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[email protected]

A moderated list for Intel 80386 topics, including hardware and software
questions, reviews, rumors, etc. Open to owners, users, prospective users,
and the merely curious.

Archives are available via an electronic mail server. Details about its
use can be obtained by sending a request to [email protected].

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

List Maintainer: James Galvin
List Moderator: Bill Davidsen


3COM-L%[email protected]
3COM-L on [email protected]

3Com User Interest Group Discussion List

3COM-L: This mailing list is to discuss 3Com products, such as 3+ Network,
3+Open LAN Manager, 3+Open TCP, 3+/3+Open Mail, NDIS, MultiConnect
Repeater, LanScanner, 3Com Ethernet Cards etc.

To subscribe, send the following command to one of the addresses above:

SUBSCRIBE 3COM-L your_full_name.

Archives of 3COM-L discussions can be listed by sending the command
INDEX 3COM-L to [email protected]


Owner: Chandra Liem


[email protected]
3D%[email protected]
3D%BFMNY0%[email protected]

An unmoderated list for discussing 3-D (Stereo) photography. Topics
include tips, techniques, reviews, general information, war stories, and
event announcements. Open to everyone interested in 3-D, including
photographers, collectors, and those who want to know more about 3-D.

No formal archive facility is in place for 3D yet but all submissions will
be archived privately and something may be set up later.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Tom Neff <[email protected]>


9370-L%[email protected]

Discussion of topics specific to the IBM 9370 family and the VM/IS
packaging system, and the special opportunities/problems of those products.

To subscribe send the following command to LISTSERV@HEARN (non-BitNet users
send mail to LISTSERV%[email protected] with the command in the
message body):
SUBSCRIBE 9370-L Your_Full_Name
where Your_Full_Name is your real name, not your userid.
To unsubscribe, send:
UNSUBSCRIBE 9370-L

Coordinator: Rob van Hoboken

9NOV89-L%[email protected]

Mailing list for whoever may attach a meaning to the date of 9.11.1989 (or
89-11-09, or 11/9/89). Unfortunately the people living in the German
Democratic Republic will not be able to participate in this discussion,
because they are not (yet?) on this network. The list name reflects the
most important event in the recent German history, but it can't and
shouldn't be seen isolated from what happened, and is now happening, in
Poland, the USSR, and Hungary before. And yes, dear Joe Techno, all this
will influence even such important things as our networks.

To subscribe, send a message to LISTSERV@UTDALLAS (BitNet) or
LISTSERV%[email protected] (Internet) with the following
command in the body (text) of the message:
SUB 9NOV89-L your_full_name
where "your_full_name" is your real name, not your login Id.
(Example: SUB 9NOV89-L Jane Doe)

Coordinator: Thomas Habernoll

[email protected] - Works of Anne Rice

A list has been created for the discussion of the works of Anne Rice.
The address is [email protected].

To subscribe, send a request to [email protected].

Coordinator:
GABRIELLE DE LIONCOURT

[email protected]

Digest for discussion of the Automated AUTODIN Interface system. The AAI
system is a series of programs that interface a data processing
installation (DPI) with an AUTODIN switching center. This digest will
provide information to the user community and other personnel interested in
the developments/enhancements and implementation thereof.

The AAI-Digests (and past AAI-Digest files contained in the Archive
directory) are organized by Volume # and Issue #. Information was
informally disseminated prior to the initiation of the AAI digest, and
those newsletters stored in the aai account Archive directory can be
requested by reference to month and year.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Jo Ann M. Bohnenstiehl
Carol McDonald

ACADV%[email protected]

ACADV is a private forum for those engaged in the delivery of academic
advising services in higher education; it is primarily for professional
advisors (those employed in the field of academic advising) and for faculty
members who have academic advising responsibilities, rather than for
computer support personnel.

Individuals in the field of academic advising may subscribe to the forum by
sending the following message to LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 interactively:
SUB ACADV your_full_name
where "your_full_name" is your real name, not your login Id.
(Example: SUB ACADV John R. Doe)
Non-BitNet advisors can subscribe by sending the above command as the
text/body of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Monthly notebooks are maintained and may be retrieved by any member of the
forum by sending the command:
INDEX ACADV

Coordinator: Dr. Harold L. Caldwell
<00HLCALDWELL%[email protected]>
ACSOFT-L%[email protected]
ACSOFT-L@WUVMD Academic Software Development

This list is for discussing all aspects of academic software development.

Some topics for discussion are:

Courseware development
Research tool development
Institutional policies regarding development & use
Development practices
Available resources (including grant sources)
Design techniques
Faculty acceptance of courseware
Role played by development in the faculty reward system
Support policies
Reviews

Types of academic software include:

Simulations
Authoring techniques
Hypermedia
Immersion learning environments
Interactive learning
Drills

To subscribe send an interactive message or mail to LISTSERV@WUVMD
(LISTSRV%[email protected], for Internet users)
containing SUB ACSOFT-L FirstName LastName. ========

Please do NOT send these commands to the list address ACSOFT-L@WUVMD.
Doing so will cause your request to be broadcast to all subscribers
and will not cause your name to be added to the list.

Comments and questions should be directed to:
ListOwner: Timothy Bergeron, [email protected]
ListMaster: Steve Middlebrook, [email protected]


ACTNOW-L on [email protected]


This article is an announcement of the creation of a new LISTSERV
list at BrownVM, the College Activism/Information list (ACTNOW-L).

To subscribe to this list, send the command,

SUBSCRIBE ACTNOW-L /
(for example, SUBSCRIBE ACTNOW-L John Q. Public / The University at Anytown)

to the LISTSERV machine at BrownVM. Be certain to send the command
from the same account which you will normally be submitting articles
from.

If you have questions about the list, please address them via
electronic mail to one or more of the following network addresses:

[email protected] (ST701852@BROWNVM on BITNET)
[email protected] (atropos@DRYCAS on BITNET)



[email protected]

A mailing list for those who in accessing and contributing software to the
Ada Repository on SIMTEL20; it serves two purposes: to provide an
information exchange medium between the repository users and to mail
repository submissions to the Coordinator for inclusion in the archives.

Mail archives are kept on host WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL as TOPS20 mail files
named yymm.n-TXT, where n starts with one and increments by one into
another file as each file reached 150 disk pages. To conserve disk space,
all the mail files in the archive, except for the current year, are
individually compressed. The compressed files have the suffix -Z as part
of the filetype field; they should be renamed to have the suffix .Z
(uppercase Z) when transfered to a Unix system so the uncompress program
will find them. The current month's mail is still kept in
ADA-SW-ARCHIV.TXT. The archives are stored in directory:
PD2:
Archive files are available via ANONYMOUS FTP from WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL
for those with TCP/IP access to the Internet.

The Ada Repository is divided into several subdirectories. These
directories are organized by topic, and their names and a brief overview of
their topics are contained in file PD:DIRLIST.DOC.

FILE CONTENTS

PD2:*.* The top-level directory. The names of the
subdirectories (ADA.directory) can be seen here. The listing
of all files in all subdirectories (PD2:ADA.CRCLST) is
stored here. Also, file FILEUSE.DOC, which contains a
listing of all files in the repository, ordered by frequency
of use (popularity), is contained here.

PD2:AAREAD.ME Overview of Repository
ADAREPOS.DOC More Overview
FTP.DOC How to Use FTP and Other Info
MLIST.DOC About the ADA-SW Mailing List
DIRLIST.DOC Summary of ADA Directories
TAPEDIST.DOC Acquiring Magtape of Repository

PD2:*.* Artificial Intelligence programs
PD2:*.* ANSI Ada Language Reference Manual (LRM)
PD2:*.* Ada compiler benchmarks
PD2:*.* Files used in maintenance of Ada Repository
PD2:*.* Software for analysis of groups of programs
to determine proper compilation order
PD2:*.* Software components subdirectory
PD2:*.* Tools to generate program XREF listings
PD2:*.* Components related to Defense Data Network
PD2:*.* Source code and doc'n on text editors
PD2:*.* Education subdirectory
PD2:*.* Miscellaneous tools helpful in developing
Ada code but not written in Ada or
pertaining to specific environments
PD2:*.* Tools for generation of forms
PD2:*.* Graphical Kernel System routines
PD2:*.* Software development project management
tools
PD2:*.* Packages of Ada math routines
PD2:*.* Software used in the generation of menus

PD2:*.* Tools for message handling and transfer
PD2:*.* Tools for metrics analysis of Ada software
PD2:*.* Sources to various tools which do not fit
into categories of the other subdirectories
PD2:*.* Information about software tools submitted
by the Naval Oceans Systems Center (NOSC)
PD2:*.* Supporting online documentation files
PD2:*.* Tools to create and manipulated paged files
PD2:*.* Other sources of software and information
PD2:*.* Pretty printers for Ada source programs
PD2:*.* Ada program body stubber tools
PD2:*.* Simulation programs and tools
PD2:*.* Spelling checkers written in Ada
PD2:*.* Tools for accessing repository software
PD2:*.* Ada style checking tools
PD2:*.* Tools for a virtual terminal package
PD2:*.* Information about the software tools paid
for by WIS (WWMCCS Information Systems) and
submitted by the Naval Oceans Systems Center

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Rick Conn

ADND-L%[email protected]

Mailing list for discussing all aspects of the Dungeons & Dragons and
Advanced Dungeons & Dragons games... new spells, new monsters, etc...

To subscribe, send the following command to LISTSERV@UTARLVM1 via mail or
interactive message:
SUB ADND-L your_full_name
where "your_full_name" is your real name, not your login Id. For example:
SUB ADND-L Joan Doe
Non-BitNet users can subscribe by sending the above command in the body of
a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Also, the list is also peered at ADND-L@PUCC.

Coordinators: Faustino Cantu

[email protected]

Mailing list dedicated to the music of the Severed Heads and of bands on
the Ralph label.

The Severed Heads are an Austrailian band that has been releasing music
since 1980. Their recent albums have also been released in Europe and the
USA. Ralph Records is a San Francisco label, and includes/has included the
Residents, Tuxedomoon, Yello, Renaldo & The Loaf, Penn Jillette,
Snakefinger, Fred Frith, Clubfoot Orchestra, Rhythm & Noise, MX 80 Sound,
Eugene Chadbourne, & more. We also welcome discussion of Ralph's friends,
such as the Longshoremen and the Blitzoids.

All requests to be added, dropped, etc., should be sent to
[email protected]

Coordinator: Yary Richard Phillip Hluchan

ADVANC-L on [email protected]

Advanc-L is also at idbsu. This list deals with the Geac Advance
library system, which is used for online library catalogs, library
circulation, book acquisitions, and journal control. All issues
relating to the Advance hardware and software are relevant. To
subscribe send mail to [email protected] with the body containing
SUB ADVANC-L yourfirstname yourlastname

Owner:
Dan Lester 1910 University Dr. Bitnet: ALILESTE@IDBSU
Library Boise, Idaho 83725 Internet:
Boise State University (208) 385-1234 [email protected]


ADVISE-L%[email protected]

Unmoderated mailing list intended for discussion among students who work
part-time at the various university computer centers. It is particularly
intended for people who work as student advisors or consultants, although
others are welcome. Another use of the list is to get help from others on
problems that might be encountered, or to let everyone know about new
things such as new file servers, so that everyone can put the network to
the best possible use.

Alternate paths/addresses: The list is served by 5 servers
(ADVISE-L@UTORONTO, ADVISE-L@CANADA01, ADVISE-L@NCSUVM, ADVISE-L@UGA, and
MD4F@CMUCCVMA) which are peer linked so that anything sent to one will be
sent to the other two automatically. ADVISE-L@NCSUVM is probably the
closest server to the CUNYVM ARPANet gateway.

To subscribe to the list:

From a VM site on BITNET do:
TELL LISTSERV at CANADA01 SUBSCRIBE ADVISE-L Your_Full_Name
where Your_Full_Name is your real name (not your userid).

From a VMS BITNET site use the SEND/REMOTE command.

If you are at a site not on bitnet or where you cannot send interactive
messages you can send a message to
LISTSERV%[email protected] where the first non-header line
consists of:
SUBSCRIBE ADVISE-L Your_Full_Name

Please refer any questions to the Coordinator.

Coordinator: Scott Campbell

[email protected]

[email protected]

Mailing list for Advsys programmers.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Moderator: Brian Preble

[email protected]


Purpose: The "aeronautics" mailing list will be a moderated
version of the sci.aeronautics newsgroup, and as such will deal
with various technical aspects of aviation, such as human factors,
airliner operations, avionics, and aerodynamics. It will be a
one-way feed (sci.aeronautics -> mailing list), unless sufficient
demand requires that it go in the opposite direction.

Contact: [email protected]


AG-EXP-L%[email protected]

Discusses the use of Expert Systems in Agricultural production and
management. Primary emphasis is for practitioners, Extension personnel and
Experiment Station researchers in the land grant system.

BITNET, EARN, or NetNorth subscribers can join by sending the Listserv SUB
command with your name. For example,
SEND LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 SUB AG-EXP-L Jon Doe
or TELL LISTSERV AT NDSUVM1 SUB AG-EXP-L Jon Doe
To be removed from the list,
SEND LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 SIGNOFF AG-EXP-L
or TELL LISTSERV AT NDSUVM1 SIGNOFF AG-EXP-L

Those without interactive access may send the Listserv Command portion of
the above lines as the first TEXT line of a message. For example:
SUB AG-EXP-L Jon Doe
would be the only line in the body (text) of mail to LISTSERV@NDSUVM1.

