[Theforum] meo barriers

Martin Burns martin at easyweb.co.uk
Mon May 27 03:47:43 CDT 2002

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On Monday, May 27, 2002, at 05:33  am, Warden, Matt wrote:

> Martin:
>> That's one good half of the story. Now let's look at the other half -
>> of
>> the 850 or so meo accounts, how many are using the web space to enhance
>> their skills technologies they already know, or learn new technologies?
> Tell you what, I'll give you a directory listing, and you can start
> looking through all the accounts, k?


Part of the point was to highlight that while rejecting 14/15 account
applications goes a long way towards preventing meo abuse, it's not the
whole story.

> I have my method, which I find very effective, but it doesn't involve
> going through every single account one-by-one.

Fine, and it looks like it's doing good work. I assume your method
includes a review of the monthly log report?

>> we are
>> where we are and on balance, it's very much good. It's simply to
>> understand whether it could be even better.
> I find it odd that this kind of discussion has replaced discussion on
> funding (with the exception of give at evolt.org, which was, pardon the
> pun,
> a given).

Well how about nipping over to:
and filling in some of the desired answers to the criteria?

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