[Air-l] Re: Air-l digest, Vol 1 #331 - 16 msgs

Nicholas Jankowski nickjan at xs4all.nl
Sun Mar 17 10:46:54 PST 2002


Nancy invites comments from members of the list. I am for institution and
enforcement of guidelines to prevent further extremes as found in the
Lachlan contributions to this list. I also recommend the procedures and
software required for individual list members to kill contributions be
publicized on the list. If nothing is done, this list will rapidlly
degenerate in value for many of us.

Nick Jankowski
Associate Professor 
University of Nijmegen
Post Office Box 9104
6500 HE Nijmegen
The Netherlands


>
>Message: 5
>Date: Sat, 16 Mar 2002 14:36:48 -0600
>To: air-l at aoir.org
>From: Nancy Baym <nbaym at ku.edu>
>Subject: [Air-l] re: Lachlan's CV (or stepping OVER the line)
>Reply-To: air-l at aoir.org
>
>Mary Gray writes:
>
>>I'd like to ask the AIR members and
>>leadership to rethink/reconsider our stand on guidelines for posting to this
>>list
>
>Mary and others, the executive committee has been discussing this a 
>lot lately, so don't feel your concerns have gone unnoticed. I think 
>it's fair to say that if there is a consensus amongst list members 
>that we need to create a new standard of guidelines and means of 
>enforcing them, we are open to doing that. My preference has been to 
>let the list speak first.
>
>This list has been going for just under two and a half years and has 
>grown from 14 members to over 1,000. It's reasonable to expect weird 
>periods from time to time, and net scholars ought to figure out 
>together how to get through them with the kind of list we want this 
>to be intact.
>
>Nancy
>_________________________________________________________
>Nancy Baym
>nbaym at ku.edu
>http://www.ku.edu/home/nbaym
>Communication Studies, University of Kansas
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