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From: DJ Molny <djmolny at>

Date: Tue, 10 Sep 2002 19:49:00 UTC


  Doug -

Rest easy.  Klein was suggesting that AcroMod subscribers post messages to
the Exploder, not the other way around.  You need not change a thing.

And regardless of which list a post goes to, I ensure that the same content
appears on both lists.  I emphatically agree that we do not need any further
splintering, that's why AcroMod is a mirror of the Exploder.


--- DSowder at wrote:
> In a message dated 9/10/02 8:39:31 AM Pacific Daylight Time, 
> kleing at writes:
> > All,
> > 
> > Would it be too much trouble for those of you subscribing to the
> Moderated 
> > version of the list to post directly to the exploder?  I.e., to 
> > acro at  
> Klein and all,
> I've been subscribed to the Acro mailing list for years, and I'm getting
> too 
> old and cranky to change my ways. I really don't want to subscribe to
> another 
> list (e.g. Acromod). It would be nice if Acromod would just mirror the Acro
> list, protect the sensibilities of those whose sensibilities need
> protecting, 
> but let me see it all and accept any posts that I might make to the Acro 
> list, subject of course to moderation for foul content. At the moment, I'm 
> really not sure exactly how it all works, but being cranky, I don't want to
> spend too much time figuring it out.
> The Aerobatic community is pretty small as it is, and both IAC and the Acro
> list do a real service in sort of keeping us all together. I think that any
> splintering of either is really unfortunate.
> Doug Sowder

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