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[FWD: Re: [Moderator Action] world wide chat room rules?]

From: <ObBurwood@netscape.net>
Date: Sat, 03 Apr 2004 18:04:52 -0500
To: www-talk@w3.org
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Hello, Steve,

spec-prod is for specification development by editors and not about 
their content. Have you tried posting to www-talk@w3.org ? That is a 
more general W3C list.



>To whom it may concern :
>
>   I would be interested to know if the W3 consortium or any other 
>governing bodies related to the Internet have set down guidelines / 
>rules as to the way in which chat rooms must be directed or by how 
>behaviour in the chat rooms should be controlled.  On the 
>ircnet.tiscali.be:6667 server - chat room (#wanadoo.fr), people are 
>kicked out of the room because their IRC client uses colors or has 
>the codes for colors that Tiscali Belgium (or at least the person 
>responsable of the room) don't like.  I consider (as do many people 
>who use that chat room poorly monitored.  Personal vendettas are 
>used by users who become OPs.
>
>   The atmosphere in the room (#wanadoo.fr) is so bad that many 
>people who used the room when we started in December 2001 no longer 
>come, having noticed the poor control of the room.
>
>   Sincerely yours,
>
>   Steven Burwood


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