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Re: Moderation / Censorship

From: Daniel Pocock
Subject: Re: Moderation / Censorship
Date: Tue, 14 Jan 2020 20:41:44 +0100
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On 14/01/2020 19:28, Jean Louis wrote:
> * Ludovic Courtès <> [2020-01-14 15:39]:
>> Dear moderators,
>> A large part of the traffic over the last few weeks was repeated
>> ad-hominem attacks, always by the same people.
>> This is a violation of the list’s stated policy at
>> <>.  It gives a
>> poor image of the project and undoubtedly silences many.
>> I call on to you to make it stop.  I reckon moderation is a tough and
>> thankless task, and I am grateful for your work, but I think it’s in the
>> project’s interest to put an end to abuse of that sort.
>> Thanks in advance,
>> Ludo’.
> Then why did you start in the first place with defamation of GNU
> project and RMS?
> Reference:
> It is violation of GUIX Code of Conduct.

Neither Moderation nor a Code of Conduct is a solution

We need to think outside the box about the way communication is effected
in free software communities.

It looks like the list is already moderated / censored.  I posted a
message today and it took 59 minutes to be distributed.  Check the
Received headers of messages you receive to see if that is happening to
other people.



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