• RA_MULTI Echo Rules

    From Moderator@1:3634/12 to All on Wed May 1 00:00:18 2013

    Conference rules for the RA_MULTI echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st and 15th of the month.

    1. The RemoteAccess Multi-Node Sysops Echo (RA_MULTI) is a FidoNet echo
    conference dedicated to sharing technical know-how related to
    running a multi-node RemoteAccess Bulletin Board System. This
    conference covers a wide range of topics as they are related to
    running a multi-node RA system. Topics include but are not limited
    to networking, multitasking, multi-node doors and mailers, and other
    topics as long as they relate directly to the operation of a
    multi-node RA system.

    2. Given the nature of this echo, I am fairly flexible on the context,
    but should I inform anyone that it is getting Off-Topic, I assume
    you will take it serious, drop it, and not force me to take further

    3. * NEW SYSOP HELP *
    When posting a reply to a new RA Sysop regarding Setup or other
    methods, post only author-documented methods. If you use
    un-doccumented methods in your operation of RA, you may state so in
    your message, and advise the recipient that they may request more
    information from you. But do not post such as a definitive answer to
    the sysops request for setup help.

    This echo is for SysOps, and should not generally be available to
    BBS callers. Please use common sense about this.

    5. This echo is not to be gated out of FidoNet without the Moderator's

    6. * BASIC RULES *
    The conference rules are simple. As this is a speciality technical
    echo, participants are expected to be courteous and respectful of
    each other. The discussions should remain on-topic at all times.

    7. Gripes, Flames etc. must be handled via netmail, not in the echo. If
    you wish to file a complaint about someone using the RA_MULTI echo,
    do it via netmail. Complaints posted in the echo will be ignored,
    and considered Off-Topic!!

    8. BBS ads, research questions, flames, product wars, and the like are
    unwelcome here. If you feel that a particular product is better in
    certain applications, please cite actual technical reasons, and
    avoid opinions.

    9. * BOTTOM LINE *
    Enjoy, and learn from each other.
    Please let the moderator take care of problems.

    Mark Lewis, 1:3634/12

    Conference Moderator

    * Origin: (1:3634/12)