android-platform is now partially moderated

by Cedric Beust » Thu, 30 Apr 2009 20:43:51 GMT


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 We have recently turned on moderation control for the android-kernel
mailing list.  The goal is only to reduce the amount of spam on the
list, there is no plan for any active moderation or membership
control.

New memberships will still be granted automatically, there is no
intention to limit group membership, and new members will be able to
receive and read messages immediately.

For new members, your first post will be moderated.  Please allow 24
hours for your first post to go through, and please don't keep
reposting.  Once you have posted successfully, you will be allowed to
post freely.

I hope this improves things for all members of android-kernel.

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Cdric
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android-platform is now partially moderated

by Cedric Beust » Thu, 30 Apr 2009 20:51:14 GMT


 Of course, the subject should read "android-kernel is now moderated".

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Cdric



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