Monthly public logs of mail to AG-EXP-L are kept on LISTSERV for a few
months. For a list of files send the 'Index AG-EXP-L' command to
LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Sandy Sprafka

[email protected]

Mailing list for doubters. Has a novel ground rule to try to encourage
intelligent discussion:

Messages should be about "useful" things, not Truth. A statement is useful
if it is about something that a person or group of people could at least
hypothetically do and get some effect (whether subjective or objective),
and then post a description of the effect back to this mailing list.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Moderator: Tim Freeman



AI-CHI

Unmoderated mailing list intended for discussion on the subjects related to
AI applications to Human-Computer interface design. This could include
user modeling, self-adaptive interfaces, intelligent user agents,
multi-modal I/O (Natural Language, graphics, speech), intelligent
user-interface management systems, intelligent on-line advising, task
modelling, and any other related issues. Announcements of books, papers,
conferences, new products, public domain software tools, etc. are also
encouraged.

A limited archive of the most recent messages is available by request from
[email protected].

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Dr. Sherman Tyler

[email protected]

Discussions related to the application of artificial intelligence to
education. This includes material on intelligent computer assisted
instruction (ICAI) or intelligent tutoring systems (ITS), interactive
encyclopedias, intelligent information retrieval for educational purposes,
and pychological and cognitive science models of learning, problem solving,
and teaching that can be applied to education. Issues related to teaching
AI are welcome. Topics may also include evaluation of tutoring systems,
commercialization of AI based instructional systems, description of actual
use of an ITS in a classroom setting, user-modeling, intelligent
user-interfaces, and the use of graphics or videodisk in ICAI.
Announcements of books, papers, conferences, new products, public domain
software tools, etc. are encouraged.

If there are several people at one site that are interested, users should
try to form a local distribution system to lessen the load on SUN.COM.

Archives of messages are kept on host SUN.COM.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Moderators: J.R. Prohaska
Stuart Macmillan

[email protected]

ai-medicine is an unmoderated mailing list serving internet and
bitnet domains since Sept. 1990. Current readership consists
mainly of computer scientists and engineers with interest in
biomedical and clinical research, and of physicians with interest
in medical informatics.

AI in Medicine is a broad subject area which encompasses almost
all research areas in artificial intelligence. For the purposes
of this mailing list, AI in Medicine may be defined as
"computed-based medical decision support" (or "computer-assisted
medical decision making"). This definition may be expanded
to include AI-based approaches to computer-assisted medical
instruction. According to this definition, topics such as billing
systems and hospital/medical office information retrieval systems
clearly remain outside the scope of this forum.

There are some borderline topics which cannot readily be classified
under AI in Medicine, yet have clear connections to both artificial
intelligence and medical practice. Processing and interpretation of
medical images and signals are among those subject areas, and the
current readership of this list contains a substantial number of
researchers working in these fields. These borderline subject areas
will remain within the scope of the list, as long as the focus lies
on the artificial intelligence aspects, and not the detailed

engineering principles.

Who may join: any individual or organization with internet or bitnet
mailing addresses may join.

Requests for subscription may be sent to:
[email protected]

List address for unmoderated distribution of messages:
[email protected]

List coordinator (Serdar Uckun, MD):
[email protected]


[email protected]

Mailing list for the distribution of AIDS statistics from various agencies.
The prime information being distributed will be the Center for Disease
Control's monthly AIDS Surveillance Report.

Requests to be added to or deleted from the list should be sent to
[email protected]. Questions about the list, or
subscription problems can also be reported to [email protected] or
[email protected].

Coordinator: David Dodell

AIDSNEWS%[email protected]

The AIDSNews Forum is used for the discussion of any issue relating to
AIDS/ARC. AIDS Treatment News reports on experimental and alternative
treatments, especially those available now. It collects information from
medical journals, and from interviews with scientists, physicians and other
health practitioners, and persons with AIDS or ARC; it does not recommend
particular therapies, but seeks to increase the options available. The
ethical and public-policy issues around AIDS treatment research will also
be examined. AIDS Treatment News, Northern Lights Alternatives, and many
other publications are also distributed to this list.

A library of files is also available. Send or mail the following command
to [email protected] for a current listing of available files:
INDEX AIDSNEWS

Bitnet users may subscribe to the list by doing:
TELL LISTSERV at RUTVM1 SUBSCRIBE AIDSNEWS Your_Full_Name
where Your_Full_Name is your real name (not your userid). From a VMS
BITNET site use the SEND/REMOTE command.

Users outside Bitnet should use the appropriate gateway to send mail to
[email protected]. The text of the message should be the single line:
SUBSCRIBE AIDSNEWS Your_Full_Name

To protect privacy the subscriber list is kept confidential. If you have
any problems subscribing to the list send mail to the Coordinator.

Coordinator: Michael Smith


AIX-L%[email protected]

This list is intended for the discussion of the AIX operating system, IBM's
Unix solution for small and large computer systems. Initially, this list
will be used for dissemination of information and technical details of AIX
on all levels. It may be necessary to break this list down into machine
types that AIX will run on.

To subscribe send the following command to LISTSERV@BUACCA (non-BitNet
users send mail to LISTSERV%[email protected] with the command
in the message body):
SUBSCRIBE AIX-L Your_Full_Name
where Your_Full_Name is your real name, not your userid.
To unsubscribe, send:
UNSUBSCRIBE AIX-L

Moderator: Michael R. Gettes
[email protected]

[email protected]

Mailing list for ALL-IN-1 managers and users. For discussion of problems
and suggestions relating to the installation, management and use of
ALL-IN-1.

To join the list:
VMS (jnet):
$ SEND LISTSERV@SBCCVM SUB ALLIN1-L your full name
VM (RSCS):
TELL LISTSERV AT SBCCVM SUB ALLIN1-L your full name

Non-Bitnet users can send mail to [email protected] or
[email protected] with an empty Subject: and message body:
SUB ALLIN1-L your full name

Coordinator: Sanjay Kapur

ALLMUSIC%[email protected]

Mailing list is dedicated to the discussion of all forms of music, in all
its aspects. It's founding is based on the understanding that most people
who listen to and enjoy music do so from a variety of standpoints, and that
a general, unlimited forum is desirable for both the integration and
expansion of musical ideas, techniques, and understanding. Therefore, all
topics having to do with music are welcome, including but not limited to:
composition, performance, recording; research, critique, inquiry, advocacy,
instrument design, ethnomusicology, psychacoustics, orchestration, jazz,
classical, funk, plainchant, and anything else you can think of. If a
topic is running that you have something to say about, or to question, jump
in. If you have something entirely different in mind, start up another
thread. Music is universal. With the advent of electronic communication,
so are we.

To be added to or deleted from the list, send mail to the Coordinator.

Coordinator: Mike Karolchik

[email protected]

Mailing list for information about dental amalgam fillings and chronic
mercury poisoning. It may be of interest for people who have "silver"
dental fillings in their teeth.

BitNet users may subscribe by sending the following command to
LISTSERV@ds0rus1i via mail or message:
SUBscribe AMALGAM Your_full_name
where "Your_full_name" is your real name, not your login Id.
Non-BitNet users can join the list by sending the above command as the only
line in the text/body of a message to
[email protected]

Coordinator: Siegfried Schmitt ,



[email protected]

This list is intended for people who use Amethyst, a software package of
CP/M-80 programs: MINCE (an ersatz EMACS) and SCRIBBLE (an ersatz SCRIBE).

Mail archives are kept on host WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL as TOPS20 mail files
named yymm.n-TXT, where n starts with one and increments by one into
another file as each file reached 150 disk pages. To conserve disk space,
all the mail files in the archive, except for the current year, are
individually compressed. The compressed files have the suffix -Z as part
of the filetype field; they should be renamed to have the suffix .Z
(uppercase Z) when transfered to a Unix system so the uncompress program
will find them. The current month's mail is still kept in
AMETHYST-ARCHIV.TXT. The archives are stored in directory:
PD2:
Archive files are available via ANONYMOUS FTP from WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL
for those with TCP/IP access to the Internet.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Frank Wancho

[email protected]

A direct (unmoderated) bi-directional gateway with the USENET
comp.sys.amiga newsgroups tree for those people without access to USENET.
All mail to AMIGA-RELAY is posted to comp.sys.amiga.

The list will not be archived, due to it's high volume.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Mark Nelson
[email protected]
AMNESTY%[email protected]

Mailing list to distribute Amnesty International's urgent action appeals,
usually one per month. They are 1 or 2-page summaries of a specific case
of human rights abuse, such as a small group of people who have been
arrested without reason, or are being held secretly, or tortured, etc. They
give the prisoners' names, why they were arrested, who to write to, and
what they suggest you say. Amnesty International is concerned with human
rights, not just amnesty. Sometimes they ask members to write letters
requesting not freedom, but better or more just treatment. You don't have
to be a member of, or endorse, Amnesty International to receive this list.
Additional discussion or information from other organizations may be
distributed.

To subscribe, send the following command to LISTSERV@JHUVM:
SUBSCRIBE AMNESTY your_full_name
where "your_full_name" is your real name, not your userid.
To unsubscribe, send the command:
UNSUBSCRIBE AMNESTY
Non-BitNet users can [un]subscribe by sending one of the above commands in
the text/body of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinators: Jeff Carpenter

Jim Jones

AMSSIS-L on LISTSERV@UAFSYSB American Management Systems -
Student Information System Discussion List

This list is intended to provide a forum for the discussion of topics
relating to the American Management System Student Information System
(AMSSIS). The topics discussed may be of a functional or technical
nature.

You may subscribe to the AMSSIS-L list by sending RFC822 Mail to

LISTSERV@UAFSYSB on Bitnet
or [email protected] on Internet

In the BODY (text) of your mail include the command:

SUB AMSSIS-L firstname lastname eg. sub amssis-l Jane Doe

The LISTSERV server will take your address from the "From:" address
of your mail. If you are on BITNET/EARN/NetNorth and can send
interactive messages (eg. TELL on CMS or SEND on VMS with JNET) then
you can send the SUB command as shown to LISTSERV at UAFSYSB
interactively.

If you prefer, you may send mail to the Coordinator to be asked to be
added to the list. However you subscribe, you should receive return
mail with a confirmation and additional information.

You may leave the list at any time by sending a "SIGNOFF AMSSIS-L"
command to LISTSERV@UAFSYSB. Please note that this command must NOT
be sent to the list address (AMSSIS-L@UAFSYSB) but to the LISTSERV
address (LISTSERV@UAFSYSB).

Coordinator: Allen Fields [email protected]
[email protected]


[email protected]

A mailing list to be used simply for demonstrations of the Andrew system
software. You should not subscribe to it unless you expect to be reading
it with the Andrew Message System, as messages will come to the list in
full multi-media format. Indeed, we encourage people to post lots of neat
animations, music, raster images, and the like to this list.

For more information about Andrew, see the list-of-lists entry for the
"info-andrew" mailing list.

We expect to maintain an archive of this list in the future and make it
available for anonymous FTP.

To be added to the list, send mail to [email protected].
To submit new items to the list, just send them to
[email protected].

Coordinator: Nathaniel Borenstein

[email protected]

An unmoderated list for the discussion of Animal Rights. Peter Singer's
book "Animal Liberation" proposes a "New Ethics for our Treatment of
Animals" and many activist groups, such as PETA (People for the Ethical
Treatment of Animals), regard this as the "Bible of the Animal Rights
movement". Consumers and researches alike are facing new questions
concerning the human animals' treatment of the rest of the animal kingdom.
The purpose of this list is to provide students, researchers, and
activists, a forum for discussing issues like:

Animal Rights Animal Liberation
Consumer Product Testing Cruelty-free products
Vivasection/Dissection Medical Testing
Animals in Laboratories Research using Animals
Hunting/Trapping/Fishing Animals in Entertainment
Factory Farming Fur
Ecology Environmental Protection
Vegetarianism Vegan lifestyles
Christian Perspectives Other Perspecitives

Currently, no resources are available for archiving this list.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list should be sent to
Animal-Rights-Request@[XANTH.]CS.ODU.EDU (Internet) or
[email protected] (UUCP).

Coordinator: Chip Roberson

[email protected]

Discussion of simulated annealing techniques and analysis, as well as other
related issues (stochastic optimization, Boltzmann machines, metricity of
NP-complete move spaces, etc). Membership is restricted to those doing
active research in simulated annealing or related areas. Current
membership is international, and about half of the members are published
authors. The list itself is unmoderated.

Requests to be added to or deleted from the list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Daniel R. Greening

ANSAXNET

ANSAXNET is a SIG (Special Interest Group) for scholars of the culture and
history of England before 1100 C.E. Scholars interested in the later
English Middle Ages and those interested in the early Medieval period
throughout Europe are also encouraged to join the list. Members receive a
directory of all our members in order to facilitate telecommunications, and
a monthly electronic report to which they are encouraged to contribute
announcements and information. This report often provides members with new
information about the use of computers in some aspect of their disciplines,
as well as news of more conventional developments in the field. We also
have projects underway to encode databases which members may use in their
own work. To this end, we are now working on the details of distributing
to the membership a database of all manuscripts written or owned in England
before 1100. We would be glad to add your name to our directory and thus
to make you a member of ANSAXNET. Membership is free to everyone with
access to a BITNET node.

Anyone who wants to be a member of ANSAXNET should send e-mail to the
Coordinator, including a conventional mailing address and some information
about your particular interests in early medieval cultural studies.

Coordinator: Patrick W. Conner

ANTHRO-L%[email protected]

This list deals with discussions of various techniques and fields of
research in Anthropology. Some suggested topics of discussion are:

- Computation in anthropology
- Graphics in archaeology
- What programs anthropologists are using at various places
- Where centers of computer interests are in anthropolgy
- Anglo-Saxon cemeteries
- Palaeodemography
- What individuals are doing, e.g. research, publication, computer info.

