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[nafex] Re: Yahoo terms of serive

   I have issues/questions with moving NAFEX to its own listserv:

   1) Would our own listserv have a Web interface for reading 
messages?  - Currently (although I still have a digest sent to my 
email) I read the messages for NAFEX on the Web almost exclusively.

   2) How would we get/transfer the archive, (which has now become a 
useful resource)?

     I participate in other groups on Yahoo Groups, which means I 
would have go to two different places to get all my messages (I would 
find this somewhat annoying.)

Chris Mauchline
SE PA, zone 6

--- In nafex@y..., Thomas Olenio <tolenio@s...> wrote:
> Hi,
> I mentioned this once before, and I will again at this time.
> There is no reason that I know of why the NAFEX egroup could not be 
> directly from the WWW.NAFEX.ORG server.
> There is FREE egroup software (majordomo, cgi and perl scripts) all 
> the web, we already maintain the NAFEX web page and domain name, 
and an
> egroup with archives could be set up in very short order.
> Once in place however, there are those that would argue terms of 
> for another decade and still not agree.
> So there are options, just no concensus.  But then if NAFEX 
> their own egroup, on their own site, the NAFEX board of directors 
> set the terms, and you either join or take a hike.
> Plenty of options out there.  Just need cooperation and inspiration.
> Possibly the NAFEX web master, and the NAFEX egroup moderator could
> address the possibility of such a NAFEX controlled egroup.  We are 
> nine tenths of the way there.
> Regards,
> Tom
> --
> Thomas Olenio
> Ontario, Hardiness Zone 6a
> On Mon, 29 Jan 2001, Fluffy Bunny wrote:
> > Dan wrote:
> > 
> > Due to the takeover of e-groups by Yahoo and the  (apparent) 
erosioin of 
> > NAFEX control of terms of service and our discussion, I have 
decided to 
> > (attempt to) unsubscribe.
> > 
> > My reply:
> > 
> > What are the issues.  (I don't have "net" access or I would 
look.   For
> > those who are curious I get my messages from a VPN that does not 
> > any Internet access at all).   I presume the disclose our E-mails 
and via
> > links to our ISP tracking number tie it to your real address via 
> > monthly method of payment?
> > 
> > TFB
> > 
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