Today, I received the following E-mail from "super moderator" Ilias,
with the Subject "Mozilla message removal eligibility notification":
> David, I've already sent you messages 4 messages in the past about your
> habit of posting off-topic messages, and explained how to move
> discussions somewhere else (like the general mailing list). The purpose
> of warnings is to help you understand the rules before it gets to the
> point of moderation. You've been posting a lot of OT messages lately,
> and after 4 warnings and not having seen you set a followup to
> mozilla.general in 3 years, it's clear to me that you're either not
> willing to follow the posting rules or you're unable to, and informing
> you about the your habit of posting off-topic messages is having no
> effect. I'm not going to keep sending you warnings every few months.
> As per <https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/about/forums/cancellation/
> message is to inform you that your future infringing posts will be held
> for moderator approval before making it to the forum.
I see three things wrong with this:
* Ilias fails to indicate in which newsgroup my offense occurred.
* Ilias fails to indicate what posting of mine offended.
* Most important, Ilias claims that I have not set a followup to
mozilla.general in three years. WRONG! My archives of newsgroup
messages that I post go back only to March 2016. In the past 16 months
-- much less than three years -- I set Followup-To for mozilla.general
at least three times, not counting this message.
By the way, when I do set Followup-To, I aways indicate that in the body
of my message.
President Trump now denies there are any tapes that
recorded his conversations with ex-FBI Director Comey.
Between when Trump hinted there might be such tapes
and his denial, there was sufficient time to destroy