Paul Jakma wrote:
> On Fri, 15 Oct 2004, Niall Walsh wrote:
>>>> 1. That the membership endorse that the ILUG mailing list be
>>> made subscriber-only.
>>>>>> I would hope that this motion would dramatically fail, but
>>> that this would at least serve as backup for Colm when the
>>> bi-annual thread on this list raises its ugly head. It'd be
>>> useful to finally put the issue to rest.
>>>>>>>> Well why not propose the reverse if that's what you want?
>> Because think about what is implied by the motion failling.
If a motion fails nothing happens, something only happens if a motion is
Now if Colm's original proposal is passed then the change he does not
If my reversed proposal is the only one on the table, then Colm's
undesirable outcome is not possible (either we endorse an open posting
list or things just stay as they are).
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