- Some spirited words on political economy
- Using anthropological assistance to describe the legal practices of
American culture
- The development of Anglo-Saxon cemeteries
- The Northumberland landscape
- Use of Remote Sensing (resistivity and magnetometer) to locate and
analyse village sites
- The population of Anglo-Saxon England

To add yourself to the list, send the command
SUBSCRIBE ANTHRO-L Your_Full_Name
via mail to [email protected] or LISTSERV%[email protected]
(Internet) where Your_Full_Name is your real name (not your userid). To
remove yourself from the list, send the command
UNSUBSCRIBE ANTHRO-L

List Owner: Ezra Zubrow
[email protected] (BitNet)
Coordinator: Patrick G. Salsbury
V291NHTP%[email protected]
[email protected] (BitNet)

[email protected]
ANU-NEWS@NDSUVM1

Discussion for administrators and users of the ANU-NEWS software for
VAX/VMS systems. ANU-NEWS is a software system that allows VMS systems to
act as Usenet nodes. Topics include bugs, fixes, integrating lists from
other networks, and discussion of new features. Although the list is
primarily for communication among ANU-NEWS administrators, users are also
welcome.

To subscribe to this list BITNET/EARN/NetNorth Users may be able to send an
interactive message to LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 (via SEND or TELL). For example:
SEND LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 SUB ANU-NEWS Jane Doe (your first/last name)
Or, you may send MAIL to [email protected] or LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 with
the first line of the TEXT or BODY of mail being:
SUB ANU-NEWS firstname lastname (e.g. SUB ANU-NEWS John Doe ).

Coordinator: Tim Russell
russell@UNOMA1
uunet!zeus.unl.edu!russell

[email protected]

Mailing list for any discussions about or related to the music group The
Art of Noise. The list is set up as a mail relay. The number of
subscribers to the list is limited, so only those who feel they will have
something to say should join.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Cliff Tuel

APL-L%[email protected]

Mailing list for discussion of the APL language, its implementation,
application and use. Contributions on teaching APL are particularly
welcome.

To subscribe to this LISTSERV list send an E-mail message to your local
LISTSERV (on BITNET/NetNorth/EARN) or to [email protected] containing the
single line:
SUBscribe APL-L your_full_name
Non-BitNet users can send a message to LISTSERV%[email protected] with
the SUB command as the only line in the message body.

Coordinator: David G. Macneil


APOGEES%[email protected]

Mailing list for the study of critical and strategic information
management. The objective is to identify information of long-term value to
an organization and to develop realistic methodologies and policies of
management (data bases, ethics policy, education, supervisory systems...).

In APOGEES, we share the creation of business information supervising
systems. We discuss methodologies suitable to the management and
development of technological information through supervisory divisions.

People from all fields of sciences, management, information technology,
computer science, and so on, are welcome including managers who are
concerned with several critical items when making their business decisions.

BitNet users can subscribe by sending an application note to
BAUMARD@FRAIX11 or by sending mail to LISTSERV@FRMOP11 with the body/text
of the message:
SUB APOGEES your_full_name
where "your_full_name" is your real name, not your login Id.
Internet users can subscribe by sending a message to
LISTSERV%[email protected] with the cody/text of the message
containing the above command.

Coordinator: Philippe Baumard

[email protected]
{uunet,rutgers}!umix!apollo (UUCP)

Users of Apollo computers who are interested in sharing their experiences
about Apollos. At least initially, the list will not be moderated or
digested; if the volume is sufficient, this may change.

Mail to the list will be archived in some public place that will be
announced at a later date.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected] (or UUCP
{uunet,rutgers}!umix!apollo-request).

Coordinator: Paul Killey
{uunet,rutgers}!umix!paul

APOLLO-L%[email protected]

The purpose of this list is to provide an avenue for Apollo computer users
to share comments, ideas, and problems (and possibly utilities), associated
with the use of Apollo computers.

BitNet users can subscribe to the list by sending e-mail or a message to
LISTSERV@UMRVMB with the body/text of the message containing the command:
SUB APOLLO-L your_full_name
where "your_full_name" is your real name, not your loginid. Non-BitNet
users can subscribe by sending the above command in the body of a message
to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Karl Lutzen

AUSTEN-L on LISTSERV@MCGILL1
or [email protected]

A moderated digest for readers of Jane Austen. If you enjoy Jane
Austen's novels and those of her contemporaries, such as Fanny
Burney, Maria Edgeworth and Maria Wollstonecraft, you might want to
exchange views with others on any aspect of her work and her time.

Moderator: Dr. Jacqueline Reid-Walsh,
Department of English,
McGill University,
853 Sherbrooke St. West
Montreal, Quebec, H3A 2T6

Subscription requests and contributions should be sent to:
[email protected]


AQUA-L on [email protected] The Aquaculture Discussion List

AQUA-L is an INTERNET list based at the University of Guelph. The
purpose of the list is to promote discussion amongst individuals
interested in the science, technology and business of rearing aquatic
species. In the spirit of open discussion, membership in the list is
public and unrestricted.

Potential topics include:

Who's doing what and where?
Problems and solutions rearing aquatic larvae.
Diseases, parasites and pathology.
Water quality.
Recirculation technology and applications.
Research aquatic systems design and operation.
Commercial aquatic systems design and operation.
Site selection and environmental impact.
New species under culture.
Genetics, sex reversal and hormonal manipulation.
Computers in aquaculture.
Public perceptions of aquaculture.
Aqua-business ($$$$!).


Messages sent to the list should be of general interest although
specific requests for information are quite welcome. It is hoped
that this forum will provide a basis for rapid exchange of new ideas
and provide an access for persons seeking information and advice.

To join in the Aquaculture Discussion List send an E-mail message to:
[email protected]

with this line in the message body:

SUB AQUA-L your name

Note that "your name" means your proper name and not your userid.
LISTSERV will extract your id from the message header.

If you are unfamiliar with lists and LISTSERV send the following to
receive an index of help information:

INDEX HELPINFO

You may cancel your subscription to AQUA-L at any time by sending:

SIGNOFF AQUA-L

Note that commands are sent to LISTSERV and not AQUA-L. If you send
them to the list you will have the pleasure of knowing everyone
subscribing is reading them.

List Owner: T. B. (Ted) White [email protected]

Editor's note: I believe the BITNET style node name is UOGUELPH
but some Canadian nodes are going to Internet style addressing only.
(from the header:
Ted White )

AREXX-L%[email protected]

In addition to REXXLIST, the VM/SP REXX discussion list, 3 other lists
exist to discuss the REXX programming language. They are AREXX-L (for
Amiga REXX users), TSO-REXX (for TSO), and PC-REXX (for Personal REXX)
users.

To join the AREXX-L list, send the following command to LISTSERV at UCF1VM:
SUB AREXX-L firstname lastname
for example,
SUB AREXX-L Fred Programmer
The command may be sent in the TEXT or BODY of mail to LISTSERV@UCF1VM or
via an interactive TELL or SEND command (on CMS or VMS). Non-BitNet users
can subscribe by sending the command in the text body of a message to
LISTSERV%[email protected].

Requests to be added, problems, questions, etc., should be sent to the
Coordinator.

Coordinator: Lois Buwalda

[email protected] ([email protected])

The ARMS-L digest is for various and sundry comments and questions on
policy issues related to peace, war, national security, weapons, the arms
race, and the like.

Recent archives are available upon request from the moderator.

This list is handled by [email protected]
([email protected]), and administrative requests go to that
address. Contributions to [email protected]
([email protected]).

To become a subscriber, send mail to [email protected] with the
one line
SUB ARMS-L first last
where you replace "first" and "last" with your first and last name.

This list is gatewayed to the USENET list soc.politics.arms-d.

Moderator: [email protected]

[email protected]
[email protected]

Redistribution address for all known BBoards on the ARPANET. The
guidelines for postings are somewhat loose. The ostensible purpose of the
list is to distribute: (a) emergency notices ("Southern California just
slid into the Pacific, machines at ISI and UCSD will be down for a few
days"), and (b) notices of "academic interest", such as seminar and
symposium announcements. Advertisements and for-profit notices are not
appropriate (the DoD would get upset, among other considerations). A
touchy borderline case is job offerings. The practice has been to accept
postings from universities (the research community) and the research
oriented military installations (the people paying for our hardware) but to
refuse postings from private companies. The (shaky) rationale behind this
is that university and military job offerings are "research opportunities"
as opposed to for-profit advertisements (ie, joining the army or a
university is not the way to get rich).

Anyone is welcome to redistribute Arpanet-BBoards; it takes some of the
(considerable) load off of MC's mailer. But please don't do it without
sending a message to the -Request address first.

There are Archive copies of every message ever sent to the list but no
guarantee is made that they will be online or available at any particular
time. The current archive file, such as it is, can be found as
"COMAIL;BBOARD ARCHIV" on MC.LCS.MIT.EDU.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to the Coordinators. Bitnet users may subscribe to
the list by doing:
TELL LISTSERV at RUTVM1 SUBSCRIBE ARPABBS Your_Full_Name
where Your_Full_Name is your real name (not your userid). From a VMS
BITNET site use the SEND/REMOTE command.

Coordinator: [email protected]
BitNet Coordinator: Michael Smith

ARTCRIT%[email protected]

A discussion forum open to anyone interested in the visual arts. Topics
will reflect the diversity of art critical discourse: ostmodernism, marxist
and feminist theories, curatorial practices, funding and any issue which
affects artists, critics and art viewers.

Subscribers are encouraged to contribute reviews to be distributed
bi-weekly to the list in journal format. Reveiws should be sent to the
Editor, Michele Macal GL253001@YUORION.

BitNet users may subscribe by sending the following command to
LISTSERV@YORKVM1 via interactive message or e-mail:
SUB ARTCRIT your full name
where "your full name" is your name, not your login Id; For example: SUB
ARTCRIT John Doe.
Non-BitNet users can join the list by sending the above command as the only
line in the text/body of a message to
LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Michele Macaluso

ASHE-L on LISTSERV@UMCVMB

A new listserv group know as ASHE-L at UMCVMB is now operational.

This list is for open communication concerning issues of higher
education within the Association for the Study of Higher Education
(ASHE).

To subscribe to the list send mail to LISTSERV@UMCVMB on BITNET
with the body of the mail containing the command

SUB ASHE-L yourfirstname yourlastname

Coordinator: Irv Cockriel

ASM370%[email protected]

Discussion of programming in IBM System/370 Assembly Language. This is
primarily a working group designed to answer questions and help distribute
programs; however, any theoretical (are there such things?) discussions are
welcome too.

All back-issue requests will be managed by:
Network News

Coordinator: LISTSERV Editor


[email protected]

A new list called ASMICRO-L (Application Specific MICROprocessors)
has been created.

This list is intended to be a forum for interchange of information
regarding all aspects of the design and use of Application Specific
Microprocessors.

Application Specific Microprocessors form a class of integrated
circuits, composed of a microprocessor-type computing element and
aditional circuitry on the same chip, and designed to satisfy the
specific needs of a particular application. Please note that this
list is not intended to be a place to discuss general purpose
off-the-shelf microcomputers.

Subscription is open to the public and the list is not moderated.
To subscribe or for general enquiries regarding the list, please send
a mail message to

[email protected]
or
uunet!vme131!ASMICRO-REQUEST

All contributions are welcome. Postings to the list should be sent to

[email protected]
or
uunet!vme131!ASMICRO-L

When subscribing, please include your name and affiliation in the
message (this is not required). This information will made available
to all subscribers.

Owner:
Pedro Luis Prospero Sanchez internet: [email protected]
University of Sao Paulo uunet: uunet!vme131!pl
Dept. of Electrical Engineering
phone: (055)(11)211-4574 home: (055)(11)215-6492 fax: (055)(11)815-4272


ASSESS on [email protected]

The assessment discussion list ([email protected]) has been
established to provide for informal dialog on assessment issues and
policies as well as information on current practices in higher
education. The purpose is to provide a forum for the exchange of
ideas, models, resources, and practical strategies on student
assessment of learning and institutional effectiveness. Assessment
practitioners, policy makers, and others interested in assessment are
invited to join.

To subscribe to the assessment discusion list, send electronic mail
to [email protected] with the following as the first line of text
in the message body: SUBSCRIBE ASSESS Your Name Here

You will receive notification from the listserv that you have
subscribed to the list. If you do not receive notification, please
let us know!

If you want to send a message to everyone subscribed to the ASSESS
list, send your message via electronic mail to [email protected]

Note: Listserv commands such as SUBSCRIBE and UNSUBSCRIBE should be sent
only to the listserv address [email protected]. If you send
commands to [email protected], your text will be sent to all
subscribers of the list and will not be executed.

Owner:
Thomas E. Kunselman
Information Specialist INTERNET: [email protected]
Office of the Assistant Chancellor BITNET: VAATEK@UKCC
#7 Administration Building
University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY 40506-0032
Phone:(606) 257-1633


ASSMPC-L%[email protected]

Mailing list for issues related to the PC Assembly languages (Intel
8086/88/286/386/...). There is an initial programming goal that the
managers of this list wish to accomplish:

We are inviting all users to assist in the coding of projects. For
instance, our first task will be a Resident Program Manager. We will
use Turbo Assembler or MacroAssembler to develop the applications.

A second project will be an AV package to viruses, we already have
programs for Jerusalem and Brain, these could be help for it.

The users of this list will receive mail with code contributions and
discussions, and eventually the program source listing finished with the
help of the participants. Then, the list will propose a new project to
work on. Any and all code contributions, ideas, and anything else that
will help in achieving this opening goal will be appreciated, discussed,
reported and acknowledged for the list.

BitNet users can subscribe non-interactively by sending a message or mail
to [email protected] with the text/body of the message being:
SUB ASSMPC-L your_full_name
For example:
SUB ASSMPC-L Jan Doe
Non-BitNet users can subscribe by sending the above command in the
text/body of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].
IBM BitNet users can subscribe interactively by doing:
TELL LISTSERV AT USACHVM1 SUB ASSMPC-L your_full_name
Or by:
NOTE TO LISTSERV AT USACHVM1, with the following line:
SUB ASSMPC-L your_full_name
Please note that the link to Chile is connected at 18:00 hrs EDT; before
that time interactive commands won't work.

All problems, questions, etc., should be sent to the Coordinators.

Coordinators: Luis Valdivia P.

