RE: SEC reflector membership
Hey, I'm with Howard. It ain't broke, so let's not fix it !!!
Everett O. (Buzz) Rigsbee
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> From: Howard Frazier[SMTP:email@example.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, October 25, 2000 8:14 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: SEC reflector membership
> Okay, here's a the membership policy as I understand it and implement it:
> A) It is a "closed" reflector, which means that I have to send an email
> to approve any subscription requests.
> B) I do not add or delete or change any email addresses without receiving
> a subscribe or unsubscribe request or a continuous stream of bounce
> messages. The reason I don't automatically subscribe people is that
> I can't always know what email address they want to have subscribed.
> C) If some yahoo asks for a subscription, I point them to the archive.
> Otherwise, I am very liberal about approving subscription requests.
> We have IEEE staff, vice chairs, retired SEC members, 802 staff, and
> a "interested parties" on the reflector now.
> Since you are all members of the list, you can do a "who" and see for yourself
> that this whole subject is a giant NON ISSUE. There are only 30 people on
> this thing (including Mike, who just joined). No one in their right mind
> wants to be a member of this reflector unless they have to be in order to do
> their jobs on the SEC. Hmmm. Maybe that statement could be written a little
> broader, as in "No one in their right mind wants to be a member of this reflector."