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----- Original Message -----
From: "Ken Brown" <email@example.com>
To: "Discussion of Ten-Tec Equipment" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sunday, December 12, 2010 12:03 AM
Subject: Re: [TenTec] This reflector is flooding my inbox with totally NON
TEN TEC chatter!
>I have participated in several email reflectors. The styles of
> "moderation" cover a very wide range. Some moderators not only restrict
> the subject matter to a very narrow field, but they also do not post
> responses from any other than their own personal favorite experts. An
> email reflector with that type of moderation is very non-inclusive, and
> for most of us non-participatory. Most "participants" are really only
> allowed to be spectators. This Ten-Tec reflector may be the opposite end
> of the spectrum, allowing the subject matter to diverge far from just
> Ten-Tec equipment, and allowing responses from anyone, regardless of
> their credentials or personal rapport with the moderator. Having
> experienced both extremes, I find the way the Ten-Tec reflector is
> moderated to the more desirable option.
> Sometimes off topic threads do seem to go on forever, and I wonder if my
> "DELETE" key is going to fail from fatigue. I use an email program that
> allows me to make filters. If I really get tired of a thread, I can make
> a filter (for the subject wording for instance) that will send all
> emails matching that criteria to a junk folder, or directly delete them.
> I would like to thank the moderator of this reflector for allowing a
> wide variety of subjects to be discussed here.
> DE N6KB
>> I will say that ten tec'ers are the most prolific posters going. BUT I
>> find it very informative. I have learned a tremendous amount of info
>> regarding not only ten tec products but others. If it's not of interest
>> to me, I just hit delete..........
>>> Can't you take the discussion of unrelated topics to some more
> TenTec mailing list
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