Splitting the list
Sat, 2 Jan 1999 15:25:00 -0600 (CST)
Tril -- Your forgetting one thing. We *need* one list that contains all of
them, thats how every split mailing list I've ever seen works. Thats not
hard either, just create firstname.lastname@example.org and add it to all the other
On Sat, 2 Jan 1999, Tril wrote:
> On Fri, 1 Jan 1999, Tril wrote:
> > email@example.com Announcements (moderated)
> > firstname.lastname@example.org URLs of relevant papers and sites
> > email@example.com Comparing and critiqing languages/systems
> > firstname.lastname@example.org Peer review of proposed specs
> > email@example.com Everything else
> After discussion on IRC, tunes-links and reviews were combined together.
> The current list of lists is:
> 1. tunes TUNES General Discussion and coordination
> 2. tunes-lll Low-level platform-specific implementation
> 3. unios UniOS Specific Discussion [NEW]
> 4. tunes-announce TUNES Project Announcements [NEW]
> 5. tunes-specs TUNES Specifications Discussion [NEW]
> 6. review OS, Language Review (links and discussion) [NEW]
> 7. firstname.lastname@example.org The old UniOS List
> Everyone who was on 7 is now on 1-6.
> (UniOS members added to all tunes lists)
> Everyone who was on 1 is now on 4-6.
> (tunes list subscribers added to new tunes lists)
> For information on subscribing or unsubscribing, see:
> http://www2.tunes.org/cgi-bin/list-control. This will allow you to add or
> drop lists (one at a time) from the web, or explain how to do it through
> UniOS members: I recommend you read recent TUNES archives:
> http://www2.tunes.org/cgi-bin/wilma/tunes ...click Browse, then choose
> this month, or last month. Messages within a month are oldest first!!!
> Old UniOS list archives are not yet available on the TUNES server; you may
> still read them at http://www.onelist.com/archives.cgi/unios
> Please send me any questions or comments about TUNES mailing lists. I
> hope this arrangement makes sense, but if not, email me, and I will
> clarify the details.
> David Manifold <email@example.com>
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