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Old 10-06-2007, 12:22 PM   #2
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After biting back a number of less-than-productive comments, let me say this.

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Signatures must be kept to a maximum of three lines (including blank lines) and contain no more than two links (non-commercial).
Hunh? Is there a rationale behind this limit?

I've had a four-line signature for at least two years, and I've added two "." lines because this board's software jams the signature up against the body of the post. So how 'bout six lines, unless another poster cares to put forth a higher number.
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While I do not disagree with the intent of the above, I do question the ability and willingness of any team of moderators to police a forum of this size and realistically maintain a "be nice or else" policy. I suggest changing "We do not tolerate ANY rudeness" to "Rudeness is not acceptable and may result in the moderation or deletion of your post."

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Hunh? Is there a rationale behind this limit?

I've had a four-line signature for at least two years, and I've added two "." lines because this board's software jams the signature up against the body of the post. So how 'bout six lines, unless another poster cares to put forth a higher number.

It was picked for no particular reason other than it's sort of an average. Long signatures add clutter - but we can change to 4 or 5 or 1.... We are looking for input.
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It was picked for no particular reason other than it's sort of an average. Long signatures add clutter - but we can change to 4 or 5 or 1.... We are looking for input.
Then let's change it to six lines, the length of my signature. Unless someone has a longer signature.

I think a signature adds value, but if a user thinks it adds clutter then they can choose to not display signatures or to put that user on the "Ignore Poster" list.
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I do what Nords does, leave a space before the signature. Is there any way to "program" that in? It adds more clutter when it bumps up against the post.

I agree with Wahoo's comment as well. The "rule" about staying on topic is going to be difficult to enforce with this bunch.
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The "rule" about staying on topic is going to be difficult to enforce with this bunch.
The only people who'll suffer the burden of that rule will be the moderators...
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Let's just simplify this to "Nothing that could be in any way be entertaining to a normal adult will be tolerated."
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I agree with Wahoo's comment as well. The "rule" about staying on topic is going to be difficult to enforce with this bunch. [/quote]


Plus that's when some of the most interesting conversations get going !
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Looks pretty reasonable at first glance.

I suppose it is just a subset of 'on topic', but how should one actually deal with say, political insertions into a thread that is intended to be non-political? The trick to 'on' or 'off' topic here, is that some people see political ramifications to everything, and that is valid, to a degree. But that does not mean I want to discuss them as part of that thread.

I might start a thread on coin collecting, and some poster wants to discuss how countries control currency valuations, which was not the point of the thread. This might be in the 'off topic' forum, but I don't want it to be political either.

So what do we do?

First step is politely ask the poster to refrain from the political associations.

Second step?

1) Walk away (this means people may start walking away altogether if many of their discussions get the political treatment).

2) Report to moderator?

3) Suggest that person start their own thread, Political: Currency Controls?

Repeat Offenders?

Please don't suggest the 'ignore' function. For various reasons, I am opposed to using it, it might be fine for others.

One other thing - I'd expand on the 'grandmother thing' as far as appropriate pics/avatars. This came up on another forum, and here is my take:

Some people would legitimately want to check this forum on a lunch break at work, or at home with the kids around. So, in fairness to those people, it helps to keep the avatars and pics (unless warned in the title) to be 'work friendly' - and that means pretty tame in some environments. As much as I've enjoyed some of the avatars, I think those people's legitimate concerns take priority, even the most extreme of them. Any of us can search out that stuff at an appropriate time, if we wish.

Oh, and BRAVO on the statement on Free Speech! When people take 'free speech' to mean anytime, anywhere, and/or on someone else's dime it makes my skin crawl.

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I suppose it is just a subset of 'on topic', but how should one actually deal with say, political insertions into a thread that is intended to be non-political? The trick to 'on' or 'off' topic here, is that some people see political ramifications to everything, and that is valid, to a degree. But that does not mean I want to discuss them as part of that thread.

I might start a thread on coin collecting, and some poster wants to discuss how countries control currency valuations, which was not the point of the thread. This might be in the 'off topic' forum, but I don't want it to be political either.

So what do we do?

First step is politely ask the poster to refrain from the political associations.

Second step?

1) Walk away (this means people may start walking away altogether if many of their discussions get the political treatment).

2) Report to moderator?

3) Suggest that person start their own thread, Political: Currency Controls?

Repeat Offenders?
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I would expect to follow the plan you have laid out. A complaint made to a moderator about wandering too far off topic, most especially when the thread starter makes it, would get my attention.

