Address to reach human operator regarding problems with list?

Julian H. Stacey jhs at
Wed May 30 13:10:23 UTC 2012

Hi Matthew  cc questions@ & "Thomas Mueller" <mueller23 at>

> Mailman has an adaptive system that scores you based on how many rejects
> you generate in a certain time period.

I didn't know that, nice :-)

> If you log into mailman at eg.
> you can see your current score.

I'm logged in there,
A page with 2nd line 
	Julian H. Stacey's subscription status, password, and options for the freebsd-questions mailing list. 

I can't find any score. Where is it please ?
	Maybe it might not display if score might be at nill ? 
	(nothing bounced to me lately that I'm aware of).

PS the majordomo example I quoted:
> which suggests
> 	xxx-owner is preferred (at least by majordomo author,
> 	which chronologicaly preceeded mailman), not owner-xxx.

Is not that good an example, as further down in  
it flips to the opposite convention, &
there's samples for lists of form

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