dispatches from the front lines of anonymity
hughes at soda.berkeley.edu
Sat Feb 27 13:18:50 PST 1993
Re: alt.whistleblower moderation
>So every time a moderated group is created, every server already is
>That's how it *should* work, not how it *does* work. In real life,
>moderator addresses are distributed "out of band" to a relatively
>small number of "backbone" sites; all the rest of the sites merely
>forward the mail to a "backbone" site.
Well, we can weekly publish the submission address. It would take
slightly more intelligence on the part of the would-be poster.
What are exactly the politics of propagating this moderator's address,
anyway? Is it particularly difficult? Is it automated?
Please advise. alt.whistleblower, in addition to being a public good,
is a great way to raise hell.
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