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Subject: Re: I resign the Post as Moderator.

Author: Harald Faber

Date: 01:45:15 07/23/99

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On July 22, 1999 at 19:28:18, Mark Young wrote:

>I never did understand the moderation representation on CCC. We vote for three
>moderators, but instead of having two of the three moderators agreeing to delete
>a post, we have three three kings that do as they will when they see a post they
>think should be deleted. This approach kills the representation of the mass of
>CCC. Not a very logical way to represent the voters.
>Under the circumstances of how the moderators represent the voters I understand
>and agree with your reasons for resigning. As it stands now if one moderator can
>delete posts at will without the consent of at least one other moderator, this
>leave you unable to represent your position and view as moderator that you ran
>and were elected on by the voters of CCC to represent.

You always complain and you are never satisfied with what the moderators do. I
suppose it is just because they handle things different than you would do. That
looks very intolerant. If you think you could and would do it better, why don't
you go for moderator elections?

BTW to delete it is better to have ONE moderator allowed to delete posts instead
of waiting for several hours until another moderator is online because in the
meantime the dubious post may have extended. In the past it happened.

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