Pedro Sepulveda J.

Astronomy Events

A mailing list for astronomical events and meeting announcements (mostly in
the Boston area). Items to be sent to the list are sent to [email protected]
for forwarding. An attempt is being made to keep it from becoming full of
trivial messages, but new readers and valid input are welcome.

Coordinator: Dick Koolish

ATHENE

Athene is a free network "magazine" devoted to amateur fiction written by
the members of the online community. Athene does not limit itself to any
specific genre, but will publish quality short stories dealing with just
about any interesting topic, including:

science fiction fantasy
religion mystery
computers humor
psychology sports
politics business

If all goes well, a new issue will come out every month or so. This will
of course depend on how often people submit their stories.

To subscribe or contribute, send messages to the Coordinator.

Coordinator: Jim McCabe

AUDIO-L on LISTSERV@VMTECMEX

A new listserv list has been opened providing a forum to discuss all
topics related to audio, this includes theories, commercial
equipment, applications, etc. The list runs unmoderated and it's
located in [email protected]

As in any listserv list, your commands should be sent to
LISTSERV@VMTECMEX. To subscribe to the list send the
following command to LISTSERV@VMTECMEX

SUB AUDIO-L yourfirstname yourlastname

in the text of a message or mail.

/Alejandro Kurczyn S.


AUTO-L%[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]

Mailing list to handle problems with Remote Autolog commands. To date, the
list has been used for problems from users that have accounts at the
Technion and work remotely through the Remote Server (VMAUTOLG) located at
the Technion. The software for this Remote Server is be changed so as to
be included as a local command for LISTSERV/LISTEARN sites that may want to
use it. The list is not limited to the discussion of only this one
package. Any other packages or software may be discussed. Please do not
use this list for the discussion of any problems with using the GONE
routine.

BitNet users may subscribe by sending the following command to
LISTSERV@TECHNION via interactive message or e-mail:
SUBSCRIBE AUTO-L your full name
where "your full name" is your real name, not your login Id.
Non-BitNet users can join the list by sending the above command as the only
line in the text/body of a message to
LISTSERV%[email protected] or [email protected].

Coordinator: Robert (Al) Hartshorn



[email protected]

Aviation discusses topics of interest to pilots, including training
systems, laws affecting availability or usability of airports, planes, and
procedures, characteristics of aircraft and avionic products, comments on
commercial aviation, such as safety and convenience issues, occasional
advertisements for fly-ins or similar private pilot activities, historical
notes, whatever else the readership wants. Aviation serves as an Internet
gateway for the rec.aviation discussion on usenet. It is distributed in
the form of a daily digest.

Due to disk space limitations, archives are only maintained for the
previous few weeks of digests. They are maintained on the host
MC.LCS.MIT.EDU in files named:
AVIATN;DIGEST
Where is the issue number of the digest.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Christopher Maeda


[email protected]
[email protected] (USENET)

Mailing list dedicated to the more theoretical side of aerospace
engineering. The intent is to conduct discussions on aerospace technology;
also calls for papers, anouncements for seminars, etc., can be sent to the
list. Although the list has its origin in the AVIATION digest, subjects
related to aviation theory, like spaceflight technology, may be discussed
as well. Topics open for discussion are:

Calls for papers Aerodynamics Aircraft structures
Seminar anouncements Flight mechanics Aircraft materials
Books to be published Stability and Control and others...

A mailing list for INTERNET and BITNET has been created already and we are
looking for someone who would like to create the USENET group, so we can
create digests from those messages.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Moderator: Rob A. Vingerhoeds

[email protected]
[email protected]
BStreets@VIRGINIA (BitNet)
...!uunet!virginia!backstreets-heads (uucp)

Mailing list for fans of the music of Bruce Springsteen.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected] or
[email protected] (Internet), BS-Req@VIRGINIA
(BitNet), or ...!uunet!virginia!backstreets-request (uucp).

Coordinator: Marc Rouleau


[email protected]

Unmoderated mailing list for the discussion of any aspect of Ballroom
and Swing dancing. For instance: Places to dance, announcement of
special events (e.g., inter-university competitions), exchange of
information about clubs, ballroom dance music, discussion of dances,
steps, etc.

Anyone may join; please send ALL of the following information to
[email protected]: (1) Full name (2) Internet-
compatible e-mail address (3) Affiliation, if any, with any ballroom
dance organization or group (4) ZIP or postal code, and country if
other than U.S. (5) Whether you have access to Netnews (Yes/No/Don't
know/Yes but don't use).

Contact: [email protected] (Shahrukh Merchant
c/o MIT Ballroom Dance Club)


[email protected]
BALT-L on [email protected]

Baltic Republics news and development list

BALT-L is an online forum devoted to communications to, and about,
the Baltic Republics of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. It aims to
further networking with those countries, in two senses of that word:
the technical one of establishing the basic links to permit electronic
communications; and the softer definition of a network of people
building up people-to-people contacts and working together on matters
of common interest. A core aim of this list is to foster practical
projects.

Subscription to this list is welcomed from anyone with skills or interests
relevant to the Baltics, or who just wants to know whats going on.

We hope in particular to bring together

Participants living in the Baltic Republics.
People around the world with origins in the Baltic Republics,
or who have connections with those countries. Anyone with
technical skills in electronic networking who may want to contribute
to developing electronic links to the Baltic Republics. Anyone
needing to research on developments in the Baltics. Anyone around
the world with a need to contact, visit and/or work with College staff
or students living and working in Lithuania, Latvia or Estonia.

Although English is likely to be the lingua franca, ALL languages of
communication are WELCOME: but especially in Lithuanian, Latvian or
Estonian.


To subscribe, send the following command to
[email protected] via mail or interactive message:

SUB BALT-L your full name

where "your full name" is your name. (NOT your network userID ).
For example

SUB BALT-L Joan Doe



Archives of messages already sent through BALT-L can be obtained by
interactive LDBASE or by sending an "INDEX BALT-L" command to
[email protected] These files can then be retrieved by
means of a "GET BALT-L filetype" command.

Owner (UKACRL): Edis Bevan
Owner (UBVM): Jean-Michel Thizy




BANYAN-L%[email protected]
BANYAN-L on LISTSERV@AKRONVM

BANYAN-L is a new Listserv discussion list about any aspect of Banyan
networks (marketed by Banyan Systems, Inc.).

To subscribe, send an interactive message or mail to LISTSERV@AKRONVM
as follows:

SUBscribe BANYAN-L Your Name

Of particular interest is Banyan's VINES network.

BDGTPLAN%[email protected]

Discussion of college and university budget and planning issues including,
but not limited to: economic and enrollment forecasting, relationships with
state governments, innovative approaches to integrating planning and
budgeting, strategies for increasing participation, cost center analysis,
use of financial databases for modelling and reporting, endowment spending
policies, tuition pricing, resource reallocation, financial reporting to
boards and legislators, etc.

BitNet users may subscribe by sending the following command to
LISTSERV@UVMVM via interactive message or e-mail:
SUBSCRIBE BDGTPLAN your full name
where "your full name" is your real name, not your login Id.

Non-BitNet users can join the list by sending the above command as the only
line in the text/body of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Dayna Flath

BEE-L%[email protected]

BEE-L is for the discussion of research and information concerning the
biology of bees. This includes honey bees and other bees (and maybe even
wasps). We communicate about sociobiology, behavior, ecology,
adaptation/evolution, genetics, taxonomy, physiology, pollination, and
flower nectar and pollen production of bees.

To subscribe, send the following command to LISTSERV@ALBNYVM1 via mail or
interactive message:
SUB BEE-L your_full_name
where "your_full_name" is your name. For example: SUB BEE-L Joan Doe
Non-BitNet users can subscribe by sending the text:
SUB BEE-L your_full_name
in the body of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Mary Jo Orzech

BELIEF-L: Personal Ideologies Discussion List

To subscribe to this list, send the command:
SUBSCRIBE BELIEF-L your_name
to LISTSERV@BROWNVM, where "your_name" is your full name (not your login
Id).
Non-BitNet users can subscribe by sending the above command in the
text/body of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Internet subscribers should go DIRECTLY to [email protected].

Coordinator: "David B. O'Donnell"
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*
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BIRDEAST%[email protected]
BIRDCHAT%[email protected]
BIRDCNTR%[email protected]
BIRDWEST%[email protected]

BIRDEAST, BIRDCHAT, BIRDCNTR, and BIRDWESTon LISTSERV@ARIZVM1

The National Birding Hotline Cooperative
==========================================

We are pleased to announce that the National Birding Hotline
Cooperative list on LISTSERV@ARIZVM1 has gone to a regional format.
The three new lists, which replace the former BIRD_RBA@ARIZVM1,
provide a clearing-house for transcribed birding hotlines for three
major areas of the country--East, West, and Central. The new lists
are BIRDEAST, BIRDCNTR, and BIRDWEST.

Current subscribers to BIRD_RBA will be automatically shifted to all
three of the new lists. New subscribers must choose which of the
three regional lists best answers their needs. Of course, new
subscribers may still subscribe to all three lists for full coverage.

Subscribers are invited to submit transcripts from their area of the
country if it is not already represented. A current list of hotlines
available from the National Birding Hotline Cooperative is appended.

Contributions to the lists are always welcome and should be sent in
MAIL format to BIRDEAST, or BIRDWEST, or BIRDCNTR, all at ARIZVM1.
Please note that these are not intended to be general chat lists.
Contributions should either be transcripts of birding hotlines or, if
a local hotline recording is not available to you, concise statements
of species seen and the location of the sighting, along with any
relevant information such as 'out of range,' 'out of normal time
frame,' etc. If you are confused about which of the three lists to
send your material to, contact either of the list owners first.
Their Bitnet/Internet addresses are listed below.

You may subscribe to The National Birding Hotline Cooperative by
sending an interactive SUBSCRIBE command or by including a SUBSCRIBE
command as the ONLY line of a MAIL message to LISTSERV@ARIZVM1, as
follows:


Interactive example from CMS:

TELL LISTSERV AT ARIZVM1 SUB BIRDEAST
or BIRDCNTR
or BIRDWEST


MAIL example:

SUB BIRDEAST
or BIRDCNTR
or BIRDWEST

To cancel your subscription, issue the SIGNOFF command to
LISTSERV@ARIZVM1:

SIGNOFF BIRDEAST
or BIRDCNTR
or BIRDWEST

Do NOT send SIGNOFF or other LISTSERV commands to BIRDEAST, BIRDCNTR,
or BIRDWEST.

If you are on the Internet network, subscription messages should be
sent to [email protected] and hotline transcripts should be
mailed to [email protected] (or CNTR or WEST, as the case may
be). In some cases, Internet mailer programs will not know how to
get to a local Internet/Bitnet gateway. If this appears to be a
problem for you, send subscription messages to:

LISTSERV%[email protected]

and hotline transcripts to:

BIRDEAST%[email protected]
or BIRDCNTR
or BIRDWEST

The following states are currently represented with transcribed
hotlines on the three regional lists:


BIRDEAST BIRDCNTR BIRDWEST
======== ======== ========
Maine Ohio New Mexico
New Jersey Indiana Arizona
Pennsylvania Michigan California
Delaware Texas
Maryland
District of Columbia
Virginia

If you have any questions, problems, or suggestions please send a
note to us at one of the addresses listed below:
-------------------------------------------------------------------
Charles B. Williamson (Chuck)

Bitnet address : CHUCKW@ARIZEVAX2
Internet address : CHUCKW%[email protected]
Snail mail : 4425 E. Pima
Tucson, AZ 85712
Phones : 602-323-2955 (voice + answering machine)
Bulletin board : 602-881-4280 So. Arizona Birding BBS
-------------------------------------------------------------------
Norman C. Saunders (Norm)

Bitnet address : NYS@NIHCU
Internet address : [email protected]
Snail mail : 1261 Cavendish Drive
Colesville, MD 20905
Phones : 202-272-5248 (o--Washington, DC)
: 301-989-9035 (h--Colesville, MD)
Bulletin board : 301-989-9036 The Osprey's Nest Birders' BBS
(Colesville, MD -- PC Pursuitable)
-------------------------------------------------------------------

BI-L%[email protected]
BI-L on LISTSERV@BINGVMB
Bibliographic Instruction

BI-L is a computer conference dedicated to discussing ways
of assisting library users in effectively and efficiently
exploiting the resources available in and through the libraries
of the 1990s.

Contributors to the forum deal with the practical,
theoretical, and technical aspects of what has been called
Bibliographic Instruction, Library Use Instruction, Library
Orientation, and several other names. We examine, explore,
critique, appraise, and evaluate strategies, programs, and
equipment that we have found to be valuable (or not) in working
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For more information about BI-L contact

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State University of New York at Binghamton
Box 6012
Binghamton, New York 13902-6012
(607) 777-4385 or MRAISH@BINGVMA (MRAISH%[email protected])


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Mailing list for topics relating to bicycles including:

Racing - How do I get started? What do I need for equiment? Why do
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bike trips. What are some of the things I should take for an overnight
trip?

Commuting - What is the best way to get by major traffic roads?

Plus - Equipment, Repairs, Good places to buy a bike, Cars vs Bicycles,
Human Powered Vehicles, Fitness, Bike path construction, or anything
else you might want to ask or talk about.

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Mailing list for discussion of issues in designing and operating
Campus-Size Local Area Networks, especially complex ones utilizing multiple
technologies and supporting multiple protocols. Topics include repeaters,
bridges, routers and gateways; how to incorporate smaller Personal-Computer
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Archives are available through revised LISTSERV.

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LISTSERV distribution list for the topic of billing and chargeback of
(computer) resources. This list is not dedicated to any one product or
supplier, but discusses general issues as well as details pertaining to MVS
and VM systems only. Also see the MICS-L list.

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LOG8901 contains a summary of net mail during the last year on this
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BIO-NAUT%[email protected]
BIO-NAUT on [email protected]

A mailing list for BIONAUTS has been established at IRLEARN
The main purpose of the list is to facilitate communications
between life scientists. This list will have three main functions.

