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On Sun, 1 Apr 2018 18:06:38 +0800, Bret Busby wrote:
>I therefore request that Ubuntu, or, its owner, Canonical, give
>consideration to putting this list on moderation until further notice,
>and that no messages that contain any denigrations, or derogatory
>comments, about any poster, be allowed.

Take a look at

https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-users

1. "For more information and guidelines please see the FAQ -
   https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuUsersListFAQ , there you'll
   find: "What is the mailing list etiquette?
   The mailinglists etiquette for all official Ubuntu mailing lists."
   
   So take a look at https://community.ubuntu.com/t/mailing-lists/710 :
   
   "Fundamental aspects of the Code of Conduct relevant to mailing
   lists include:

    Be considerate
    Be respectful
    Be collaborative
    When you disagree, consult others
    When you are unsure, ask for help
    Step down considerately"

   Perhaps some of those points belong to your behaviour in the first
   place. For example is it respectful to claim the Firefox developers
   have sabotaged Firefox? Is it collaborative to provide incomplete
   information?

2. "ubuntu-users list run by uob at tutanota.com, lists at avi.co,
   jrnorris at gmail.com, kogorman at gmail.com"

   It's time intensive to put a whole list under moderation. Who should
   moderate all the traffic? Consider to request, to set the moderation
   bit on posts sent from you. If you would start to ask smart 
   questions, see http://www.catb.org/esr/faqs/smart-questions.html , 
   we don't need to be harsh. Being harsh, because you are unrespectful,
   doesn't mean that we are unrespectful, too.

Regards,
Ralf