User talk:Leigh Honeywell
Gender gap mailing list
Leigh, after waking up this afternoon trying to get over this blasted cold, I was advised of this on the Gender Gap mailing list.
I unsubbed from the mailing list the other day (the discussion about Arbcom stuff was getting a bit much for my inbox), and re-subbed after being alerted to this post by yourself.
I sent the following email:
I have just been alerted to the thread by Leigh about someone sending invites to a google group in my name.
Just to let you all know that this is not me.
If someone would be kind enough to send me the google group address/link and I will ask google to look at it if there's problems of impersonation, etc.
P.S. Ally if I was ever to start up such a list you would be the first I would invite :)
Only I have found myself on moderation on the mailing list, which I have never been on before.
Can you please approve that message at the earliest convenience, and provide me details of this mailing list so that I can have it looked at by Google if it's required (perhaps forward me one of the invites that was received).
I have also checked my Google account access logs and there is no indication that my Google account has been compromised, so it's someone playing silly bugger.
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