Elimination of White Lists

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Post by Jon Seattle »

The house where CSDF meetings are held is open at all times. It has never had a restriction field. "Red House" (named after designer William Morris' historic house) is owned by myself and Moon. We welcome everyone.

In addition CSDF's regular meetings are [b:1t7w7hjz]open[/b:1t7w7hjz] to non-CSDF members and we publish the transcripts in the forum. We have had many visitors from other parties at our meetings. Our last meeting had a visitor from another party who spent some time discussing various issues.

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[quote="Jon Seattle":1m3aqm0z]The house where CSDF meetings are held is open at all times. It has never had a restriction field. "Red House" (named after designer William Morris' historic house) is owned by myself and Moon. We welcome everyone.

In addition CSDF's regular meetings are [b:1m3aqm0z]open[/b:1m3aqm0z] to non-CSDF members and we publish the transcripts in the forum. We have had many visitors from other parties at our meetings. Our last meeting had a visitor from another party who spent some time discussing various issues.[/quote:1m3aqm0z]

My mistake. I apologize. I have tried to determine who owns the house that has the white field around it. I thought it was Moon. I might be wrong about this, too.

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Those Horid Red Lines Are Back-k-k !!

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Recently while flying over the valey in Neufreidstadt i bounced off ban lines agian. I genraly don't expect them remain long, someone more tactfull genraly takes the Noob aside and tells them that white list are RUDE, POINTLESS, & FUITLE or the hypersentsitive person gets ofended and leaves, genraly leaving up the red lines to force somone to buy the lot quickly :roll: , nevertheless their has never been a time in my experence when some stupid noob somewhere in CDS hasen't put up ban lines somewhere. If their is any inworld isue that woud entice me to Join a Faction it woud be to enact a ban on white list! And if they become comon I will sell my property and leave :!:

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Post by Delia Lake »

I also do not understand why anyone in NFS would put up those strips that prohibit other people from walking or flying through their property. I can understand it on a mainland sim where the settlements are haphazard, but not here where we are supposed to be a community. i find it to be unneighborly and offensive.

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What happened to this rule? Is it still being looked into?

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Post by Patroklus Murakami »

I think it was voted down at one of the last RA meetings of the previous legislative session. There was further discussion about this elsewhere on the forums, I'll post a link later if I can find it.

Despite my call of 'hear, hear' earlier on in this discussion I think this is best sorted out by neighbours talking to each other and developing community standards by discussion rather than by legislation. I had a similar incident with a neighbour on the mainland, it only took one IM to get them to put me on their white list. Now that we have a CDS group it should be even easier for people to enjoy their privacy while not affecting other CDS citizens.

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Post by Claude Desmoulins »

As I recall, previous RA discussions had this gist. Essentially, let's not legislate thing unless we have to. We've had, to my knowledge,two events of this kind in four or five months. The first was resolved when the resident learned there were other ways than the whitelist to get the security he wanted. Hopefully this can be resolved similarly.

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