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Thanks for the input and the nice way you put it. I don't know what the
"noise" you refer to is. It seems to me that lately there has only been
content relative to sailing and sj23s but I may be ignoring some noise. Your
suggestions are worth considering by all and the Netiquette is good input. I
am forwarding this to the list. Thanks.
Chuck and Barbara Vande Wetering
PO Box 2205
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
----- Original Message -----
From: "bobby kawamura" <bobby_kawamura@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <wwp62@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2001 7:52 PM
Subject: mail list

> Chuck,
> First and foremost I think you are doing an admirable job of promoting and
> maintaining the SJ23 website.  However I see breech of Netiquette with
> regards to the mail list.  There is excessive noise not pertaining to
> sailing or SJ23; the topic of the mail list.  People who point this out
> told they are wrong. These people may be using their computers to manage
> conduct the business that pays their rent. For convience their personal
> and business mail have been forwarded to the same address. Given a choice
> between working and participating in the San Juan Discussion group I would
> have to believe that a unsubscribe request will result. You might want to
> remind members That personal correspondence should be directed to a
> mail address instead of the list serve address.  If the balance of the
> members of the group like it the current way, casual members might still
> able to participate by adding to the archive rather than to participating
> the mail list. I found a guide for joining and posting to Discussion
> Thanks for your time and effort,
> Bobby
> ---------------------------------------------------
> Netiquette
> Discussion Groups
> Joining an online chat group can be a great way to meet people who have
> common interests and background as you, or to meet a diverse group of
> people. There are some tips that you should follow to be sure that you are
> following proper Netiquette.
> Check the group out before joining. Familiarize yourself with the people
> the style of the group before contributing.
> Check out the FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions).
> Everything will offend someone.
> Avoid posting messages that are nothing more than "I agree" or "I don't
> know". They add nothing to the discussion.
> Keep postings on topic.
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