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- Re: Anyone moderate this group?
- Mark Zenier
April 23, 2007, 5:43 pm
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[note: crossposting was added at previous post]
Lamey Teh Cable Guy <Massive Prongs Mother> wrote:
(Now, where did I put that fscking thing). dig, dig, dig ...
Well, here's one of the versions of the first post to the newsgroup.
Welcome to sci.electronics.design
What's this newsgroup for? Here's the charter and rationale from
the Call For Votes.
"Discussions relevant to the design of electronics circuits."
RATIONALE: sci.electronics.components, sci.electronics.design,
The split proposed here is set up on levels of complexity. In this
field of technology, people look for solutions to problems along these
levels. Someone who is looking for a box that solves their problems is
working at a higher level of detail than someone who is designing a
module (circuit board) and that second person is working at a higher
level than someone looking for a prebuilt integrated circuit that they
need to purchase.
The proposed components group is for questions dealing with individual
parts. Someone working on this level is looking for a specific
function or source or identification for an electronic component.
Postings requesting the identification of an integrated circuit are a
large portion of the current traffic.
The design group is for persons combining components into circuits.
Discussion on design solutions and techniques.
The equipment group is for persons looking for already available
solutions to their problems.
Mark Zenier email@example.com
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Re: Anyone moderate this group?
Thank you. Mark.
Maybe one day the idiots over in alt.usenet.kooks will get it and
stop abusing Usenet.
Top posted, something I rarely do, but seemed appropriate in this
Mark's response to "Lamey" "neimadre" "blu" and whatever other lame
nyms the abusive retard posts under:
On Mon, 23 Apr 2007 17:43:40 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org (Mark Zenier)