Ok, let's slow down here, Someone seems to be having a really bad day.
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I think We can all agree that the subject line should have been changed a long time back. While this may be true pointing fingers now does no good and will just clutter up the list.
And let's leave names out of it, The former list owner wouldn't have liked this thread any better than i do.
On 8/27/2020 1:23 AM, joseph hudson wrote:
Yes while I agree I still think that the subject line should've still been changed especially if they were going to start talking about you. I hate to say it but half of this group is lazy and chooses not to change the subject lines when they should be changed and it was just quite getting annoying. This group used to be a really good group and change things when Carlos or a Moderator by the name of Jean used to ask. But now it's like all that mess is gone by the wayside but oh well. I guess I'll become the groups permanent subject line changer.
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On Aug 27, 2020, at 12:18 AM, Brian Vogel <email@example.com> wrote:
I dislike "the curtains not matching the carpet" just as much as you do, but thread drift happens, and in this case the original topic was exhausted long before complaints about me began. I find the lack of topic changing to occur far more frequently in some quarters than others. I routinely split, and re-title, topics on a number of groups I moderate when individuals don't do that themselves and there's a "real topic" in my opinion that should be spun off.
When topics where the original question has been answered, but it then starts to drift "at random" I don't.
Some groups are also a lot more strict about topic focus than others. This one appears to be fairly wide-ranging from what I've observed.
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