[thesite] thelist guidelines down?

javier velasco lists at mantruc.com
Wed Apr 16 11:09:47 CDT 2003

rudy wrote:

>>I can't get to thelist's guidelines page
> works for me
> http://lists.evolt.org/index.php?content=listinfo

I do reach a page, but it's the leo home, the one I wanted is the one 
that had this content:

1.1 General information
The list is intended for professional Web workers: designers, 
webmasters, programmers, what have you. Anything that relates to Web 
development is up for discussion.
The list is unmoderated (though monitored), and is maintained and 
supported by volunteers.
Individuals who post to the list hold the copyright to their own posts.
1.2 Discussion list guidelines
1. Respect each other. Diversity in Web development is not only 
tolerated but encouraged. Argument and debate are fine. Character digs 
and personal attacks are not. You are responsible for what you write. 
Those who cannot be civil will be removed from the list of subscribers 
and will not be permitted to return.
2. Limited off-topic posts are fine; however they must be labelled [OT] 
in the subject line. Also, we ask that you "pay" for off-topic posts by 
including a Web tip that you find useful. Example:
Include META tags in all of your pages for better search engine placement.
Please stay consistent with the <tip></tip> tags, so that our Tip 
Harvester can extract them for the archive. If you want to be extra 
helpful, your opening tag could be formatted:
<tip type="META Tags" author="Your Name">
Include META tags in all of your pages for better search engine placement.
3. To the best of your ability, keep posts short.
4. Keep your subject lines specific, as many people decide what posts to 
read from the subject line. "Help!," "What am I doing wrong?," and 
"Arrraugh" are not acceptable subject lines.
If an ongoing discussion drifts from the initial subject, please change 
the subject line to reflect the new subject. For example, "e-commerce 
solutions" becomes "problem clients (was: e-commerce solutions)."
5. When responding to a post, delete all information that is not 
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Delete anything you're not specifically responding to.
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