>>>> How much trouble would it be to have a
>> "rotating" group of say 2-4 moderators. I'd volunteer under those
>>>> Michael L. Perdue, Ph.D.
>> Athens, Georgia 30605
>> Ph: 706-546-3435
>> Fx: 706-546-3161
>>mperdue at asrr.arsusda.gov>>>>>>We can set our software up to allow multiple moderators. Someone
>should be listed as the lead moderator and this also means that the
>group has to coordinate carefully among themselves and us so that
>messages don't fall between the cracks when the baton is passed. We
>can set things up so that all moderators get all messages and you
>decide where the break is made, or we can very easily reroute the
>message flow to just a single individual at a time. This means that
>nothing would fall through the cracks as long as the next moderator in
>line is clear that it is his/her turn.
> Dave Kristofferson
> BIOSCI/bionet Manager
I'm interested in some moderation, and would be willing to invest some time.
Program in Immunology
Washington University - St Louis
brett at borcim.wustl.edu
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