Re: Who is the new moderator?
- From: robkelk@xxxxxxxxxxxx (Rob Kelk)
- Date: Thu, 05 Mar 2009 23:24:51 GMT
On Thu, 5 Mar 2009 13:31:44 -0800 (PST), Farix <dhstranger@xxxxxxxxxxx>
On Mar 5, 1:13=A0am, Ru Igarashi <ru.igara...@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
As for policies... FAQs are a given. =A0Convention and event notices,
probably. =A0I could imagine the radio show announcements that used
to be in RAA.music would fit in there. =A0My survey announcements? :)
What are the current posting guidelines? There has been a lot of
changes to the internet since RAAI was created. So should we throw
podcast announcements and show notes into the mix? What about blogs?
How do we get the industry to make more use of RAAI?
Posting guidelines of a moderated group are at the discretion of the
moderator. Since the last moderator was Steve Pearl, well...
As for your suggestions... If they're anime-related, why not mention
podcasts, blogs, and shows?
Or, more loosely, how narrowly-focused do we want the info in r.a.a.info
Rob Kelk <http://robkelk.ottawa-anime.org/> e-mail: s/deadspam/gmail/
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