Re: A reminder: can you list members *not* read? Digest
Marc,toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Consider the situation from the moderator's point of view. Twice in a short
period of time, events outside his control have forced him to migrate the
list. Both times he alerted the list members to what was happening. Both
times when it turned out unsubscribed members had been inadvertently
re-subscribed, he provided a simple mechanism for unsubscribing. Instead of
taking this simple step, a number of former listers have posted angry
Most people would view what James does as a thankless task. I doubt it
provides him with any income. Probably the opposite.
I urge you and any other dissatisfied former listers to vent your annoyance
simply by unsubscribing.
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
On Behalf Of Marc Rocheleau
Sent: Wednesday, June 29, 2011 3:07 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: A reminder: can you list members *not* read? RE: Digest
Well considering I removed myself from this list several weeks ago, I
thought it was spam and saw no reason to read the admin's original
e-mail. It's not a matter of being incompetent, why would we be
keeping our eyes peeled for such a message if we weren't expecting one
to come our way? I thought the admin's original e-mail was spam and
deleted it -- kinda hard to follow the instructions in it when that
I get a lot of e-mail and generally skim through it and delete what
seems like spam so I missed the admin's original message. I gather,
from some responses, that he said there was a mistake and deleted
subscribers have to contact him off-list to be removed? Either way, I
don't see what's wrong with voicing our frustrations when we took the
necessary steps to be removed from this list just a few weeks ago.
It's annoying and, while obviously a mistake, it shouldn't have
And you're the one complaining to the entire list about the
complainers -- what does that make you? No more competent than I, as
far as I'm concerned. I'm not sure why you felt the need to be rude
and insult people but um... good job?
On 6/29/11, Shane Davidson <email@example.com> wrote:
Are you people so incompitent as to not actually read the messages fromthe
administrators of this list?to
witch god entrusted you with.
"There is no shame in being who you are. There's only shame in not
going down swinging to protect it"
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