[Air-l] Lachlan Brown

Steve Fox (NLG) stevef at microsoft.com
Thu Mar 21 10:55:17 PST 2002


I don't share this sense of unease. While I believe that there is room
for scholarly debate in many things, I felt that what Lachlan brought to
the table often fell beyond not only a level of debate, but sometimes a
level of basic understanding. 

One thing out of this that I find extremely interesting, though, is how
the online community governs itself? How does this governance work
through our collective perceptions of the community, and can online
communities "survive" without a structured model of governance?

Steve

-----Original Message-----
From: Monika Merkes [mailto:M.Merkes at latrobe.edu.au] 
Sent: Wednesday, March 20, 2002 6:02 PM
To: air-l at aoir.org
Subject: Re: [Air-l] Lachlan Brown

I share Robert's feelings of unease mainly for two reasons: freedom of
speech is more important to me than being exposed to some inappropriate
or even offensive comments, and secondly issues around process: what
_is_ the process for being kicked off the list? Is it a fair and
transparent process?
Regards
Monika

Monika Merkes
http://member.melbpc.org.au/~monika/

"robert m. tynes" wrote:
> 
> I find it a bit troubling. I'm not sure exactly why, but I do have a
few
> reflections.
> 
<snip>

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