| | Re: CHARTER of alt.cellular.cingular
These types of threats are also ILLEGAL and should be reported to the ISP
and the local Police. They take these types of threats very seriously.
"sw" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Go **** yourself navas. If I ever run into you around the bay area, I
> will smack the living crap out of you. That is one promise I intend on
> In article <email@example.com>,
> John Navas <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> The (silent) majority of responsible people follow the charter,
>> notwithstanding the shill rantings of a minority that take delight in
>> being disruptive. One of the downsides of the Internet is childish
>> conduct that wouldn't be tolerated in face-to-face communications.
>> On Mon, 19 Mar 2007 17:13:16 -0400, "Ned Hamilton" <email@example.com>
>> wrote in <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>> >Just out of curiosity what does a Charter mean for a newsgroup?
>> >There is no way of enforcing it.
>> >People who are going to be ***-holes aren't going to let the charter
>> >Maybe newbees will see it and that will stop some small proportion from
>> >posting FS, etc???
>> >Seems like wishful thinking to me.
>> >"John Navas" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> >> CHARTER:
>> >> This newsgroup is for discussion of topics directly related to
>> >> Cingular
>> >> Wireless service, including voice, data (GPRS as well as GSM), and
>> >> fax.
>> >> Non-commercial For Sale and Want To Buy notices for compatible
>> >> products,
>> >> tagged in the subject line with "FS" and "WTB" respectively (without
>> >> the
>> >> quote symbols), are permitted. All articles must be in plain text
>> >> only,
>> >> in the English language, and human-readable.
>> >> Inappropriate (banned) articles:
>> >> * Off-topic (not directly related to Cingular Wireless service)
>> >> * Binaries (except for appended text-encoded digital signatures)
>> >> * Spam (including excessive cross-posting)
>> >> * Make-money-fast or other chain or fraudulent schemes
>> >> * Work-at-home or other scams
>> >> * Commercial advertisements, "infomercials," or announcements
>> >> * Auction notices (e.g., eBay)
>> >> * Forged articles (anonymous articles are allowed)
>> >> * Personal insults or repetitive flaming (attacks)
>> >> * Employment (help and/or position wanted) notices
>> >> MODERATOR INFO:
>> >> The group is unmoderated.