[Coral-List] Coral List topics and length
sealab at earthlink.net
Fri Jul 5 17:58:06 UTC 2019
All this is easily remedied via the delete button. The moderators do a great job as it is.
As far as discussing religion and politics on list, it is likely that we have all been schooled in the associated social improprieties, however from time to time these topics do have a way of entering into polite public discourse. The most recent post on list that appears to relate to your concerns was artfully presented, pertinent and certainly thought provoking. It was a bit lengthy, but then again no one here was required to take the time to consider all its tenets. As for climate change,I agree that enough is enough, so let’s do something about it!
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> On Jul 4, 2019, at 10:52 AM, John Ware via Coral-List <coral-list at coral.aoml.noaa.gov> wrote:
> Dear List,
> The following is copied from Coral List website:
> *The purpose of the Coral-List listserver is to provide a forum for Internet discussions and announcements pertaining to coral reef ecosystem research, conservation, and education.*
> This is followed by a list of appropriate subjects. While there are no restrictions, I do not see religion or politics on the list.
> Also, I seem to recall that, a few years ago, there was a suggestion that contributions to the list were becoming too long and perhaps contributors should consider limiting their inputs to 200 words or so.
> Am I the only one who is tired of seeing the same 4 or 5 people writing to each other on topics that do not seem to fall into the purpose of the list and are way, way, way too long??
> I know that the Coral List is not restricted in topics and/or length and I know climate change affects reefs, but, in my opinion, enough is enough!!
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