From: John Burgeson (email@example.com)
Date: Thu May 01 2003 - 11:50:35 EDT
Iain wrote, in part: ...But the above "Twit Filter" affair was never, (to my
knowledge) commented on adversely, so I'm commenting on it now, and
registering my dismay...
1. I generally agree with your post about Xtian love not coming through well
on this list. I suspect that it is the nature of debate. I think it is
there, but we do not always show it. We can do better.
2. It was I who talked first about the twit filter, which is a well known
tool on a lot of the internet. Many ISPs have added it to their software.
Some do it negatively (only presons "approved" get through and the rest go
to a hold folder. Some do it positively (you must specify those you wish to
I did put Jim, for a time, into my own twit filter (not anyone else) and
told him so, which I think was both a proper and a Christain thing to do (He
has long been "out for resonas unrelated). What I dd wrong was mention this
to the list -- I think inadvertently -- I subsequently apologized then and
do so again now.
I have been told by certain others that I am on their twit filter list. I am
not offended; I do not think Jim was either. It is just a way to cut down
the traffic when it gets too much to deal with.
I do think that, spam e-mail excepted, that it is polite to notify people
when they get on the list.
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