[Advaita-l] [Post Limit Request] mleccha-s not eligible to take Hinduism??
rama.balasubramanian at gmail.com
Tue Jul 17 16:38:00 CDT 2012
I have been requesting this rule for a while now. But usually I get
some "x y z self-moderation a b c" speech from Jaldhar or no response
The list has ground to a halt essentially because of 2 things
1. People feeling obliged to crank out either the most stupid
questions or starting a topic without even some basic reasearch into
the topic. Yes Virginia, there ARE stupid questions, and just because
you are connected to the internet 24/7 doesn't mean you need to
bombard the list with drivel.
2. About 3-4 people who feel obliged to participate in every thread
with pages and pages of stuff.
You can see from the list archives who these culprits are.
Once in a while things get out of hand and someone like Vidyasankar
tries to step in - but the atmosphere is so bad we have mini-Hitlers
using this list to vent their hatred of people, denounce entire
regions of the world and indulging their superiority complex. We saw
this in a recent thread.
In the INDOLOGY list, one member was posting about 10-20 posts
everyday and the list was grinding to a halt. SO they implemented this
2 per day per member rule and boy did things get better.
On Tue, Jul 17, 2012 at 1:21 PM, S Jayanarayanan <sjayana at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Murali Karamchedu <murali_m_k at msn.com> wrote:
>>Dear List Members,
>>While the moderators are usually very lenient in enforcing posting guidelines,
>>as a list member I wish to ask that the 'no more than 2 posts' rule be followed
>>- at least on this thread. At a minimum, it helps one to understand and reflect
>>upon what is written .
> I second this.
> I would actually prefer the stronger rule of "no more than two posts per day for a member" irrespective of the number of threads the member wishes to contributes to. If a member wants to send four posts to as many threads, please do so over the course of two days (two posts per day)!
> This helps to make for more meaningful discussions and reduce the noise level on the list.
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