Friends,
I'm looking for models of moderating blog comments. Have any of you good people out there written your own guidelines for commenters, or written a description of your own guidelines for moderating comments? Or have you read others' that you would recommend? My own initial thoughts on moderating comments are here: Moderating as Clerking. However, I think I'd rather find a more universal Quaker version, if there is one. Any Meetings out there have an Advices and Queries on commenting/moderating on social media?  

Thanks,

Susanne 

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Here are my very initial instructions on commenting, mostly about technology but partly about my guidelines: http://robinmsf.blogspot.com/2005/08/how-to-comment.html

Here is a post where I gave more pointed guidelines in the middle of one of the best ever comment streams on my blog:  http://robinmsf.blogspot.com/2007/07/two-convergent-events-in-calif...

I use the oldfashioned spam filter captcha, but I don't moderate in advance. It really hasn't been necessary for me.

Here is a more thorough policy from a Presbyterian friend I admire http://reyes-chow.com/about/my-comments-policy/ 

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