On 12/04/2012 05:25 AM, Dave Neary wrote:
On 12/04/2012 02:04 PM, Leslie Hawthorn wrote:
> On 12/03/2012 03:53 PM, Itamar Heim wrote:
>> On 11/30/2012 04:52 PM, Dave Neary wrote:
>>> * We will re-use the workshop-pc mailing list for proposals and
>>> discussion. There was an open discussion point about what our
>>> subscription and posting policy should be for the list - I suggest
>>> non-members may post to the list, and anyone can subscribe.
>> with the amount of spam on other lists, please have this one moderated
>> as well.
>> i haven't seen many/any CFP lists which are open on their discussions
>> on papers, rather just accepted/not accepted in the end?
> Unless I am very much mistaken, the list archives are private and posts
> by non-members are moderated.
I was suggestiong changing this - I don't think it's very nice, when
you're sending a proposal for a presentation, to get a message saying
"this email is being held in moderation". Can we change the moderation
email to say "Thank you for your submission, we will get back to you
shortly"? Otherwise, I would suggest that we not moderate email posted
to the list, while retaining moderated membership and private archives.
you for the context. I am in complete agreement with you.
Regarding changing the list autoreply re: moderation, I can imagine this
is possible but Karsten would know better.
We would run the risk of receiving spam through the list, but in
conjunction with the planned spam filtering which Kevin proposed to
put in place, and which Karsten will set him up to do, that might not
be a problem for long.
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