[APG Public List] [APG Members] Source Citation study group commencinc soon
clsheets1 at yahoo.com
Thu Jun 10 13:31:06 MDT 2010
It was not my intention to suggest Larry has not been open about the list. I did not understand from his description whether participants would be self-selecting, or he would approve only certain requests to join while deeming other applicants too experienced. I was seeking clarification, and had no intent to criticize Larry.
I suspect there are times when even Elizabeth struggles with understanding a source and figuring out how to best cite it, and I remain bothered by the suggestion that she or anyone else would be "restricted" from joining. But it is Larry's list, and he can do with it as he likes.
--- On Thu, 6/10/10, Craig Kilby <persisto at live.com> wrote:
> I think Larry has been quite public about his goals, and
> how to join his list-serves. I personally don't like the
> yahoo.com part of it, because it is a hassle, and even
> jumping through the hoops for (me) has not been easy. But I
> don't think it is fair to say he has not been completely
> open in answering questions on the APG lists, and he has
> been very forthcoming about his objectives. He has explained
> them all most clearly. It may not suit everyone (including
> me) but so be it. I am always glad to learn of new
> On Jun 10, 2010, at 1:11 PM, Connie Sheets wrote:
> > [I apologize in advance if I'm cross posting to the
> wrong lists; I've lost track of what was posted where].
> > Larry,
> > Could you please respond to Elizabeth's question
> publicly? In addition, could you let us know how you
> plan to distinguish those who are allowed to join your list
> vs. those who are not?
> > Although I have little time to participate in another
> group, I might be interested if I could be assured that
> authors of relevant books or articles, and anyone else who
> is willing to serve in a mentor role, are available to
> answer questions or offer relevant comments at all times.
> > I have little interest in a group that would restrict
> membership, particularly when I've not seen a description of
> how you plan to decide who is able to join and who is
> not. If your intent is to allow individuals like
> Elizabeth to participate only on certain occasions, I'm not
> comfortable with that, as it could easily lead to loss of
> context for all involved.
> > I do like Linda's idea of a Google Wave experiment.
> > Connie Sheets
> > Arizona
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