Guidelines for Birding-Aus

Subject: Guidelines for Birding-Aus
From: "Ray Kelly" <>
Date: Sun, 28 Oct 2001 19:47:07 +0800
Thanks Russell

I dial in from China and if you know anything about China Telecom - it isn't cheap and it isn't reliable. When I dial in I like to get where I'm going quickly, read what interests me and get out. If I find stories that really interest me, I can forward them to my work email where I have access to a printer and print those messages.

There have lately been messages that not only contained all of the immediate prior message, but also any other replies (sometimes up to four) that might have had anything to do with it and may have been previously attached.

Also, on the subject of advertising, should the restriction also apply to the 6 and seven line "business cards" some people post after their names, containing everything from name and address, occupation, business, phone numbers etc,etc, is. A number of these lately have been more than quasi advertorial?

When a person posts a message, their email address is shown. If anyone wants to get in touch with them regarding a posted subject, they can do it directly. They can then decide whether the entire content of their discussions is worthwhile posting to birding-aus.


Ray Kelly

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