Salsero wrote:Matcha Babe,
If you read Mary R's comments above about anons, she points out that they are almost always
1) frustrated people trying to sign up and wanting to know who to contact about problems,
2) members of the general public who want to know what they did wrong in brewing their tea.
Both are infrequent, but I think both are public services we should offer in the spirit of community.
Sometimes the late-night anons choose to post less benign things (e.g. racist comments). Perhaps that experience has shaped my response unduly. It's true that I haven't seen as much of that sort of thing earlier in the day.
Anyway, Mary's point is a fair one. If it's decided to include anonymous participants on IM, I certainly won't complain.
Edited to add an -s to the word
Sometimes. Grammar nazi? Guilty.