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Re: Amalgamate our lists?

Hi Bruce,

we do have several lists - we've been doing a bit of cross-posting
recently (naughty!) so they're showing up more.

cbtechnical is a list for techie discussions - everyone who is subbed
to that ought also to be subbed to computerbank general. Then there's
a cbsupport list, for people to discuss usage questions - ask for
help, exchange tips &c. computerbank general is for meeting
announcements, website update announcements, open policy discussions,
that sort of thing.

We're really supposed to keep the discussions separate, but you can
subscribe to the other lists if you want - the subbing details are on
the website.


On Tue, 12 Dec 2000, Bruce McCubbery wrote:
>Hi Grant,
>I've been wondering over time why I seem to know only some things from this
>mailing list, but see you also sent your messages today to another
>Computerbank list than the one I'm on. I certainly wouldn't understand
>anything technical but I'd still like to be aware of what is being
>discussed on it -- amongst everything else, I could learn more people's
>names and know of their enthusiasm and activities.
>>From: Grant Diffey <nevyn@wow64.org>
>>To: CBV General List <computerbank@lists.linux.org.au>,
>>        Computerbank Technical List <cbtechnical@lists.linux.org.au>
>>Subject: Hold on the BP demo...
>I think everyone could make up their mind about what to delete and what not
>and suggest both lists be amalgamated for better overall communication and
>an increased general awareness among us about all of Computerbank's
>If we talk about amalgamating all of our lists, are there others?
>Regards, Bruce
>ComputerBank Australia -- http://www.computerbank.org.au/
Trish Fraser, Sunbury, Australia
ComputerBank Australia -- http://www.computerbank.org.au/