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Re: Handling SPAM posts

Peter Duniho wrote:
On Thu, 10 Apr 2008 04:46:29 -0700, Rudy Velthuis
I don't understand. Are your volunteers canceling posts from the
teamb.com web site? Or from the news server itself?
We were given cancel rights on the public Borland news server (with
the exception of a few announcement-only read-only groups).

Okay. Well, it's fine if Borland decides they want to grant that
kind of access to their "MVP equivalents". But I just don't see
Microsoft doing that with their MVP program. There are way too many
MVPs, with the MVP qualifications have zero to do with anything that
indicates whether a person would make a good moderator, or would
even want to be one
OK. Borland (and now Codegear) let TeamB choose new members, and we
choose them based on such and other qualities as well.
Rudy Velthuis http://rvelthuis.de

"To understand a man you should walk a mile in his shoes. If what
he says still bothers you that's ok because you'll be a mile away
from him and you'll have his shoes." -- Unknown
Jun 27 '08 #1
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