|Subject:||A little note about the proposed ABM FAQ...|
|Date:||Tue, 10 Aug 2004 20:44:51 -0400|
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It occurred to me that I ought to say something about it here because the
proposal includes reference to this group as follows:
What if I really want to post more than the daily limits allow?
Distribute the posts over multiple days so that the total for each day
doesn't exceed the limit.
If that still doesn't suit you, then please take your post to another group
that welcomes large volume posting. One possibility would be
alt.binaries.models.repost (a.b.m.r.), which was created for the express
purpose of handling large volume posts and reposts not suitable for this
What is the repost group?
alt.binaries.models.repost (a.b.m.r.) was created early in 2004 for the
purpose of handling large volume full collection posts and reposts not
suitable for this group. It continues to be available for that purpose.
However, a.b.m.r. has also developed its own culture independent of this
group and should not be considered subordinate to a.b.m. in any way. It is
not governed by this F.A.Q. except that the topic rules apply there too.
Please be respectful of its own ways of doing things should you choose to
The discussion period for the proposed FAQ continues through this Friday and
can be found under the subject:
ATT: Group - Proposal for Discussion - FAQ Rewrite
The full text of the proposed FAQ is included in a response to that post.
Please feel free to add your own comments.