Terry R. wrote:
> You asked me to validate my "claim", and that's what I did. No need to
> go rambling about speeding, smoking pot, or free speech! And
> unfortunately, the examples you gave are CLEAR. If the speed limit is
> 65 MPH and you drive 66 MPH, you are breaking the law, and when you get
> caught, it is EXPLAINED to you what you did wrong.
there, atleast you get to go infront of a judge, and maybe a
> Here, things just disappear. Bits and bytes vanishing. It is a poor
> way to "monitor" a group IMO.
here, they've already made up their mind, and did the
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> The date and time was 5/13/2008 7:21 PM, and on a whim, »Q« pounded
> out on the keyboard:
> > In <news:[hidden email]>,
> > "Terry R." <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >> The date and time was 5/13/2008 5:41 PM, and on a whim, »Q« pounded
> >> out on the keyboard:
> >>> "Moz Champion (Dan)" <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >>>> Terry R. wrote:
> >>>>> While not "banned", a poster was removed even from this thread.
> >>>>> Was it any more OT than any other post?
> >>>>> follow-up set to mozilla.general
> >>>> Again, I am not the monitor so I cannot say.
> >>> Removal of OT posts doesn't depend on a post being "more OT" or
> >>> "less OT" than another post. As the policy makes clear, once
> >>> someone has gotten to the point where his posts can be removed,
> >>> any OT post from him will be cancelled.
> >> That's as clear as mud. "gotten to the point" is about as
> >> arbitrary as it gets.
> > How one gets to that point is laid out clearly at the link you
> > snipped, <<http://www.mozilla.org/community/cancellation.html>.
> > If by "arbitrary", you mean "decided by arbiters", I agree with you.
> > If you mean its more common sense of "capricious or unreasonable",
> > then no.
> >> So who thought Reg had "gotten to the point"? You? Chris?
> >> Nir?
> > Nir and Chris were making those calls at the time. I joined the
> > team a bit later.
> His post was removed just a couple days ago. You "joined" the team
> quite a long time ago.