1) It can be used to ask questions about networking addresses
of scientists in the biological life sciences.
e.g. I need to get in contact with some one at EMBL
who should I send mail to.

**** SOMEONE OUT THERE KNOWS THE ANSWER TO YOUR QUESTION ***

2) If you have small databases of E-mail addresses related to your
particular field of interest they can be uploaded onto BIO-NAUT
for the benefit of others. Special interst groups welcome.
e.g. Numerical taxonomists, Culture Collections, etc.

**** INSTANT HIGH PROFILE FOR YOUR GROUP ****

3) If you subscribe you will be asked to send ONE MESSAGE to
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main interests. Instructions on the format of this MESSAGE
will be sent to all subscribers individually.

**** ADD YOUR NAME TO WHO'S WHO OF BIOLOGICAL NETWORKING ****

To subscribe to the BIOSCI Bionauts distribution service
at IRLEARN, send the following command as one line in the body
of a mail message to, [email protected]
========
saying just

SUBSCRIBE BIO-NAUT forename surname

Those of you who are directly on EARN or BITNET can also subscribe
with an interactive message, e.g.

TELL LISTSERV AT IRLEARN SUB BIO-NAUT forename surname
(on an IBM running VM/CMS)
or
SEND LISTSERV@IRLEARN SUB BIO-NAUT forename surname
(on a VAX running VMS)

When you have done that, you will get an acknowledgement that you
now belong to the distribution list. Once subscribed, you can send
mail messages to

[email protected]

and they will be AUTOMATICALLY redistributed to all the other
subscribers. They (and you) can then reply to that address and
everyone will see the answers.

Remember

The SUB command for subscribing goes to [email protected]
(LISTSERV%[email protected] for Internet users)
Your mail messages for others to see go to [email protected]
(BIO-NAUT%[email protected] for Internet users)
Moderator: Rob Harper


BIO-SOFTWARE%[email protected]
[email protected] Ireland EARN/BitNet
[email protected] U.K. JANET
[email protected] Sweden Internet
[email protected] U.S.A. BitNet
[email protected] U.S.A. BitNet

The BIO-SOFTWARE newsgroup replaces three previous newsgroups on BIOSCI:

OLD BBOARD NAME BITNET/EARN Name USENET Newsgroup Name
--------------- ---------------- ---------------------
CONTRIBUTED-SOFTWARE SOFT-CON bionet.software.contrib
PC-COMMUNICATIONS SOFT-COM bionet.software.pc.comm
PC-SOFTWARE SOFT-PC bionet.software.pc

NEW BBOARD NAME BITNET/EARN Name USENET Newsgroup Name
--------------- ---------------- ---------------------
BIO-SOFTWARE BIO-SOFT bionet.software

The BIO-SOFTWARE newsgroup is not moderated. Questions, answers, and
discussions are welcomed about software related to the biological sciences
(or even about problems with other software that scientists might use in
the course of their work such as word processors or communications
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one of the following addresses; if you previously received e-mail from any
of the three superceded groups, then you should have been subscribed to
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contact the applicable BIOSCI address below:

Subscription Addresses Location Network
---------------------- -------- -------
biosci%[email protected] Internet
[email protected] U.S.A. BitNet
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[email protected] U.K. JANET
[email protected] Sweden Internet

Users on the BIONET DEC 2065 computer may subscribe (i.e., be shown all new
messages at login) by entering
DO BIO-SOFTWARE
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Coordinator: Dave Kristofferson

[email protected]

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Mailing list for members of the International, European, American, Canadian
and other Societies of Biomechanics, and for others with an interest in the
general field of biomechanics and human or animal movement science. For
the scope of this list, see, e.g., the Journal of Biomechanics (Pergamon
Press), the Journal of Biomechanical Engineering (ASME), and Human Movement
Science (North-Holland).

To subscribe to BIOMCH-L, send the following command to
LISTSERV%[email protected] via mail text or interactive message:
SUBSCRIBE BIOMCH-L Your_full_name
For example: SUBSCRIBE BIOMCH-L Joan Doe

Coordinators: Anton J. van den Bogert

Herman J. Woltring


BIOMED-L%[email protected]

Mailing list for discussion on the topic of Biomedical Ethics. Since the
field of medicine and medical technology are rapidly changing and the field
is so broad, it is difficult to have clearly delineated rules as to what
should and should not be discussed, but possible topics might include:
Paternalism Fetal Cell Transplant
The Right to Die AIDS
Suicide Patient Autonomy
Abortion Drug Legalization
Euthanasia Respirator Withdrawal
Transplants Allocation of scarce resources
and many others too numerous to list here. The discussions may be ethical,
philosophical, religious, political, social or even, in some cases,
personal. Open discussion, disagreement, and dissent is encouraged. Open
flames are most certainly *not*.

To subscribe to BIOMED-L send the following command to LISTSERV@NDSUVM1:
SUBSCRIBE BIOMED-L your_full_name
where your_full_name is your real name, not your userid. Non-BitNet users
can subscribe by sending the above command in the text/body of a message to
LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Bill Sklar <86730%[email protected]>

BIOSPH-L%[email protected]

This list replaces the now defunct list OZONE@ICNUCEVM. The new name
reflects better the topics discussed. Anything relating to the biosphere,
pollution, CO-2 effect, ecology, habitats, climate, etc., can be discussed.
Basically anything that exerts an influence of some kind or another on the
BioSphere.

New archives will be stored in a monthly notebook. Archives from the old
Ozone List will eventually be transferred to the BIOSPH-L site. Even
though there is no longer a connection to the owners of the old list, the
idea is to continue on from the topics that were being discussed up to when
it went dead.

To subscribe send the following command to [email protected]:
SUBSCRIBE BIOSPH-L Your_full_name
To leave or signoff the list send:
SIGNOFF BIOSPH-L
Non-BitNet users can [un]subscribe by sending the commands in the body text
of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Dave Phillips

BIOTECH%[email protected]
[email protected]

The Biotechnology mailing list is open for:
Software/hardware issues
Announcements
Submission of bulletins
Exchange of ideas and data

Previous bulletins are archived on BIOSERVE server disk. The server
accepts commands from the Subject: line of a message. The request for
information and previous bulletins can be sent to
BIOSERVE%[email protected] or [email protected].

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to BIOTECH%[email protected] or
[email protected].

Coordinator: Deba Patnaik

[email protected]
[email protected]

Mailing list for discussion of issues of bisexuality. Cordial and
civilized exchange of relevant ideas, opinions and experiences between
members of all orientations is encouraged - we do not discriminate on the
basis of orientation, religion, gender, race, etc.

This list is not intended in the spirit of separatism from any other lists
devoted to lesbian, gay and bisexual issues but as an additional resource
for discussion of bisexual concerns in particular; by the same token, the
existence of Bisexu-L should not imply in any way that other discussion
lists are no longer appropriate forums for discussion of bisexuality.

The list of subscribers is confidential for purposes of personal privacy;
excessively rude, obnoxious or abusive postings will not be tolerated.

BitNet users can subscribe by sending the following command to
LISTSERV@BROWVM:
SUBSCRIBE BISEXU-L your_full_name
where "your_full_name" is your real name, not your login Id.
Internet users can subscribe by sending the above command in the text/body
of a message to [email protected].

Coordinator: Bill Sklar <86730%[email protected]>

BIRD_RBA%[email protected]
BIRD_RBA on LISTSERV@ARIZVM1

National Birding Hotline Cooperative

We are pleased to announce BIRD_RBA, the National Birding Hotline
Cooperative list on LISTSERV@ARIZVM1. The list provides a clearing-
house for transcribed birding hotlines from around the country.
Subscribers will receive these transcripts as they are made available
to the list. Subscribers are further invited to submit transcripts
From their area of the country if it is not already represented. A
current list of hotlines available from BIRD_RBA is appended.

Contributions to the list are always welcome and should be sent
in MAIL format to the addresses above. Please note that this is not
intended to be a general chat list. Contributions should either be
transcripts of birding hotlines or, if a local hotline recording is
not available to you, concise statements of species seen and the
location of the sighting, along with any relevant information such as
'out of range,' 'out of normal time frame,' etc.

You may subscribe to BIRD_RBA by sending an interactive SUBSCRIBE
command or by including a SUBSCRIBE command as the ONLY line of a MAIL
message to the addresses listed above.

To cancel your subscription, issue the SIGNOFF command to
LISTSERV@ARIZVM1:

SIGNOFF BIRD_RBA

Do NOT send SIGNOFF or other LISTSERV commands to BIRD_RBA.


The following birding hotlines are currently being transcribed
and shared via the list:

ARIZONA: Phoenix Birding Hotline (602) 832-8745
Transcription by Chuck Williamson

Tucson Birding Hotline (602) 798-1005
Transcription by Chuck Williamson


CALIFORNIA: N. California (San Francisco) (415) 528-0288
Transcription by Joe Morlan

Los Angeles (213) 874-1318
Transcription by Chuck Williamson

San Diego (619) 435-6761
Transcription by Chuck Williamson


COLORADO: Denver Audubon Hotline (303) 423-5582
Transcription by Chuck Williamson


FLORIDA: Florida Keys Hotline (305) 294-3438
Transcription by Norm Saunders


MARYLAND: The Voice of the Naturalist (301) 652-1088
Transcription by Norm Saunders

The Harford Co. Birding Hotline (301) 638-0290
Transcription by Les Eastman


MICHIGAN: Detroit Birding Hotline(616) 471-4919
Transcription by Jeff Price


NEW JERSEY: The Cape May Bird Observatory (609) 884-2626
Transcription by Ed Maccubbin


NEW MEXICO: Statewide Birding Hotline (505) 662-2101
Transcription by Pat Snider


PENNSYLVANIA: The Philadelphia BirdLine (215) 567-2473
Transcription by Norm Saunders

VIRGINIA: The Virginia BirdLine (804) 929-1736
Transcription by Norm Saunders



If you have any questions, problems , or suggestions please send
a note to us at one of the addresses listed below:

Charles B. Williamson (Chuck)
Bitnet address : CHUCKW@EVAX2
Internet address : CHUCKW%[email protected]

Norman C. Saunders (Norm)
Bitnet address : NYS@NIHCU
Internet address : [email protected]


BITNEWS%[email protected]

BITNEWS is the official medium of the BitNet Network Information Center for
distributing BitNet news and administrative developements.

BITNEWS archives are stored on LISTSERV at BITNIC and are created monthly,
and are named in the format BITNEWS LOGyymm. To obtain a list of currently
available files, the command is:
INDEX BITNEWS
The command to obtain a specific file is:
GET BITNEWS file_name
for example,
GET BITNEWS LOG8710

To subscribe to the list, from a VM site on BitNet issue:
TELL LISTSERV AT BITNIC SUBSCRIBE BITNEWS Your_Full_Name
where Your_Full_Name is your real name (not your userid); from a VMS BITNET
site use the SEND/REMOTE command. If you are at a site not on BitNet or
where you cannot send interactive messages, you can send a message to
LISTSERV%[email protected], where the first non-header line
consists of:
SUBSCRIBE BITNEWS Your_Full_Name

Please note that there is no BITNEWS-REQUEST address. Questions, problems,
etc., should be referred to the Editors.

Editors: Judith Molka
Patricia Noeth

BMDP-L%[email protected]

Discussion group for users of BMDP software.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to one of the Coordinators.

Coordinators: Michael Walsh
[email protected] (BitNet)
Sander Wasser
[email protected] (BitNet)

BNFNET-L Biological Nitrogen Fixation MIRCEN

BNFNET-MIRCEN
(Biological Nitrogen Fixation MIRCEN Electronic Network)

"BNFNET-MIRCEN" was establish in 1990 by UNESCO's MIRCEN
(Microbiological Resource Center) Network for Environmental,
Applied Microbiological and Biotechnological Research for
people who have a professional interest in biological
nitrogen fixation (BNF). Members of BNFNET-MIRCEN primarily
use computers to communicate with each other by electronic
mail ("e-mail").

The aims of the Network are the following :
* to provide a forum for the exchange of information,
experiences and scientific results on BNF
* to foster better communication and cooperation among
MIRCENs and between MIRCENs and other organizations
* to encourage and help individuals to use e-mail for
communications in BNF research

BNFNET-L is the name of the electronic mail distribution
list for BNFNET-MIRCEN. Membership in BNFNET-L is open to any
individual who have a professional interest in BNF. To
become a member of BNFNET-MIRCEN and thereby be included in
its mailing list BNFNET-L, send the following message...

SUBSCRIBE BNFNET-L
(e.g. SUBSCRIBE BNFNET-L Akiro Suzuki)

to the following e-mail address : [email protected]
--------
BNFNET-L Activities
BNFNET-L can be used for any scientific purposes
related to BNF, such as forum and exchange of information.
Commercial advertisement is however strictly prohibited. The
members of BNFNET-l have grouped themselves into the
following 6 discussion groups :
* Legume-Rhizobium Group
* Nitrogen Fixing Trees Group
* Genetics/Biochemistry Group
* Free-living Fixers Group
* Culture Collections Group
* Computer Networking Group

On-going discussions (August-Sept 1990) concern
members' research ativities and world facilities for
Rhizobium inoculant production. Members are encouraged to
initiate discussions on topics of special interest to them.
BNFNET-L also serves as an electronic newsletter and
provides information on forthcoming conferences, recent
publications and research profiles of organizations.
Articles from the BNF BULLETIN, published by NifTAL MIRCEN
(Hawaii), are also reproduced in BNFNET-L. Other activities
are being planned.

