From: V Stuart Foote <VStuart.Foote@utsa.edu>
To: moderators <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, 15 May 2013, 20:50
Subject: RE: [tdf-moderators] Re: re. Invitation: Dear God,s Select,
From: Tom Davies [email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, May 15, 2013 2:38 PM
I still have emails in my email client telling me to do something to posts that i know have
already been dealt with.
Exactly, the moderation steps are to either pass the message through or to reject it, who ever
gets it done first has completed the action. The crud left in the in one's inbox can pretty much
be ignored--and no point or need to letting the other moderators know what has been touched.
There are other "moderation" mechanisms (not in use for these TDF and FDO mail lists) where one
has to log onto a server, and clear the queue there. A fair bit more involved, but you know a
message has not been processed by its presence on the list.
With this system, just pass it through if appropriate or reject it if not. A little extra work
for the cadre of moderators, but doesn't require much effort in any case. It is perfectly fine to
ignore and delete incoming messages that are likely to have already been processed should you be
late getting back to your queue.
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