Posted by alexandra_k on May 28, 2005, at 17:30:52
In reply to Actually, reread the FAQ... » gardenergirl, posted by 10derHeart on May 28, 2005, at 17:26:01
> There is nothing banning A from posting to B, even after A has requested B not post to A.
> However, as you said, B is then allowed to reply without having committed any sort of infraction. But, I think I took this to mean B can reply to ONLY that post.
Yup. If A does direct a post B's way then B has a right of response to that post (but only that post).
>But then, what if A replies to B's reply....can B keep on replying?
I think B has a right of response (maybe only 1 response??) to each post that A directs B's way.
>Does it rescind the DNP forever the first time A posts to B?
I don't think so.
I think that to rescind it A actually has to post something saying that it is rescinded.
> To me, the wording almost suggests it's not only fine, but encouraged for A to post to B after a DNP request to B, as this would lead to a possibility of an affirmative rescinding of the DNP, which seems to be the desired outcome.
Yeah. Thats happened with me before.
Thats just my understanding.
I'm a little unclear on precisely what counts as a response that it directed to B.
Still, I suppose B just has to try and be as 'vague' about 'replying' as A was about 'adressing' their post...
But maybe I have things a bit wrong...