Re: CONSERVATIVES DON'T NEED TO BE TOLD THIS:

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Sn!pe

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Jun 1, 2021, 10:07:47 PM6/1/21
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vallor <val...@cultnix.org> wrote:

> >> [fu2: bit bucket]
> >
> > You know that never works. I'm unfupable.
>
> For all he knows, I did reply to him -- but he'll never see it.
>
> Guess what individual.net's policy is about posting to alt.dev.null,
> or fups set there?

Guess what eternal-september's policy is about posting to alt.dev.null.

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Adam H. Kerman

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Jun 1, 2021, 10:42:54 PM6/1/21
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Sn!pe <snip...@gmail.com> wrote:
>vallor <val...@cultnix.org> wrote:

>>>>[fu2: bit bucket]

>>>You know that never works. I'm unfupable.

>>For all he knows, I did reply to him -- but he'll never see it.

>>Guess what individual.net's policy is about posting to alt.dev.null,
>>or fups set there?

>Guess what eternal-september's policy is about posting to alt.dev.null.

Let me guess!

Sn!pe

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Jun 2, 2021, 7:33:59 AM6/2/21
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Adam H. Kerman <a...@chinet.com> wrote:

> Sn!pe <snip...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >vallor <val...@cultnix.org> wrote:
>
> >>>>[fu2: bit-bucket]
>
> >>>You know that never works. I'm unfupable.
>
> >>For all he knows, I did reply to him -- but he'll never see it.
>
> >>Guess what individual.net's policy is about posting to alt.dev.null,
> >>or fups set there?
>
> >Guess what eternal-september's policy is about posting to alt.dev.null.
>
> Let me guess!

Everybody has to be somewhere. For some people, the
bit-bucket is as good as anywhere and better than most.

John Doe

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Sep 20, 2021, 12:47:37 PM9/20/21
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Op 2-6-2021 om 04:07 schreef Sn!pe:
> vallor <val...@cultnix.org> wrote:
>
>>>> [fu2: bit bucket]
>>>
>>> You know that never works. I'm unfupable.
>>
>> For all he knows, I did reply to him -- but he'll never see it.
>>
>> Guess what individual.net's policy is about posting to alt.dev.null,
>> or fups set there?
>
> Guess what eternal-september's policy is about posting to alt.dev.null.

I see nothing in their policy against it. I see restrictions for
Control: messages but not for just Approved: messages.

No control messages
No control messages may be posted through news.eternal-september.org
with the following exceptions:
Cancel and supersede messages for your own articles that have been
posted through Eternal-September
newgroup and rmgroup control messages for de.alt.*
You should familiar with de.alt.admin conventions and proceedings
https://www.eternal-september.org/index.php?showpage=terms
Control messages to free.*

Am I overlooking something?

Sn!pe

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Sep 20, 2021, 1:32:33 PM9/20/21
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Your use of aioe to post this is interesting. Can you post via aioe
to eternal-september.moderated? I have just tested there. What
about posting to live moderated groups?

John Doe

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Sep 20, 2021, 2:06:14 PM9/20/21
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In article <1pfti4s.mn2k1g3uevk9N%snip...@gmail.com>, snipeco.2
@gmail.com says...
aioe does not have eternal-september.moderated. I tried to crosspost but
that did not wok either.

Sn!pe

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Sep 20, 2021, 3:12:05 PM9/20/21
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John Doe <john...@freedom.nl.invalid> wrote:
[...]
> > > > Guess what eternal-september's policy is about posting to alt.dev.null.
> > >
> > > I see nothing in their policy against it. I see restrictions for
> > > Control: messages but not for just Approved: messages.
> > >
> > > No control messages
> > > No control messages may be posted through news.eternal-september.org
> > > with the following exceptions:
> > > Cancel and supersede messages for your own articles that have been
> > > posted through Eternal-September
> > > newgroup and rmgroup control messages for de.alt.*
> > > You should familiar with de.alt.admin conventions and proceedings
> > > https://www.eternal-september.org/index.php?showpage=terms
> > > Control messages to free.*
> > >
> > > Am I overlooking something?
> >
> > Your use of aioe to post this is interesting. Can you post via aioe
> > to eternal-september.moderated? I have just tested there. What
> > about posting to live moderated groups?
>
> aioe does not have eternal-september.moderated. I tried to crosspost
> but that did not wok either.

I note that you silently set the followup to e-s.m [denied].
Why was that?

John Doe

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Sep 20, 2021, 5:33:15 PM9/20/21
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In article <1pftmj5.t70yq54xgm6nN%snip...@gmail.com>, snipeco.2
@gmail.com says...
Gravity wanted a followup header, I don't know why.

Sn!pe

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Sep 20, 2021, 6:23:16 PM9/20/21
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John Doe <john...@freedom.nl.invalid> wrote (in alt.dev.null):
Silent followups are most impolite.

Also, I note that you have switched newsserver to E-S but my query
was about aioe. You might have said what you were doing.

I have now multiposted this to e-s.m as the appropriate place for this
discussion; I think E-S does not permit crossposts into its own groups.

[bye in a.d.n, continue in e-s.m if you wish]

Eli the Bearded

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Sep 20, 2021, 6:35:02 PM9/20/21
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In alt.dev.null, Sn!pe <snip...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I have now multiposted this to e-s.m as the appropriate place for this
> discussion; I think E-S does not permit crossposts into its own groups.

They would be foolish to allow it, particularly a moderated one.

> [bye in a.d.n, continue in e-s.m if you wish]

Anchorage Daily News drops the story, but Eastern Surf Magazine picks it
up.

Elijah
------
Anchorage not known as a good surfing location

Sn!pe

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Sep 20, 2021, 6:50:33 PM9/20/21
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Roger that.

Sn!pe

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Sep 28, 2021, 4:51:46 PM9/28/21
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Sn!pe <snip...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Eli the Bearded <*@eli.users.panix.com> wrote:
>
> > In alt.dev.null, Sn!pe <snip...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > I have now multiposted this to e-s.m as the appropriate place for this
> > > discussion; I think E-S does not permit crossposts into its own groups.
> >
> > They would be foolish to allow it, particularly a moderated one.
> >
> > > [bye in a.d.n, continue in e-s.m if you wish]
> >
> > Anchorage Daily News drops the story, but Eastern Surf Magazine picks it
> > up.
> >
> > Elijah
> > ------
> > Anchorage not known as a good surfing location
>
> Roger that.

[later]

Having since observed JD's activities in other groups
I conclude that his bona fides are suspect. Who knew?
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