Any interest in alt.os.cygwin32?
Wed Aug 5 12:17:00 GMT 1998
>actually followed through and made it a reality. Can I make a suggestion?
>If you or some other person or persons are interested in having cygwin32
>in some kind of news group, how about sending a message to this list
>proposing its discussion off-line, in some other list (perhaps one even as
>simple as one you make and publish yourself)? The reason I suggest this is
Steve Morris <email@example.com> wrote in some other thread:
>If the list is small (< 30 people) I would be glad to maintain a list for such
>a discussion. The reason it can only be a small list is that I don't run list
>servers and I would have to maintain the list by hand. (I basically run raw
I could contribute such a mailing list running on my system using
majordomo. Unfortunately I poll my ISP only twice a day which would
cause the list to be rather slow. But if the demand is *very* high I
could set it up on a machine in my ISPs backbone that's connected with
the net 24 hours a day.
Disclaimer: I would contribute the technical equipment for discussion
about creating a newsgroup but I'm not volunteering for the
administrative task of creating that group. ;)
So is there any need for this?
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