[Taxacom] Reality check - lies and hate by academic fraud Wolfgang Wuster on Wikipedia!
jakejudy at hotmail.com
Thu Oct 10 10:51:16 CDT 2013
I agree with Dan and John,
Ignoring is superior to banning. It just takes a second to hit the delete button.
> Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2013 11:35:46 -0300
> From: dlahr at ib.usp.br
> To: calabar.john at gmail.com
> CC: taxacom at mailman.nhm.ku.edu
> Subject: Re: [Taxacom] Reality check - lies and hate by academic fraud Wolfgang Wuster on Wikipedia!
> +1 to John.
> Ignoring is superior to banning, IMHO. Not replying or not giving any
> attention to spammers, flammers, is also a very effective way to get them
> to quiet down. People need to learn to use filters, sorters, and all of the
> wonderful tools sitting right there inside your browser/email viewer.
> BUT, the owners of the list have decided, hence we should just abide.
> Daniel J. G. Lahr
> PhD, Assist. Prof.
> Dept of Zoology, Univ. of Sao Paulo, Brazil
> Office number: + 55 (11) 3091 0948
> On Thu, Oct 10, 2013 at 11:26 AM, John Grehan <calabar.john at gmail.com>wrote:
> > Raymond's main transgression seems to me) to be that he continues to use
> > this venue to disparage various colleagues in a repetitive and
> > uninformative manner. I always worry about calls to ban something (after
> > all the prestigious journal Systematic Biology has allowed publications
> > effectively calling for the banning of panbiogeography). Rather than
> > banning, why not use the delete button or a sorting function? At various
> > times subscribers on this list have got tired of a particular topic and
> > want the thread to end while others want to continue. Any list is not going
> > to make everyone happy all of the time. There are often topics discussed at
> > great length on this list that do not interest me. But I do not complain
> > about that as they are of interest to others. So I just delete - only takes
> > a few seconds. There are list members who use this for some of my postings
> > and that is quite ok with me. Better than banning postings or burning
> > books.
> > John Grehan
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