[Mailman-Users] Another list for list-admins?
fred at bytesforall.org
Sat Apr 27 18:41:54 CEST 2002
Great! I'd like to be part of that list. If I could help in any way
(including volunteering time), let me know.
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Frederick Noronha * Freelance Journalist * Goa * India 832.409490 / 409783
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On Sat, 27 Apr 2002, Norbert Bollow wrote:
> Frederick Noronha <fred at bytesforall.org> wrote:
> > This list seems to be more of a technical list for people setting-up and
> > maintaining Mailman. Is there some list where non-tech people like me
> > could share simple ideas on how to get the most of Mailman's features?
> I'm pretty sure that there's no such list (specific to Mailman)
> yet, so I'm creating one.... it'll get its own domain name
> listowner.org and it'll have a policy that through the act of
> posting, contributions are placed under GNU Free Documentation
> License (so that it will possible to use posted texts e.g. in a
> "Mailman List-Owner's Manual").
> Greetings, Norbert.
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