QUOTE(everyking @ Wed 18th February 2009, 1:43am)
I hope we see some more updates soon, because it's been five or six days since anything was posted, and none of what's gone up so far is remotely interesting. Kelly, if you don't have time to publish all of the e-mails, please feel free to just skip past the inconsequential stuff.
That was probably too much work.
ArbComm had no problem with publication of the EEML mailing list archive, apparently hacked or revealed by a mole, and with pouring over it to find salacious tidbits and rotting trouts with which to whack subscribers. Turnabout is fair play....
The whole thing should have been put up, to be useful. And then anyone could look over it for the juicy bits, as ArbComm did with the EEML list, probably breaking the law as they did it. Recently, didn't an arbitrator claim that arbitrators did not make accusations? There was a blatant counterexample.