[total] RE: [extropy-chat] What _is_ it with the WTA board, anyway?
natasha at natasha.cc
Mon Jan 16 16:32:24 UTC 2006
At 09:06 AM 1/16/2006, Giu1i0 Pri5c0 wrote:
>If I were Natasha, I would
>consider issuing a warning to all WTA members on the Extropy list to
>please discuss internal WTA problems at home, refrain from taking them
>to the Extropy list, and not assume that everyone is interested in
>petty disputes. I could do it myself as I am also a list deputy on the
>Extropy list, but in this case I prefer leaving it to Natasha.
Spike, the lead list moderator, is watching the posts; albeit I appreciate
your post and concerns.
To prevent any negative subject lines about the WTA, ExI has asked that all
thread subject lines not use any negative language re WTA. Spike is
>Third, I can see that some people are using the old and recent
>discussions in the WTA to create tension between the ExI, the WTA and
>other transhumanist associations.
The only post that I read that was intentionally written to aggravate ExI
and WTA was made by Marino Buble on WTA's list. ExI's chair Max More
responded to this calmly and cogently.
Regarding posts on ExI's List: Jose's post was inflammatory. He did state
that he would not post again for a couple of months.
Harve's and Eli's posts have not been inflammatory, they have been
level-headed expressions of their thoughts and feelings.
Regarding all other postings, Spike is very careful in watching for ad
hominem attacks and posts that are written to cause conflicts.
Thank you for your concerns, and I will share with you that I hope people
can air their thoughts and feelings with civility and work toward solving
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