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Re: Moderation [was: Re: overloading = [a solution]]

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Ask Bjoern Hansen
Date:
May 6, 2000 23:35
Subject:
Re: Moderation [was: Re: overloading = [a solution]]
Message ID:
Pine.LNX.4.10.10005062324380.11881-100000@impatience.valueclick.com
On Sat, 6 May 2000, Gurusamy Sarathy wrote:

[...]
> The other thing is to figure out is the mechanics.  Is the list software
> capable of the style of admin we're thinking about? 

Pretty much. Given some amount of extra coding, but that can mostly be
done in Perl so we can probably find someone who can buy this Learning
Perl book I've heard so much about and figure it out. :)

We can plug some extra stuff into the ezmlm thingies that can do "our
kind" of moderation when we need it. Moderated messages would then go into
the standard ezmlm moderation system. I can't think of how we can get that
to post rejected messages to -rejected, but it shouldn't be too hard.

But hopefully we won't need that anytime soon anyway. The most important
part is to get the social part of the referee system going.

> If not, what else can we use?  There also needs to be a list/alias
> that the referees can use for behind-the-scenes communication.  I'd
> also suggest that all the refereeing activity be cc-ed to that list so
> the referees know that a potential problem is being addressed by
> someone else.

I've created a subscribtion moderated perl5-porters-referees@perl.org list
for that, just waiting to hear who should get on it. :)


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