[Theforum] Closing List Subscriptions

Martin Burns martin at easyweb.co.uk
Sat Jun 8 18:45:54 CDT 2002

On Sunday, June 9, 2002, at 12:16  am, Dean Mah wrote:

> According to the following posts,
>    http://lists.evolt.org/theforumarchive/Week-of-
> Mon-20020603/005369.html
>    http://lists.evolt.org/theforumarchive/Week-of-
> Mon-20020603/005370.html
>    http://lists.evolt.org/theforumarchive/Week-of-
> Mon-20020603/005371.html
>    http://lists.evolt.org/theforumarchive/Week-of-
> Mon-20020603/005400.html
>    http://lists.evolt.org/thesitearchive/2002-June/005497.html
> it seems the general feeling is that the 5 lits that are aligned with
> the groups should be closed to new subscriptions.
> I have done that for all of the lists except thesite.  .jeff has made
> a proposal to create a new list for the design/development group and
> leave thesite the way that it is.
> I've done this now rather than wait for a final decision (which may
> never come) because in the last little while, two new e-mail addresses
> have been signed up to the content list that I do not recognize.  It
> is easier to close the lists now then to kick a whole bunch of people
> off the lists later.

All sounds reasonable.

If the wiki pages reflect the group membership, there's a logic to those
being edit-locked too. Anyone with any probs with that? (damclean -
yeah, I know)

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