4 Feb 2011 02:20
Re: Is this now Egypt?
Jay Garcia <Jay <at> JayNOSPAMGarcia.com>
2011-02-04 01:20:07 GMT
2011-02-04 01:20:07 GMT
On 03.02.2011 08:11, Mike Easter wrote: --- Original Message --- > Andrew DeFaria wrote: > >> I see a response from Jay Garcia to the "FF fails where Chrome >> succeeds" and his post was removed: > > I would say 'hidden' (or expired). It is much easier to hide messages > (change their accessibility) on a news server than 'remove' them. Gmane > has a useful discussion about how it goes about expiring messages (with > expiry headers) by hiding them rather than removing them. > >> newsgroup server responded:*no such article in group* > > That message must have been obtained by your seeing the message header > and then clicking on it to display it. That message's header does not > show up in my Tbird or OE in either .general or firefox support, which > is how it was crossposted (without f/up to .general). > >> Perhaps the article has expired > >> <fa2dnYThAcL6vdfQnZ2dnUVZ_hOdnZ2d <at> mozilla.org> (28688) > > OE has much better ability to access a message by mid than does Tbird. > And GG's ability to access a message by mid is extremely deprecated > compared to how it was in 'the old days'. For example, I can't get that > message from GG by using the MID; however/altho' GG has it. > > I'm not going to post the GG link to the message because I don't think > that the moderation should be 'defeated'. I accept the moderation as is. > Jay didn't say anything in the message to be discussed anyway. > > Maybe it was 'deleted' (hidden/expired) because it was crossposted to a > firefox support group in addition to .general. > >> Click here to remove all expired articles >> <news://news.mozilla.org/mozilla.general?list-ids> > > That functions to clean up your view to keep you from clicking on the > message header which message is not available to be viewed. > >> Maybe this post will explode too! Who knows. It's like we're in Egypt >> where the non-benevolent dictator can and will take swipes at people >> randomly... > > I would say that the moderator doesn't feel that discussing moderation > is appropriate - especially in a support group; a concept with which I > agree even tho' some others here don't. > > > My post was cancelled by ChrisI because I was WARNED that my OT's had exceeded some limit and further OT's would be cancelled. I complained "up the ladder" on more than one occasion but obviously fell on deaf ears and is therefore condoned to CANCEL posts. We're going to see what Mozilla Legal has to say about it next. -- -- *Jay Garcia - Netscape/Flock Champion* www.ufaq.org Netscape - Firefox - SeaMonkey - Flock - Thunderbird *DISCLAIMER: I have no authority here, therefore all replies other than factual support answers are my opinions only.*