[Noisebridge-discuss] Keeping associate members in their place
asweigart at gmail.com
Thu Dec 19 04:49:04 UTC 2013
Eh, this is getting a bit off-topic. Feel free to start it in a different
thread. I will say that often people take charge of things because no one
else manages them. Unless Rubin is unfairly rejecting blog posts for a blog
using the Noisebridge name, I don't see an issue. And it looks like the
blog hasn't been updated in a few years. If you're interested in
maintaining it, I'm sure you can work something out. Don't assume
maliciousness at first.
(Of course, if there's more to this than I know about, then you might have
a issue you should voice. But in a new thread. :) )
On Wed, Dec 18, 2013 at 8:24 PM, Johny Radio <johnyradio at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 12/18/2013 6:08 PM, Rubin Abdi wrote:
> If I had this super power when I was a member ...We would have red uniforms with emblems on the left sleeves for one. Also ...for me to sit at and eat grapes.
> Rubin, if you're not elitist (and not a member), then maybe you should
> share with other people, your exclusive administrative ability to approve
> or disprove authors and posts on the noisebridge blog.
> Or not. After all it's your server, and you set it up. It does not belong
> to Noisebridge.
> Rachel McConnell ALSO set up a Noisebridge blog, in 2008. It still exists.
> Now this is really weird, she posted the admin password on Discuss, and
> invited EVERYONE to become an author! She obviously did not understand
> Strangely, a year after that in 2009, Rubin started another blog, but this
> time with himself as exclusive gatekeeper. Clearly, Rubin understands
> Johny Radio
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