"bruce" <[email protected]> writes: > to all you guys who want karl's comments somewhere else.. why don't > you offer to set up a blog for him, if you feel that might be a good > solution for him.. If my kids do something wrong, I make sure they understand that it's their fault, and it's up to them to make it right. Same for Karl. If what he's doing is wrong, it's HIS responsibility to make it right. Not you, not me. Why should we be punished for his bad behavior? > personally.. i have no issue with deleting emails i don't need/have > a use for... Are you willing to filter out off-topic mails for the rest of us? > or perhaps you can come up with some kind of voting mechanism that's > tied to the email list.... so if a thread/user is not adhering to > what the list believes should be 'good' behavior.. the voting > mechanism could minimize the posts.. It's not about voting, it's about the list charter. This is the Fedora list. Posts that aren't about Fedora are not appropriate here. Posting such emails to this list is wrong, no matter how much some of us (myself not included) say "it's ok". And being a "regular" here doesn't give you the right to post whatever you feel like posting. *Each* post needs to be on-topic for this list. > or, simply use the delete/filters! So, if someone wants to keep stealing my television, I should just keep buying new ones? I get tens of thousands of emails a day. My filtering system is already complex enough that adding more is not a feasible option, especially when it's so difficult to tell, programatically, what's topical.