Services
BNFNET-MIRCEN currently provides two services:
- helps researchers to identify resources of culture
collections
- identifies suitabble e-mail facilities for scientists
who wish to join BNFNET-MIRCEN

For more information, please contact one of the following
BNFNET-MIRCEN coordinators :
Eng-leong FOO [email protected]
(MIRCEN-Stockholm)
Robert HARPER [email protected]
(Co-MIRCEN, Helsinki)


[email protected]
...!uunet!wucs1!dinorah!brass

Mailing list for small ensemble brass musicians and related interested
parties

This is a general discussion group, intended mainly for musicians
performing in small brass ensembles, but with other interested parties
welcome (i.e., wind bands, orchestras, woodwind or percussion players,
composers, etc.). Currently the group has around 20 members, and postings
are infrequent. More members and more postings would make us all happy,
though.

Requests to be added to or deleted from the list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected] or
...!uunet!wucs1!dinorah!brass-request.

List Coordinator: Art Smith
...!uunet!wucs1!dinorah!art

BRS-L%[email protected]

Mailing list for discussion of BRS/Search; a full-text retrieval system
which runs on platforms including MS-DOS, XENIX, BSD 4.3 and AT&T System V
UNIX, IBM VM/CMS and MVS/CICS, and Data General MV series machines. Most of
the subscribers use BRS/Search for library applications but a substantial
number of people have interest in litigation support and
scientific/technical work.

Subscription requests, problems, or questions about BRS-L can be sent
directly to the Coordinator or to POSTMAST%[email protected].

Coordinator: Karl P. Geiger

BtL
"Between the Lines" or "BtL" is a mail group devoted entirely to
Long Island's Debbie Gibson. The BtL moderators organize a
"periodic" (usually monthly) newsletter issue that is sent out
by e-mail to all BtL members. As well, the moderators attempt to
keep BtL members informed of upcoming "events" such as concert
appearances/shows, televised interviews, etc.

If people are interested in joining BtL and/or have questions
concerning BtL, please send e-mail to the following address :

[email protected]

We will give people further information upon receipt of e-mail.



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See INFO-1100@SUMEX-AIM.


BURC%[email protected]

Bogazici University Alumni Group List

Now, there is a non-LISTSERV list available here at TRBOUN. We invite
all BOUNers (old/new/graduated). Its name is BURC coming from:
Bogazici University - Robert College.

Since this is NOT an automatic subscription server, all the subscription
requests should be sent to me including your:
fullname, e-mail adres, year(s) of graduation from BU or RC and dept to
DJAVI%[email protected]


List Owner: Ferhat Djavidan


C-TREE


The C-Tree mailing list provides a forum for the discussion of FairCom's
C-Tree, R-Tree, and D-Tree products. The list is not associated with
FairCom. There are various subscribers using:

Hardware IBM PC, RT, some 68K, HP, VAX, PS/2, Altos
OS DOS, QNX, Microport, SCO Xenix, Unix, HPUX, VMS, AIX, V.3
Applic'ns Accounting, educational, network server, real-time

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, questions, comments,
etc. should be sent to [email protected] or
[email protected].

Coordinator: Tony Olekshy



C18-L%[email protected]

Mailing list for 18th-century discussion. It is open, unmoderated, and
archived on a monthly basis. We hope to attract free-ranging discussion of
topics of interest to students and scholars of the 18th century everywhere.
What the list becomes is up to the contributors, of course, but we hope to
see a wide range of functions - including calls for papers, notes &
queries, arguments, friendly backchat, and so forth.

BitNet users may subscribe by sending the following command via interactive
command or e-mail to LISTSERV@PSUVM:
SUBSCRIBE C18-L Your full name
where "Your full name" is your real name, not your login Id.

Non-BitNet users can join the list by sending the above command as the only
line in the text/body of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Kevin Berland

[email protected]
C370-L@NCSUVM (BitNet)

Mailing list for discussion of the C programming language on
370-architecture machines. Products covered are IBM's new C/370 compiler
(5688-040), the IBM C Program Offering (5713-AAH), Waterloo C, SAS/C, or
any other such implementations.

To subscribe, send the following command to LISTSERV@NCSUVM (BitNet users)
or [email protected] (Internet users):
SUBSCRIBE C370-L your_full_name
where "your_full_name" is your real name, not your login Id.

Coordinator: Chuck Kesler


CANDLE-L%[email protected]
[email protected]

A forum for the discussion of Candle products. Topics could include
installation, performance monitoring, or any other subject related to the
use of Candle products on VM or MVS. These products include OMEGAMON,
EPILOG, AF/REMOTE, CL/CONFERENCE 1000, CL/GATEWAY, CL/MENU, CL/SUPERSESSION
and any other future products.

Archives of CANDLE-L can be listed by sending the command INDEX CANDLE-L to
LISTSERV@UA1VM.

To subscribe to CANDLE-L, send the following command to LISTSERV@UA1VM via
mail text or interactive message:
SUBSCRIBE CANDLE-L your_full_name
where "your_full_name" is your name. For example:
SUBSCRIBE CANDLE-L Joe User
Non-BitNet users should send the command in the text/body of a message to
LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Darren Evans-Young


CANINE-L on LISTSERV@PCCVM CANINE-L Dog Fanciers' Discussion List

The CANINE-L list has been created to discuss matters of interest
to dog owners. A full statement of purpose, plus any applicable
restrictions, will be automatically mailed to new subscribers.

Monthly notebooks will be kept at PCCVM.

To subscribe, send an interactive message or e-mail to
LISTSERV@PCCVM with the following text in the body:

SUB CANINE-L your-full-name

List Owner: W. K. (Bill) Gorman <34AEJ7D@CMUVM>


[email protected] Cards (Sportscards, that is...)

Contact: [email protected]
List Maintainer: [email protected] (Keane Arase)

Purpose: For people interested in collection, speculation and
investing in baseball, football, basketball, hockey and other
trading cards and/or memoribilia. Discussion and want/sell
lists are welcome. Open to anyone.

Membership must be requested and mail path verification is
required before membership is granted.

Keane Arase
[email protected]
-----

CASE-L%[email protected]

Discussion of use of computer techniques in the systems development life
cycle. Includes use of computers to aid in system analysis and design
description (including graphical representation of functions), coding, and
documentation. Emphasis is on *practical* applications, especially those
of value to commercial firms and administrative type computer facilities
(see the soft-eng list for more theoretical discusions).

Monthly archives will be kept; for access, contact the Coordinator.

BitNet users can subscribe by sending the following command to
LISTSERV@UCCVMA via mail or interactive message:
SUB CASE-L your_full_name
where "your_full_name" is your real name, not your login Id. For example:
SUB CASE-L Joan Doe
Non-BitNet users can subscribe by sending the above command to
LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Richard Hintz

[email protected] Contemporary Christian Music

I am starting a new list for discution of contemporary christian
music.

To subscribe: mail to [email protected]

Description: A forum for dicussion of Comtemporary Christian Music.
Album reviews and concert information will be part of the discussion,
as well as info concerning specific artists. If a specific artist
becomes very popular for discussion in this group, then we will start
some new lists devoted just to them.

Owner:
Mark Sentell [email protected]
Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology



CCNET-L%[email protected]

Chinese Computing is a discussion group on technology relating to the use
of Chinese on computers. It is intended to be a forum for both experts and
regular users and to reach wherever computer networks can reach, from North
America to the Far East. Although different people may have different
definitions for Chinese computing, at it's current stage, the technology
for Chinese word processing and desktop publishing software is in the
greatest demand. Discussions will concentrate on this technology as
implemented in both software and hardware.

The focus of the mailing list may change when other technologies become
more important. There have been suggestions that Chinese programming
languages may be a requirement when Chinese data base software gets more
popular. The postings to this group may include:
News of new software, hardware and technology
Product reviews
Comments
Questions and Answers

The list is unmoderated, and archives are available from LISTSERV@UGA.

BitNet users may subscribe by sending the following command to
LISTSERV@UGA:
SUB CCNET-L Your_full_name
where "Your_full_name" is your real name, not your login Id.
Non-BitNet users can join the list by sending the above command as the only
line in the text\/body of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Harold Pritchett

CDROM-L%[email protected]

Mailing list for the discussion of hardware and software issues related to
the design, production, and use of CD-ROM.

BitNet users may subscribe by sending the following command to LISTSERV at

Monthly archives are kept.
UCCVMA via interactive message or e-mail:
SUBSCRIBE CDROM-L Your full name
where "Your full name" is your real name, not your login Id.
Non-BitNet users can join the list by sending the above command as the only
line in the text/body of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Richard Hintz

CDROMLAN on [email protected]
or [email protected]

A new list named CDROMLAN@IDBSU has begun serving those interested in
using CDROM products in LAN environments.

This list will provide an exchange of information on all types of
CDROM products, whether they contain indexes, abstracts, full text,
statistics, graphics, or other data. It will also cover all types of
LAN environments (Banyan, Starlan, Ethernet, Novell, etc.) on all
types of hardware (Mac, IBM, Unix, clones, etc.) Producers of
hardware, LAN software, CDROM products, and integrated CDROM LAN
systems will be encouraged to participate in the discussions and to
answer questions about their products.

The list is owned by Dan Lester, Associate University Librarian at
Boise State University, Boise, Idaho, USA. The list will be
unmoderated.

To join the list, send an interactive message or mail message to
LISTSERV@IDBSU with the text containing the command:
--------

SUB CDROMLAN yourfirstname yourlastname

Owner:
Dan Lester 1910 University Dr. Bitnet: ALILESTE@IDBSU
Library Boise, Idaho 83725 Internet:
Boise State University (208) 385-1234 [email protected]


[email protected]

Mailing-list for the exchange of information on all aspects of cellular
automata and their applications. The list is gatewayed to/from the Usenet
group comp.theory.cell-automata.

Archived messages will be kept at Think.COM in the files:
mail/ca.archive*

There is a LISTSERV-maintained BitNet part of this list, CA-L@MITVMA.
BitNet subscriptions can be managed in the usual way, e.g.:
TELL LISTSERV AT MITVMA SUBSCRIBE CA-L your_full_name
BitNet Notebooks with monthly archives are available from MITVMA from
11/89.
All other requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems,
questions, etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Bruce Walker

CHMINF-L on [email protected] Chemical Information Sources

The Chemical Information Sources list is intended to serve as a
discussion medium and information source for any topic related to
chemistry and the sources used to find information about chemical
compounds. News about existing reference sources, the appearance of
new primary, secondary, or tertiary printed or machine-readable
sources, pricing and availability, bibliographic instruction--all are
fair topics for distribution as long as they have some link to
chemistry.

To subscribe, send mail or a message to [email protected] which
contains the following command in the body:

SUBSCRIBE CHMINF-L yourfirstname yourlastname

Owner: Gary Wiggins [email protected] or [email protected]


[email protected] Computational Chemistry List

The Computational Chemistry List is maintained by Ohio Supercomputer
Center. This list is not restricted to particular computational
chemistry software or methodology. Examples of topics discussed
include: quantum chemistry, molecular mechanics/dynamics, molecular
modeling, molecular graphics, etc.

To subscribe to the list, send a short note stating your name,
affiliation and e-mail address to: [email protected]
or [email protected].

To get more information about the list (rules for posting, accessing
archives, etc.) send the following one-line message to
[email protected] or [email protected]
send help from chemistry
The information will be automatically forwarded to you via e-mail.

Owner:
Mr. Jan Labanowski Ohio Supercomputer Center
E-mail: [email protected] 1224 Kinnear Rd
[email protected] Columbus, OH 43212-1163, USA
Phone: 614-292-9279
FAX: 614-292-7168


CHESS-L%[email protected]

Mailing list to offer to chess players inside the network a way to
communicate, share ideas, and participate in tournaments which can be
organised through the list.

BitNet users can subscribe by sending the following command to
LISTSERV@GREARN:
SUB CHESS-L your_full_name
where "your_full_name" is your real name, not your login id. Non-BitNet
users can subscribe by sending the above command in the body (text) of a
message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Giorgos Kavallieratos

CHRISTIA%[email protected]

Mailing list for discussions on practical Christian life.

Contributions sent to this list are automatically archived. You can obtain
a list of the available archive files by sending an "INDEX CHRISTIA"
command to LISTSERV@FINHUTC. These files can then be retrieved by means of
a "GET CHRISTIA filetype" command, or using the database search facilities
of LISTSERV. Send an "INFO DATABASE" command for more information on the
latter.

To subscribe to CHRISTIA, send the command:
SUB CHRISTIA your_full_name
to LISTSERV@FINHUTC e.g. SUB CHRISTIA "William H. E. Day"
To have your name removed from the CHRISTIA subscriber list, send:
SIGNOFF CHRISTIA
Commands can be sent to LISTSERV@FINHUTC either as interactive messages or
in e-mail (one command per line in the body of the e-mail message).

Coordinator: ??.

CIRCPLUS on [email protected]

The list Circplus has moved from an internet-only operation at UNC to
a new status and home at idbsu. Circplus deals with issues related
to circulation control in libraries, including circulation, shelving,
reserve room or reserve desk operations, stacks maintenance, and so
on. It is [email protected] but to subscribe send mail to
LISTSERV@IDBSU with the body containing the command:
SUB CIRCPLUS yourfirstname yourlastname

Owner:
Dan Lester 1910 University Dr. Bitnet: ALILESTE@IDBSU
Library Boise, Idaho 83725 Internet:


[email protected]

Mailing list for discussion of the network products from cisco Systems,
Inc; primarily the AGS gateway, but also the ASM terminal multiplexor and
any other relavent products. Discussions about operation, problems,
features, topology, configuration, protocols, routing, loading, serving,
etc are all encouraged. Other topics include vendor relations, new product
announcements, availability of fixes and new features, and discusion of new
requirements and desirables.

Archives are available via anonymous ftp from SPOT.COLORADO.EDU in the
subdirectory "cisco".

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, questions, comments,
etc., should be sent to [email protected]. The list is
"slightly" moderated in that you must be validated to send mail to the
list. Sending in a request will get you validated, as will reasonable
attempts to send reasonable messages to the list. Once you are validated,
your messages will be redirected to the whole list without interference.

