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From sebb <seb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [OT] - Can anyone add me to the Shiro mailing list?
Date Wed, 10 Sep 2014 17:00:45 GMT
On 9 September 2014 20:52, Konrad Zuse <thekonradzuse@hotmail.com> wrote:
> I'm sorry to bother the "Commons Users List" but is it possible for someone to add me
to the Shiro Mailing list? I have been having issues getting the email confirmation to work,
for some reason it worked for this one, which I'm glad; however after trying it again, Shiro
is still not working for me it seems.  I tried all of the methods on the email, and even tried
posting in the users forum, but nothing....
>
> If someone could add me I would greatly appreciate it, thank you.

Only a moderator for the Shiro mailing list in question can do
anything other than what you can do yourself.
They are unlikely to be found here.

Are you sure that you are sending the mail to

user-subscribe@shiro.apache.org

And are you sure that you are sending plain text?
And have you checked your SPAM folder for the confirmation request?
And have you replied to the confirmation request?

You can also raise a bug request with Shiro.

>> Date: Mon, 8 Sep 2014 18:24:59 +0100
>> From: markt@apache.org
>> To: user@commons.apache.org
>> Subject: [OT] Re: [fileupload] - Question about uploading additional files other
than the ones in the form?
>>
>> On 08/09/2014 18:06, Dave Newton wrote:
>> > On Sun, Sep 7, 2014 at 12:55 PM, Mark Thomas <markt@apache.org> wrote:
>> >
>> >> [...] banned from the Tomcat users mailing list [...]
>> >
>> >
>> > Is there official Apache precedence for this? I tried that on the S2 list
>> > and it didn't take.
>>
>> Technically, unsub them from user@ and sub them to user-deny@. If that
>> doesn't work, contact infra.
>>
>> There isn't an official position on how to handle this sort of issue as
>> far as I know. It is left to the community to decide.
>>
>> I've seen it happen a few times. In each case the banned person ignored
>> repeated requests both privately and publicly to correct their
>> behaviour, they were warned would would happen if they continued, they
>> continued so the community banned them.
>>
>> In theory you could have a moderator get all dictatorial and start
>> banning people for trivial stuff. In that case I'd expect the community
>> to step in and deal with the moderator.
>>
>> Unless the community got very disfunctional, I don't see the board
>> getting involved at all. I will say in all the cases I am aware of the
>> project did include a note in their next board report as it was viewed
>> as an unusual enough action to highlight to the board. The board
>> response in all cases was "Fine. Carry on."
>>
>> If you have a determined troll then blocking them from the mailing list
>> is unlikely to be effective. On the other hand, blocking an idiot takes
>> less effort than creating a new e-mail account and subscribing to the
>> mailing list so that is a game I'm happy to play if necessary.
>>
>> HTH,
>>
>> Mark
>>
>>
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