[p2p-research] a short message on our list culture and authority arguments

Michel Bauwens michelsub2004 at gmail.com
Mon Nov 9 22:36:08 CET 2009

point taken marco, but there was nothing at all that was meant to be
offensive, I'm describing a real problem from my perspective

if we want more netiquette, I would love the moderators to slowly introduce
them ..

On Mon, Nov 9, 2009 at 7:20 PM, M. Fioretti <mfioretti at nexaima.net> wrote:

> On Mon, Nov 09, 2009 18:01:44 PM +0700, Michel Bauwens wrote:
> > the problem is that the kind of netiquette you propose, seems like a
> > high treshold affair, and for busy people, it is discouraging ...
> Michel,
> I know you personally and I like you, so I know you didn't mean it at
> all and I am NOT offended, but this remark _did_ come out a bit
> offensive.
> It makes it sound like the only people who can afford to format their
> email properly are those who have nothing else to do but gazing at
> their navels all day. We're all very busy. In any case:
> 1) this is the only list I know that has these problems
> 2) I follow several lists where 100+ message a day is the norm, and
>   there are no such problems. Most subscribers are very busy
>   professionals, among them none has the problems you just reported,
>   and the reason is exactly that since we all spend 10 seconds more
>   than you before each post we SEND (=many less that what we all
>   RECEIVE), at the end of the day we've all saved HOURS without
>   losing anything relevant.
> Your call. Just a side question: sometimes ago there was a discussion
> about configuring a message size limit for this list. May I ask if it
> is still the case, and what happens when a message posted to the list
> exceeds that size?
> Ciao,
>         Marco
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