It's a fairly simple thing to split a thread into two when it has wandered off topic, but generally if it has wandered far, this becomes impractically messy.
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I like it. But two areas I think are out of sync with the prevailing ethic here:

1) We don't stay on topic, and we take pleasure in seeing how the stream of consciousness causes a thread to evolve.

2) We don't keep the tone appropriate for grandma, unless grandma happens to be a raucous salty old bird.
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I like it. But two areas I think are out of sync with the prevailing ethic here:

1) We don't stay on topic, and we take pleasure in seeing how the stream of consciousness causes a thread to evolve.

2) We don't keep the tone appropriate for grandma, unless grandma happens to be a raucous salty old bird.
True observations. I also kind of like the rambling, "where's this gonna go" quality, at least for some threads. I think where a truly new, substantial topic emerges there is no harm is splitting off the thread. That way users who are new to an interesting digression won't miss it cause it's hidden away under an unrelated title. But I'd be pretty tolerant of digression as you say.

As to the tone and civility deal, personally I think it too often it goes well beyond the "earthy" part that gives texture to a writer or a thread, well into the offensive category. Don't want to censor anyone's ideas but I could do without some of the more extreme belligerence, insults, profanity, extreme anger etc.

I'm commenting as a member, not a mod.
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I find the admonishment to stay strictly on-topic very much at odds with how the forun is now and how it has been historically. I suggest you strike that dictum entirely from the rules. Threads here quite successfully meander off and sometimes back on topic and usually the conversation is more interesting for it.

I also think sig space should be more expansive.
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I like it. But two areas I think are out of sync with the prevailing ethic here:

1) We don't stay on topic, and we take pleasure in seeing how the stream of consciousness causes a thread to evolve.
That is true, some of the drifting and evolution has a fascinating dynamic. But, if no one is complaining, I guess there is no harm.

I think the problem comes when Poster A keeps going off on one angle, and Posters B & C say a couple times 'hey, we are trying to discuss this one point, stop dragging these outside things into it'. At that point, I think Poster A should drop it, or start their own thread.

So, maybe something with a bit more leeway. Like, 'if the topic starts drifting from the original, consider starting a separate thread. Definitely start a new thread (or get back on topic) if any poster reasonably objects to the drift.'

Yep, I know,'reasonable' is a weasel word, but this is all going to be a grey area anyway.

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After biting back a number of less-than-productive comments, let me say this.


Hunh? Is there a rationale behind this limit?

I've had a four-line signature for at least two years, and I've added two "." lines because this board's software jams the signature up against the body of the post. So how 'bout six lines, unless another poster cares to put forth a higher number.
And after biting back a comment for nearly a year or so, let me finally say that a "Sig" is, I believe, a short identifier, and if it takes more than a line, maybe two... three(?).... four (!) then perhaps it is increasingly likely to be seen as a nuisance rather than an aid to identity, for those who see it affixed to every single post.

I apologize in advance for my rather puritan view on this, but I'm glad to get it off my chest, as a veteran of Usenet groups that went through signature inflation reaching nearly demonic proportions before finally fading back down to reason.


IMHO, rest looks good, with the understanding voiced later in thread by ERD50 that if participants are getting along peaceably, let's please not not call an arbitrary "O/T" foul, but if a O/P ever feels the thread is wandering and asks for some focus, they should obviously be obliged voluntarily, and then aided by a mod, if the request is not successful.
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And after biting back a comment for a year or so, let me finally say that a "Sig" is, I believe, a short identifier, and if it takes more than a line, maybe two... three(?).... four (!) then perhaps it is increasingly likely to be seen as a nuisance rather than an aid to identity, for those who see it affixed to every single post.

I apologize in advance for my rather puritan view on this, but I'm glad to get it off my chest, as a veteran of Usenet groups that went through signature inflation reaching nearly demonic proportions before finally fading back down to reason.

Hmmm, so miles of obnoxious ads on every page are fine, but an extra inch for a sig is a crime against humanity? I should note that in the user CP there is even a box you can uncheck so that you don't have to see signatures. Can't say the same about the ads.
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Hmmm, so miles of obnoxious ads on every page are fine, but an extra inch for a sig is a crime against humanity? I should note that in the user CP there is even a box you can uncheck so that you don't have to see signatures. Can't say the same about the ads.
he he he

I see that you are using slight sarcasm (allowed) not excessive (disallowed) so let me reply that I obviously did not mean to elevate a three-line sig to a crime of Felony stature, and I will thank you for pointing out that we can indeed turn off sigs (a terrific feature) and I will further offer that ads can also be tamed by using FF browser with ABP enabled. I don't mind the ads I don't see.

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I was going to post something... but it did not conform to the new rules. Oops! I think I just broke a new rule.
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