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[school-discuss] Re: [IIEP] Project: Chief Adejumo - contact person needed
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- Subject: [school-discuss] Re: [IIEP] Project: Chief Adejumo - contact person needed
- From: "Dr. Robert G. Rittenhouse" <rob@CS1.MCM.EDU>
- Date: Fri, 6 Aug 2004 10:35:05 -0500
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Pamela McLean wrote:
I like this idea. Sorry for the delay in responding
Are a and b easily linked,(so you don't have to duplicate any time spent
on thinking if you want to read more of something and then finding it to
I wonder if the digest something that is generated tomatically (in which
case it would be great, and for other lists too) or does it needs a person?
Perhaps the way of dealing with this is with a mailing list that
a) sends a once a day / week digest to those that elect to receive it
instead of getting all mails; and
b) keep copies of postings on a bulletin board so that those who don't
wish to get lots of mail can scan messages at will.
This depends on the software being used. Mailman
(http://www.gnu.org/software/mailman/index.html ) does both of these.
(This is what we use so I may be of some help here).
Dr. Robert G. Rittenhouse, Chair
Department of Computer Science
McMurry University, Abilene, TX 79697-0968