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[liberationtech] Thank You

Nathan of Guardian nathan at
Thu Feb 23 23:16:24 PST 2017

What a Long, Strange Trip It's Been.... 

Thanks, Yosem, for all the attempts at community building on such a
broad issue, and the unforgiving moderation work!


On Thu, Feb 23, 2017, at 07:46 PM, Yosem Companys wrote:
> Dear List Subscribers,
> As of today, I have ceased to be a moderator of all Stanford
> Liberationtech
> lists.
> I feel like Superman when he loses his powers, except I hope the ending
> is
> more like this:
> Just kidding. :)
> On a more serious note, I want to thank all of you for a wonderful 9
> years
> of discussions about Liberationtech issues.
> I also want to thank you all for the arguing and jousting and name
> calling
> and... No, seriously, you were all great. I rarely had to step in to
> moderate.
> Although I know some disagreed with my moderation style of letting every
> message through and only permanently moderating those who were extremely
> disruptive, I feel proud that the list always tried to ensure unfettered
> freedom of expression.
> We now have approximately 4K members from around the world working to
> make
> the world a better place.
> I am not leaving, so this is not goodbye. It's more like, "see you
> later."
> I'll now be a regular member and as such be able to participate much more
> freely in discussions than I was able to do when I was a moderator.
> Take care, everyone, and keep up the good fight to protect pro-democracy
> activists fighting against authoritarian regimes.
> Best,
> Yosem
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  Nathan of Guardian
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