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For the record the killietalk list was set up to discuss all issues
relating to the killie fixation (ie. hobby). That includes matters
relating to the fish and their keeping, but discussion of the AKA and
its programs is also allowed. After all, the AKA promotes the hobby.
It was not set up to be mostly a political forum.
Killitalk is lightly moderated. I will remove people for rude or
obnoxious behavior, or for blatant use of the list for commercial
purposes. I always request that people stop that behavior first, and
I've only once had to remove someone. I have mildly upset a couple of
people when I have requested that they change something about what
they are posting, but I put that down to the difficulty of finding a
tactful way to make my request.
Occasionally this list wanders from what I, at least, would like it
to be. About killies, for killie keepers. The best way to control
that is for everyone to ask themselves, "is this message useful"?
Sometimes I start to write a reply to a message, then find myself
thinking and saying "Naahhh". If we all think a little first I
believe we can bring some focus back to the list. I think the
off-topic traffic has been excessive and would like to see some
self-regulation. Help me with this!
Let's not now start a thread about stopping threads :o)
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