means dealing with e-mails that do not automatically make it to
the list, which you then manually forward, or reject. This happens either
when an e-mail comes from an unknown sender, e.g. when a project member
uses a different address for posting. It also occurs when someone
unexperienced writes to the list, thinking it's a private account, but in
fact it's a public list.

You'll receive the message to be moderated via e-mail, which you then can
either "moderate through", or reject.

Is someone interested in joining our efforts? It'd be much appreciated -
just drop me an email (please also copy me directly, and not only the
list), then I'm happy to add you to the list of moderators.


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