> On Aug 14, 4:05 pm, Ken Quirici <kquir...@yahoo.com> > wrote: > > On Aug 14, 6:04 pm, Gauss163 <gauss...@gmail.com> > wrote: > > > > > On Aug 14, 1:56 am, William Elliot > <ma...@rdrop.remove.com> wrote: > > > > > > Who all would like to have > anewmathdiscussiongroup > > > > sci.math.moderatered or sci.math.mod that would > > > > be a moderatedgroupwith a platform or topic > focus > > > > similar to sci.math'splatforum? > > > > > > If such agroupwas set up, who would be willing > to > > > > be the moderator? > > > > > Far less work than moderation is to make a case > to Musatov's ISPs > > > to terminate his account for widespread prolonged > abuse of sci.math. > > > A thread has been created for this purpose. > Please take a few moments > > > to find some posts that clearly prove Musatov's > abuse at quick glance > > > and post links to this > threadhttp://groups.google.com/group/sci.math/msg/9fba > 42d0453ad6ef > > > > What's to prevent him from spawning equally odious > false > > identities? Moderation will solve any such > problems. > > Is that ignorance or willful ignorance? omega minimo. > Jul-09-09 09:09 > PM ... Here's a quote "The 'Unrecommend' feature > passes through 3 > stages. PretzelWarrior ... > > > A Sceptical I: Breaking my silence to support free > speech > MP ignorant, offensive. Fictional Sceptics #6: Star > Trek (part 1) ... > Quote me by all means, but please attribute it and > don't just paste an > entire article. ... > HTTP://sceptical-i.blogspot.com/.../breaking-my-silenc > e-to-support-free.html > > I HAVE RESPECTED MY OPPONENTS AND DRAWN FAIR > SUPPORTERS.
No you haven't , and you have no supporters that I can tell here. Posting off-topic is not respectful by any means. We have used a format that has worked well for all of us for a while, and you seem to believe we have to srop all we are doing and change our ways to please you. And you want to use your format, benefit from others' feedback, but you choose not to make efforts to adapt to, and work with, others.
And please keep your views on religion and religious posts for some other site. They don't belong in a math site, just like, e.g., my political views would not belong here. Discuss them, challenge them if you want. Just don't do it here.
Or you want to keep benefitting from posting here without making efforts to adapt to others' ways. This is , IMO, the definition of unfairness.