On Tue 03 Feb 2004 13:16, Ruairi Newman wrote:
> While it is of course in our own interests to refrain from making any
> statements that could be construed as slanderous, libellous et al, I
> strongly dispute the right of the chairman to demand an end to the
> discussion of a topic which is of interest to Irish Linux users.
> Perhaps a call for a little moderation might be more appropriate?
He is the *elected* chairman and, as such, is fulfilling his role in
protecting the group and its members in a way in which he sees fit.
It is his right, whether you dispute it or not.
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