Coordinator: David Wood

CLASS-L%[email protected]

Mailing list and file server for researchers in classification, clustering,
phylogenetic estimation, and related areas of data analysis. CLASS-L
provides facilities to:

- Enable researchers to mail messages automatically to all subscribers
- Provide researchers with announcements, newsletters, and information
about classification and clustering.

The Coordinators are inviting officials of professional classification
societies to own (and to be responsible for) files which would be
maintained by the SBCCVM file server. Any CLASS-L subscriber can retrieve
these files by issuing appropriate LISTSERV commands. Alternatively, a
CLASS-L subscriber can arrange to receive automatically copies (or
announcements) of files updated by particular societies. We hope officials
of the Member Societies of the International Federation of Classification
Societies will eventually participate in this project as file owners.
Officials from other societies (e.g. Psychometric Society, Willi Hennig
Society, International Association of Pattern Recognition Societies) may
also be interested in participating.

To subscribe to CLASS-L, send the command:
SUB CLASS-L your_full_name
to LISTSERV@SBCCVM e.g. SUB CLASS-L "William H. E. Day"
To have your name removed from the CLASS-L subscriber list, send:
SIGNOFF CLASS-L
Commands can be sent to LISTSERV@SBCCVM either as interactive messages or
in e-mail (one command per line in the body of the e-mail message).

Coordinators: Bill Day
Jim Rohlf

[email protected]

Unmoderated, direct-redistribution mailing list devoted to discussion of
the following topics (among others):

* Concurrent logic programming languages
- Problematic constructs
- Comparisons between languages
* Concurrent constraint programming languages
- Constraint solvers, including those for discrete constraint
satisfaction
- Language issues
* Semantics, proof techniques and program transformations
- Partial evaluation
- Meta interpretation
- Embedded languages
* Parallel Prolog systems
- Restricted And-parallel
- Or-parallel Prolog
* Implementations
- Announcement of software packages
- Reports on performance
- Issues in implementation
* Programming techniques and idioms, applications
- Open systems and distributed computation
- Small demonstration programs
* Seminars, conferences, trip reports etc. related to the above

All messages will be archived and can be obtained on request from the list
coordinator.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected] or to [email protected].

Coordinator: Jacob Levy

CLUB-USM on [email protected]

General Information about Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria.
It is meant to cover all aspects of student life in the University.
Mainly intended for students,graduates, teachers and everybody
related to the University. Subscriptions are wellcome. All Chilean
subsriptions are screened, international ones, are accepted as is.

The Prefered language is spanish, though english is accepted.

Archives of LISTNAME and related files are stored in CLUB-USM
FILELIST. To receive a list of files send the command INDEX CLUB-USM
to [email protected]

To subscribe to CLUB-USM, send the following command to
LISTSERV@UTFSM via mail text or interactive message: SUBSCRIBE
CLUB-USM Your_full_name. For example: SUBSCRIBE CLUB-USM Joe Shmoe

Owner: Douglas Sargent


CLU-SW

Mailing list for exchange of CLU software and for technical discussion of
related topics. This list is identical to the USENET mailing list
`mail.clu'.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to .

Coordinator: Matti Jokinen

CMSUG-L%[email protected]

This list unmoderated discussion for topics that relate to CMS; any related
question is encouraged. The list is intended for the beginner as well as
experienced CMS users.

To subscribe to the list from a VM site on BITNET do:
TELL LISTSERV at UTARLVM1 SUBSCRIBE CMSUG-L Your_Full_Name
where Your_Full_Name is your real name (not your userid). Use the command
TELL LISTSERV HELP for more information.
From a VMS BITNET site use the SEND/REMOTE command.
If you are at a site not on BitNet or where you cannot send interactive
messages, send a message to LISTSERV%[email protected] where
the first non-header line consists of:
SUBSCRIBE CMSUG-L Your_Full_Name
To remove yourself from the list, send:
TELL LISTSERV at UTARLVM1 UNSUBSCRIBE CMSUG-L
or send a message to LISTSERV%[email protected] with:
UNSUBSCRIBE CMSUG-L

Coordinator: Gary Samek

[email protected]

Mailing list for the discussion of the CMU-TEK TCP/IP package for VAX/VMS.

Archives are not currently aviailable.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Dale Moore

CNEDUC-L

ADD CNEDUC-L with myself ( [email protected] ) as the list
contact person. List deals with Computer Networking, not the LAN
type but the reach out and touch communications type of network-
ing. Mainly will be used for K-12 educational arena.

Richard Lee Holbert

CoCo%[email protected]
[email protected]

Discussion related to the Tandy Color Computer (any model), OS-9 Operating
System, and any other topics relating to the "CoCo", as this computer is
affectionately known.

To access COCO files on LISTSERV@PUCC, include the following line at the
top of the message body:
SUBSCRIBE COCO Your Full Name
This command may also be issued by means of the TELL or MSG commands.

BITNET users can subscribe to the list via ListServ, which takes care of
the list processing and distribution. Simply issue a TELL command or MAIL
message to LISTSERV@PUCC with the command:
SUB COCO Your Real Name.

Internet users wishing to be on the list should send mail to the
Coordinator; UUCP users, PLEASE NOTE: a nearby ARPA or BITNET node is
needed to get things through to you reliably, so please send a path in the
form:
[email protected]
All ARPA and BitNet nodes can be reached, but PUCC's UUCP gateway is
unreliable, so this will improve things.

Coordinator: Paul Campbel


[email protected]

Coherent, a $99 unix work-alike from Mark Williams Company, has a
mailing list to support it.

To subscribe, send mail to [email protected]

To post, send mail to coherent@ cs.wisc.edu

COHERENT on [email protected] Coherent Operating System list

Coherent (Coherent Operating System list) is a public discussion and
distribution list dedicated to the Coherent operating system produced
by the Mark Williams Company. Coherent (the list) is completely
independent of Coherent (the operating system) and Mark Williams
Company (the manufacturer).

It is hoped and anticipated that Coherent (the list) will include a
bidirectional gateway to an eventual Usenet newsgroup,
comp.os.coherent.

To subscribe, send request to: ListServ@IndyCMS (CREN)
[email protected] (Internet)
Using the following message text: Sub Coherent Your_full_name

List owners/coordinators: Phillip G Corporon
F3PB88@IrishMVS (CREN)
[email protected] (Internet)

John B Harlan
IJBH200@IndyVAX (CREN)
[email protected] (Internet)



COM-ALG%[email protected]

Mailing list for discussion, inquiry, and the dissemination of information
by professionals in the field of commutative algebra.

Archives of COM-ALG and related files are stored in COM-ALG FILELIST. To
receive a list of files send the command INDEX COM-ALG to LISTSERV@NDSUVM1.

To subscribe to COM-ALG send the following command to LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 via
mailtext or interactive message:
SUBSCRIBE COM-ALG Your_full_name
For example:
SUBSCRIBE COM-ALG Emmy Noether
Non-BitNet users can subscribe by sending the command in a message to
LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Joseph P. Brennan


[email protected]

Mailing list for discussion of the COMMUNE protocol, a TELNET replacement.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Dan Bernstein

COMP-CEN%[email protected]
COMP-CEN on LISTSERV@UCCVMA

COMP-CEN Computer Center Managers' Issue List

This is a list for discussion about the day to day
activities of operating and planning mid to large sized computer
centers.

Scope is wide, but could include:
1) Is it worth it to migrate from wide, fanfold paper to cut
sheet or COM or fiche?
2) How to pick a hot site/chiller/UPS/generator.
3) Samples of evaluation criteria for hardware and software.
4) In general, how to do more with less.

List is open, but target audience consists of hands-on technical
managers and planners.

To subscribe,

TELL LISTSERV@UCCVMA SUBscribe COMP-CEN Firstname Lastname

or send mail with the SUB... in the first line of text to
LISTSERV%[email protected]


List ownter: Rich Hintz


COMP-SCI

A Bitnet newsletter on computer science in Israel.

To subscribe, send a message to LISTSERV%[email protected]
with the body of the letter containing the command:
SUB COMP-SCI Your_Full_Name
where Your_Full_Name; is your title, first name and last name.

Coordinator: Joseph van Zwaren de Zwarenstein


[email protected]

The Computers And Society mailing list was created to provide a forum for
discussion of various issues related to the impact of technology and
information on society. Among the issues being discussed are:

Computers and social responsibility
Dealing with information overload
The classed society in the information age
Public perceptions of computers
The value of information
Dangers and advantages of reliance on machines
Risks of technological dependence
and other related topics

The archives for Computers and Society mailing list reside on host
NIC.DDN.MIL in files:
TS:DIGEST.xx
where xx is the issue number of the individual digest. These may be
FTP'd by ANONYMOUS login, using any password.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to the Coordinator.

Coordinator: Dave Taylor
{uunet!}{decwrl,apple}!limbo!taylor

COMPOS01%[email protected]

The Composition Digest is a moderated weekly newsgroup for the study of
computers and writing, specifically writing instruction in computer-based
classrooms. It is intended to be a forum for writing professionals (those
who must use computers for their writing) and computing professionals
(those who design the hardware and software that writers depend upon) to
meet and discuss issues relevant to both fields, but notes are also welcome
from novice computer writers. There is interest in articles pertaining to,
but not limited by, the following topics:

Human/Factors research and writing environments
Text editor design
Natural Language adjuncts to writing instruction
Writing without paper
Psychological effects of computer writing/instruction
Composition theory applied to computer-based instruction
Anecdotal accounts of computer writing experiences
Using the NET in the classroom
Computer-based conferences
Public domain software for the classroom
Reviews of writing and editing packages
Conference announcements and proceedings
Telecommunications and its effects on language
Computers and the soft sciences
Computers and hearing impaired students
Computers and learning disabled students
Computers and basic writers
Computers and humanists
Computers and writing professionals

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to COMPOS01%[email protected].

Moderator: ??

CONFOCAL%[email protected]

Mailing list dealing with all aspects of confocal microscopy and confocal
microscope design.

BitNet users can subscribe by sending the following command to
LISTSERV@UBVM in an interactive message or the text/body of mail:
SUB CONFOCAL your_full_name
where Your_full_name is your real name, not your login Id.
Non-BitNet users can send the above command to
LISTSERV%[email protected] in the text/body of a message.

Coordinator: Robert G. Summers

CONS-L%[email protected]

This group provides a forum for university computing centre consultants to
discuss such issues as problem tracking, resource management, training, and
consulting strategies.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to one of the Coordinators.

Coordinators: Michael Walsh
[email protected] (BitNet)
Sander Wasser
[email protected] (BitNet)

CONSIM-L on LISTSERV@UALTAVM ([email protected])

Conflict Simulation Games List

CONSIM-L is a new list to provide an unmoderated environment for
discussion of historical conflict simulation games, particularly
the games published in Strategy and Tactics and Command magazines,
but also including boxed games from such publishers as The Avalon
Hill Game Company, Victory Games, and Game Designers Workshop.

The explicit purpose of CONSIM-L is to provide a platform for
discussion of recently published games, but discussion can range
over the general topics of conflict simulation design, military
history, tactics and strategy, game collecting, convention and club
announcements, or any other topic related to conflict simulation
games. As is the case on all unmoderated lists, the discussion and
topics are only limited by the participation and interest of its
subscribers. Subscribers are welcome to take an active role by
posting and/or an inactive role by monitoring the list. Although not
necessary for participation, it shall be assumed that all subscribers
are basically familiar with board wargames.

To subscribe to CONSIM-L, please send mail or file to
LISTSERV@UALTAVM or [email protected] and place in
the body of the text the line

SUB CONSIM-L .

This list does not support any archive functions.

CONTEX-L on LISTSERV@UOTTAWA

CONTEX-L is an academic special interest group (also known as a
Listserv List) for all who are interested in the cross-disciplinary
analysis of ancient texts. This list provides a forum for the
scholarly, informal and polite discussion of the social worlds behind
and within the texts of antiquity, including those of the Hebrew
bible, early Christianity, Rabbinic Judaism and all the literature
associated with the Graeco-Roman world.

Any discussion which involves cross (inter/multi) disciplinary
modeling and analysis and attempts to move beyond *intuitive*
historical criticism is considered valid. Such methodologies include
and encompass social-scientific criticism, feminist hermeneutics,
sociological exegesis, social history, political science,
psychohistory, and anthropology (social, cultural, symbolic
linguistic...).

To subscribe send mail or an interactive message to LISTSERV@UOTTAWA
on BITNET with the text containing the command --------
sub CONTEX-L firstname lastname
where firstname lastname is your own name (do not include id).

Any queries concerning CONTEX-l should be send to
Michael Strangelove <[email protected]> University of Ottawa


[email protected]

A few months ago (during a discussion of Merit, Inc. and stuff)
someone mentioned a mailing list devoted to discussing the
commercialization of the internet. Can someone send me a pointer to

The name of the list is "com-priv". I don't have copy of the
description of what is supposed to be discussed on the list, but the
archives should give you a good idea. The list is not mentioned in
the ARPANET list of lists (nisc.sri.com:/netinfo/interest-groups), nor
in any other list of mailing lists that I am aware of, so you're
forgiven for asking here rather than looking it up yourself ๐Ÿ™‚

Back issues can be ftp'd from

com-priv uu.psi.com:/archive/com-priv/

Requests to join go to [email protected].

CORRYFEE on [email protected]

CORRYFEE
Online Information Service
of the
Faculty of Economics and Econometrics
University of Amsterdam
the Netherlands

In 1991 the Faculty of Economics of the University of Amsterdam, the
Netherlands will start an experiment with the electronic mailing
system CORRYFEE. This mailing system is intended to serve as an
information distribution system for researchers in the fields of
Economics, Econometrics and Management. If you have an electronic
mailbox connected to a major network it is possible to subscribe,
free of charge, to our mailing system CORRYFEE. If you are a bitnet
user you can subscribe automatically by just sending an electronic
mail to the bitnet address

The first line of this electronic mail should contain the following
text
SUBSCRIBE CORRYFEE full name

An example:
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CRTNET%[email protected]

Communication Research and Theory NETwork. Discusses all aspects of human
communication.

