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Suggestions for limits on "moderation"


Jack White
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1. A reasonable time limit be placed on the length

of time a person is placed on "moderation"...for

instance thirty days, not just open-ended as now.

2. All complaints about missing posts and edited

posts be investigated by someone other than the

moderators.

3. All posts "held up for moderation" be placed

at the top of the thread as soon as "approved"

instead of being relegated to page three or four

where they are unlikely to be seen, as now.

4. A reasonable time limit be established for

"moderation" of any given post, for instance

twelve hours, and that if it has not been "moderated"

by then that it AUTOMATICALLY is posted.

5. A system be established whereby "moderators"

can be investigated and censured for inappropriate

bias.

Having been on "moderation" for weeks now, these

are obvious flaws in the present system.

I hope someone will see that Mr. Simkin reads this

message.

Jack

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1. A reasonable time limit be placed on the length

of time a person is placed on "moderation"...for

instance thirty days, not just open-ended as now.

2. All complaints about missing posts and edited

posts be investigated by someone other than the

moderators.

3. All posts "held up for moderation" be placed

at the top of the thread as soon as "approved"

instead of being relegated to page three or four

where they are unlikely to be seen, as now.

4. A reasonable time limit be established for

"moderation" of any given post, for instance

twelve hours, and that if it has not been "moderated"

by then that it AUTOMATICALLY is posted.

5. A system be established whereby "moderators"

can be investigated and censured for inappropriate

bias.

Having been on "moderation" for weeks now, these

are obvious flaws in the present system.

I hope someone will see that Mr. Simkin reads this

message.

Jack

I have read your objections to the current system. I have full confidence in the actions and behaviour of my moderators.

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1. A reasonable time limit be placed on the length

of time a person is placed on "moderation"...for

instance thirty days, not just open-ended as now.

2. All complaints about missing posts and edited

posts be investigated by someone other than the

moderators.

3. All posts "held up for moderation" be placed

at the top of the thread as soon as "approved"

instead of being relegated to page three or four

where they are unlikely to be seen, as now.

4. A reasonable time limit be established for

"moderation" of any given post, for instance

twelve hours, and that if it has not been "moderated"

by then that it AUTOMATICALLY is posted.

5. A system be established whereby "moderators"

can be investigated and censured for inappropriate

bias.

Having been on "moderation" for weeks now, these

are obvious flaws in the present system.

I hope someone will see that Mr. Simkin reads this

message.

Jack

I have read your objections to the current system. I have full confidence in the actions and behaviour of my moderators.

Mr. Simkin...your reply is totally unresponsive to my posting.

Please reread. I was MAKING SUGGESTIONS FOR IMPROVEMENTS,

not making objections. You did not reply regarding the merits

of any of the five suggestions, but implied that none of them has

an value.

Jack White

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