Fighting for freerecyling

Why should a group be delisted and/or replaced?

I have posted about several groups that have or are threatened with replacement with shadow or “astroturf” groups. In principle there is absolutely nothing wrong with replacing a group. There are some very valid reasons, including for example an “owner” that no longer exists or is no longer contactable.

What is really important to understand about some of these recent postings is that these groups themselves feel, and mostly can justify, that they have not and do not contravene any TFN rules or guidelines. Their biggest sin for some may simply have been asking a difficult question more than once, since it is quite common for the first time to go unanswered.

July 3, 2007 - Posted by | freecycle

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