Moderation

S L Forsburg forsburg at nospamsalk.edu
Mon Jul 14 20:22:08 EST 1997


> Moderation Policy: The change of status of this newsgroup to
> moderation is to deal with innapropriate messages posted to this
> newsgroup, and not to stiffle scientific inquiries or yeast
> curiosity. Mass-posted commercial messages, chain letters, and
> similar postings not germane to yeast biology (in the largest sense)
> will be deleted without comment. Inappropriate messages posted in
> good faith will be returned to the sender (e.g. request for
> subscription information will receive appropriate instructions, as
> they do now). Messages not strictly within the charter but likely to
> be of interest to some subscribers (e.g., messages dealing with
> certain aspects of yeast in the brewing industry, the use of yeast
> for a highschool science project or medical questions about yeast
> infections) will be accepted and posted to the group.

This sounds appropriate to me, since there will be no effect on those
posting in good faith to the group.  I'm in favor, and once again,
we owe Franis a big  Thank you!!!!

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