[Mailman-Developers] On allowing any list member to be an email moderator
barry at python.org
Tue Jan 3 18:13:49 CET 2006
On Tue, 2006-01-03 at 12:21 +0900, Stephen J. Turnbull wrote:
> BAW> I find that my typical approach is to scan the summary,
> BAW> opening any potential ham
> I assume you mean "ham = on-topic, spam = off-topic, possibly but not
> necessarily UCE"?
In this context, yep!
> Our lists don't have a topicality problem, so I don't think I've ever
> had need to open a post. The summary subject invariably shows spam
> vs. ham.
Often, but not always. I probably find myself tricked about 10% of the
> Unfortunately, you can't open a subscription request. I
> know, the text doesn't show much in most cases, but we could look for
> header forging. I don't understand why this distinction was made;
> would it cost resources to give access to the subscription requests?
Probably not. I'm sure there was a "good" reason buried in history, but
it's not a bad idea to revisit this.
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