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Re: Proposal for ML conduct





On Thu, 2009-05-14 at 16:49 -0400, Paul W. Frields wrote:

The delegated monitors will warn violators of our "Be excellent to
each other" policy in the form of a one-day list moderation (with
notice to the poster).  Messages not allowed through will be returned
to the poster with explanation as to why they were not allowed.

So, the monitor will send a private email to the poster and put the
poster under moderation.

How could this process be more open?

It doesn't need to be.


How can we allow the poster to defend themselves publicly?

They have no right to a public defense - this isn't a court of law, we are not a gov't. There are no rights here.

How can monitors avoid being accused of acting unreasonably?

By not acting unreasonably.

And if someone thinks they are being messed with by a monitor then they can bring it to the board.

-sv


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