charter?? (General Discussion)

charter?? // General Discussion

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Jun 22, 2001, 7:15pm
any rules at all??


sw chris

Jun 22, 2001, 9:55pm
You still have to abide by the NG charter, I believe.

SW Chris

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m a r c u s

Jun 22, 2001, 10:01pm
"charter"?, sounds like we are in a plane or something. We get to follow the
"charter", ooh, ahhh, how cool!!!

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goober king

Jun 22, 2001, 10:55pm
There is no "NG Charter", the only charter in existence is the one specifically for
the Community NG. No other AW NG has a charter whatsoever, because there's never
really been a reason to. Everyone one pretty much stayed on topic, because they all
knew what the topic was. But because "Community" is so vague, it wound up being a
dumping ground for all kinds of idiotic posts. So, AWCom felt it had to create a
charter to help determine exactly what the "topic" for Community should be.

Of course, now that we have a General Discussion NG to dump our idiotic posts in, it
pretty much renders the Community Charter moot. :)

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Goober King
If they have to make a charter for this NG, that would just be sad...
rar1 at


Jun 23, 2001, 5:32pm
Do you really have that address at Because if not - you better change it before you will be reported for abuse to your ISP.


From the Munging FAQ:


4d. How should I NOT mung my address?
(AOLers! Be sure to read Section 5, "Instructions for AOL

- IMPORTANT! Do not make up domain names! Most of them actually
exist, and your fakery could cause them a lot of woe. Certain
domains are already virtually useless because of folks using them
in mungs and forgeries. Plus, new domain names are being added
all the time, and you never know if someone might want to use your
mung; your actions today -do- have an effect on the future! It is
almost as harmful to add something directly after the at sign, and
doing so may not prevent the delivery of messages anyway.
DON'T: yourname at
DON'T: yourname at
DON'T: yourname at your-isp.ORG (instead of COM)
DO: yourname at your-isp.INVALID (Use -only- .INVALID to do this!)

- Do not use a totally faked address, especially one that looks
DON'T: not-your-real-name at

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Jun 24, 2001, 12:22pm
Was wondering who you were replying to. This kid, "marcus" doesn't have the competance to capitalize the first word of all his
sentences much less understand how to properly mung an email.

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