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etiquette against moderation shares

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Scott
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etiquette against moderation shares

Post by Scott »

Proposal to add our etiquette against moderation shares to "When to address a disruption during the meeting" in the Meeting Leader Guide:
While it's fine if a newcomer mentions that he or she wants to moderate or is trying to do so, a detailed share is triggering and unhelpful to anyone. The leader should interrupt a detailed share about moderation and clarify that CGAA's purpose is abstinence.
michaels
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Joined: Sun Oct 24, 2021 3:15 pm

Re: etiquette against moderation shares

Post by michaels »

Makes sense to me. We read the mission statement at the beginning, so people sharing about moderation know our single purpose is to abstain from gaming, so I don’t think it’s wrong to interrupt them for detailed moderation shares.
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