[NetBehaviour] "Happy Lurker"*

Andrew Starodubtsev illucentinfo at gmail.com
Mon Jul 5 21:05:00 CEST 2021

Hello, I've chosen this option: 2. Send an email with "Happy Lurker"* in
the subject header. Many thanks in advance.

On Mon, 5 Jul 2021 at 00:45, Ruth Catlow via NetBehaviour <
netbehaviour at lists.netbehaviour.org> wrote:

> Thanks to everyone who already responded to this topic (about 69-ish so
> far - including 2 unsubscribed) <3  <3  <3
> For those that missed the discussion...
> *We are proposing a Netbehaviour renewal process:*
> Over a 1 month period starting 14th June 2021
> We are inviting all subscribers to do one of 3 things:
> 1. Make a post on any topic or responding to anyone else's post
> 2. Send an email with "Happy Lurker"* in the subject header (to the list
> or privately to me - if you prefer to remain incognito).**
> 3. Do nothing.
> At the end of this time, moderators will
> 1. gather a list of everyone who posted
> 2. update subscribers on a proposal to unsubscribe everyone who hasn't
> posted and
> 3. unsubscribe everyone who we haven't heard from/ or do something else.
> In this way, we get to know new people a little, and are better able to
> see ourselves collectively.
> * It would be embarrassing if this suggested wording were to be taken as a
> literal requirement. Feel free to indicate in any way you like that you
> would like to continue to participate mainly by reading.
> **If you prefer not to say it publicly or privately you can always
> resubscribe.
> Warmly
> Ruth
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Andrew Starodubtsev
DevOps engineer, individual contributor, continuous learner
callto: +380(99)0047245, +443300271545

Many thanks in advance and best regards.
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