Re: Helping people on the internet -- was: Re: a simple question
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- From: David Bailey <dave at removedbailey.co.uk>
- Date: Fri, 27 Sep 2013 02:31:12 -0400 (EDT)
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On 26/09/2013 08:44, Richard Fateman wrote:
> The moderator should (and I heartily recommend that he or they do so)
> refuse to post anything with an unsuitable subject line, or perhaps one
> with dumb content.
This sounds like a great idea because as it is, everyone makes their own
judgement as to whether to answer a question, and sooner or later
someone may supply an answer!
As I understand it, the moderator looks briefly at the content of every
message to filter spam, so this might be a viable suggestion that would
not involve Steven in any extra work.
I am sure the work of moderation is considerable, and I think it is
extremely important that we do not increase his workload - e.g. by
suggesting he reply to deleted messages.
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