BitNet users may subscribe by sending this interactive message command to
LISTSERV@PSUVM:
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Others may subscribe by sending mail to T3B%[email protected].

Moderator: Tom Benson

cryonics
Contact: ...att!whscad1!kqb -or- [email protected] (Kevin Q. Brown)

Purpose: Cryonic suspension is an experimental procedure whereby
patients who can no longer be kept alive with today's medical abilities
are preserved at low temperatures for treatment in the future.
This list is a forum for topics related to cryonics, which include
biochemistry of memory, low temperature biology, legal status of
cryonics and cryonically suspended people, nanotechnology and cell
repair machines, philosophy of identity, mass media coverage of cryonics,
new research and publications, conferences, and local cryonics group
meetings.
- Kevin Q. Brown
...att!whscad1!kqb
[email protected]


CSEMLIST%[email protected]

Mailing list run by the journal of Computer Science in Economics and
Management Science; it is intended to serve as an information distribution
system for researchers in the field of Computer Science in Economics and
Management.

BitNet users can subscribe by sending electronic mail to SARASERV@HASARA11
with the text (body) of the message containing the line:
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Non-BitNet users can subscribe by sending a similar message to
A601HANS%[email protected].

Moderator: Hans M. Amman


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A digest-style mailing list devoted to topics of interest to the CSNET
community. The CSNET staff contributes informal announcements,
up-to-the-minute news, and special features. The CSNET-FORUM is sent to
CSNET liaisons and to local mailing lists and bulletin boards on CSNET
hosts. New issues appear several times a year.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected] or [email protected].

Coordinator: Charlotte Mooers


CSP-L%[email protected]

Mailing list to discuss the problems about the maintenance, installation
and administration of CSP (Cross System Product); it is not a User Group.
Mostly technical issues will be discussed.

Requests to be added to or deleted from the list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to the Coordinator.

Coordinator: Esra Delen


[email protected]

The Rubik's Cube mailing-list. Much of the information in the Scientific
American article was presented in Cube-Lovers first; also many mathematical
discussions have taken place as well as the development of a cube notation
and various transformations used to solve it. Recently this list has been
very quiet.

Messages are archived in the MIT-AI files
ALAN;CUBE MAIL(0 1 2 ...)
with the most recent messages in
ALAN;CUBE MAIL

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Alan Bawden

[email protected]

Introductory Circuit Analysis

PURPOSE:
This list was created to discuss all aspects of the introductory
course in circuit analysis for electrical engineering undergraduates.
The discussion will focus upon sharing thoughts, ideas, and teaching
strategies focused upon the introductory circuits course for
electrical engineering majors. Participants include faculty,
students, and other interested individuals. Discussion is
concentrated on the introductory circuits course, other topics are not
permitted. Topics include but are not limited to:

1. Teaching approaches.
2. Classroom techniques.
3. Laboratory skills/tools.
4. Design methods.
5. Theory and practice of circuit analysis.
6. Simulators and simulations.
7. Role played by circuits course development in the faculty
reward system.
8. E_mail? Another teaching tool? Student access?
9. Authoring new teaching approaches; reporting efforts;
available journals and practices.
10. Integrating design into the introductory circuits course.
11. Integrating research into the introductory circuits course.
12. Solving assigned problems.
13. Textbook reviews.

SUBSCRIBE: Note Carefully!
To subscribe to CIRCUITS-L send an e_mail message to

[email protected]

This message MUST contain the following information:
1. Name
2. e_mail address
3. Home Phone, Business Phone, FAX (including area code)
4. U.S. Postal address (including ZIP code)

For Example:
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CUMREC-L%[email protected]

The list is intended for anyone involved with computer use in college and
university administration, especially for non-technical administrators; it
is named after the annual conference. Topics include, but are not limited
to:

Purchase of administrative software from vendors--advice from some
campuses that may not be on a vendors list of *showcases*

General purpose software and hardware purchase--not nuts and bolts, but
some general sharing of ideas

You've decided to write a major administrative system from scratch--
will someone share something with you so you don't need to re-invent the
wheel?

The CUMREC conference itself--sharing information, keeping in touch with
people we've met at past conferences.

Just about anything that a CUMREC paper could be written on.

To subscribe to the list, send mail to the Coordinator if you can't use
LISTSERV commands or do:
TELL LISTSERV at NDSUVM1 SUB CUMREC-L your_full_name
from any system that will let you use TELL or send the command::
SUB CUMREC-L your name
as the only text in a message to LISTSERV@NDSUVM1.

Note: this list has the option SEND=PRIVATE which means that only people
who are current subscribers can send to the list. This is not intended to

discourage participation, but to encourage subscription and to help avoid
some types of mailer loops. If you want to send something to the list,
simply subscribe to the list first by following the above instructions.

Coordinator: Joe Moore


CVNET%[email protected]

The Color and Vision Network; the purpose is to make people in vision
research and in color research who utilize e-mail communication known to
each other. Mass mailing can also be easily done, so announcements
supplied to CVNET@YORKVM1 get distributed to the subscriber list. Another
activity is the compilation of a key word list that describes the
activities of those listed.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to CVNET%[email protected].

Coordinator: Peter K. Kaiser

CW-MAIL%[email protected]

Mailing list for discussion of campus-wide electronic mail systems. The
recent developments in computer networking have created the need for
unified E-mail systems, capable of handling mail-type communications among
users on many different kinds of computers (mainframes, superminis, minis,
personal computers), working for the same organization. This communication
can be within the organization or directed to other users on the different
networks (BitNet, ARPA Internet, etc.). This list strives to provide a
forum for developers of such systems. Topics to be discussed are how to
carry out such an effort, experiences in the implementation, recommended
policies, hardware issues, etc. It is aimed primarily (but not limited to)
developers of university campus-wide e-mail systems.

In an effort to assure a productive environment, subscription will be
filtered by the list Coordinators, who may require additional information
before a subscription request is accepted (curious bystanders clogging up
the network are not desired). The list itself is unmoderated. Monthly
notebooks are kept.

BitNet users may subscribe by sending the following command to
LISTSERV@TECMTYVM via interactive message or mail:
SUBSCRIBE CW-EMAIL Your full name
where "Your full name" is your real name, not your login Id.
Non-BitNet users can join the list by sending the above command as the only
line in the text/body of a message to
LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Juan M. Courcoul


CWIS-L%[email protected]

Mailing list for discussing the creation and implimentation of campus-wide
information systems. The term CWIS includes systems which make information
and services publicly available on campus via kiosks, interactive computing
systems and/or campus networks. Services routinely include directory
information, calendars, bulletin boards, databases and library information.

BitNet users may subscribe by sending the following command to
LISTSERV@WUVMD via interactive message or mail:
SUB CWIS-L Your full name
where "your full name" is your real name, not your login Id.
Non-BitNet users can join the list by sending the above command as the only
line in the text\/body of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Comments, questions, etc., should be directed to the Coordinator.

Coordinator: Steve Middlebrook

Cyber-L%[email protected]

Network digest for people who support and/or install Control Data (CDC)
systems. In general, any topic which may be of general interest to people
who support and/or install CDC systems is relevant to the digest,
including:

Problem reports and solutions, including information from the
support system, SOLVER.
Requests for help concerning problems on CDC systems.
Announcements and reviews of new products or upgrades to products,
including CDC supplied as well as site supplied products.
Installation experiences/problems encountered when installing
products: things to watch out for; things to avoid.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to Info%[email protected].

Coordinator: ??

[email protected]
CYBSYS-L%[email protected]
[email protected]

The Cybernetics and Systems mailing list is an open list serving those
working in or just interested in the interdisciplinary fields of Systems
Science, Cybernetics, and related fields (e.g. General Systems Theory,
Complex Systems Theory, Dynamic Systems Theory, Computer Modeling and
Simulation, Network Theory, Self-Organizing Systems Theory, Information
Theory, Fuzzy Set Theory). The list is coordinated by members of the
Systems Science department of the Watson School at SUNY-Binghamton, and is
affiliated with the International Society for the Systems Sciences (ISSS)
and the American Society for Cybernetics (ASC).

To subscribe, send the following command to LISTSERV@BINGVMB via mail or
interactive message:
SUB CYBSYS-L your_full_name
where "your_full_name" is your name. For example: SUB CYBSYS-L Joan Doe
Non-BitNet users can subscribe by sending the text:
SUB CYBSYS-L your_full_name
in the body of a message to [email protected] or
LISTSERV%[email protected].
To unsubscribe send the following command:
UNSUB CYBSYS-L

Coordinator: Cliff Joslyn

DANCE-L%[email protected]
DANCE-L on LISTSERV@HEARN

The purpose of DANCE-L is to create a global electronic forum
and medium for information exchange between all who are
interested in folkdance and traditional dance.

To subscribe to DANCE-L send a message or MAIL to one of the
addresses above:
SUB DANCE-L your full name
eg.
SUB DANCE-L Ginger Rogers


Description of List


PURPOSE

DANCE-L was initiated by Leo van der Heijden in May 1990 to
motivate all the peoples of the world to get to know and to
appreciate each other's dances and to stimulate the use of
computers in this field of human activities.

Dance should unite!

GROUPS AIMED AT

This list hopes to contribute to a better contact between
dancers, dancing masters, choreographers, dance documentalists,
choreologists, organizers of folkloristic festivals and
performances, dance and folklore organizations, publishers of
dance books, records, videotapes.

The information in this list should concentrate on: addresses
of the above-mentioned groups, terminology, bibliographies,
discographies, facts on historic and social backgrounds of
folkdance, dance and choreography descriptions, costumes,
announcements and reports of performances and festivals.

SPECIAL PROJECTS

The list participants will be stimulated to actively engage and
share responsibility in a number of projects:

* to establish an INTERNATIONAL FOLKDANCE DATABASE, by using a
standard exchange record format, with the dance name as the
main entry.

* to establish a FOLKDANCE DOCUMENTATION DATABASE, also by
using a standard exchange record format, with book or article
title as the main entry.

* to establish a MULTILINGUAL FOLKDANCE TERMINOLOGY DATABASE,also
by using a standard exchange record format, with the
English term as the main entry.


[email protected]

Mailing list for Dave Barry discussions.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Moderator: Brian Preble

DB2-L%[email protected]

This list is intended to serve those interested in discussions of IBM's DB2
Data Base Product and any associated topics such as SQL and QMF.

Archives of DB2-L back issues can be listed by sending the command INDEX
DB2-L to LISTSERV@AUVM.

To subscribe, send the following command to LISTSERV@AUVM:
SUB DB2-L your_full_name
where "your_full_name" is your name, not your login Id. For example:
SUB DB2-L Joan Doe
Non-BitNet users can subscribe by sending the above command in the
text/body of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Patty Burke

DBASE-L%[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]

Mailing list dedicated to the use of the dBase language for manipulating
databases. Emphasis will be given on comments of how to build and maintain
working systems using any of the dialects of these lenguages (Clipper, Fox,
dbase II, III, IV, etc). Users of the list are encouraged to participate
on topics such as: transaction processing, system implementation on
networks, concurrency, library construction, modular design, function
design, etc. All the above topics will be treated under the light of the
dBase language, so the focus will be on implementing algorithms using this
language.

BitNet users can subscribe by issuing the following command:
TELL LISTSERV AT TECMTYVM SUBSCRIBE DBASE-L Your_full_name
Example:
TELL LISTSERV AT TECMTYVM SUBSCRIBE DBASE-L Mary Doe
or the equivalent for sending messages, if your operating system is not
VM/SP.
Non-BitNet users can join by sending a message to
[email protected] with the one-line command "SUBSCRIBE DBASE-L
Your_full_name" in the body/text (*NOT* in the Subject: field).

Owner: Agustin Gonzalez Tuchmann




[email protected]
[email protected]
D-Flames@VIRGINIA (BitNet)
...!uunet!virginia!dead-flames (uucp)

Digest for fans of Grateful Dead music. The list is bidirectionally
gatewayed with the USENET newsgroup rec.music.gdead. A digest is created
and distributed at least once per day, more often if traffic warrants.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected] or
[email protected] (Internet), DF-Req@Virginia
(BitNet), or ...!uunet!virginia!dead-flames-request (uucp).

Coordinator: Marc Rouleau

[email protected]
[email protected]
D-Heads@VIRGINIA (BitNet)
...!uunet!virginia!dead-heads (uucp)

Mailing list for Grateful Dead music fans who don't have time to read
Dead-Flames but want to hear about upcoming shows, ticket availability,
ride-sharing, etc.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected] or
[email protected] (Internet), DH-Req@VIRGINIA
(BitNet), or ...!uunet!virginia!dead-heads-request (uucp).

Coordinator: Marc Rouleau

DASP-L on [email protected] Digital Acoustic Signal Processing

This is to annonce an electronic mailing list for the discussion of
digital acoustic signal processing and related subjects. Topics
include:

Digital Signal Processing Techniques in Time and
Frequency Domain,
Advanced Spectral Analysis Methods,
Applications of Neural Networks in Acoustics,
Efficient Computational algorithms.

To subscribe, send e-mail or tell to [email protected] with the
following command in the body or text:

subscribe DASP-L your_first_name your_surname

Coordinator: Frantisek Kadlec BITNET, EARN : FKADLEC@CSEARN
Czech Technical University
Prague, Czechoslovakia


DEVEL-L@AUVM
[email protected]

A public discussion list for all persons interested in technology transfer
in international development. The list is sponsored by Volunteers in
Technical Assistance (VITA), a private, nonprofit, voluntary organization
for humanitarian assistance established in 1959. Subscribers discuss
their shared interests in the list's subject, which can include current
news, new books, computers and communications in development, other new
technologies, personal experiences, entrepreneurship, relations between
technology and the amelioration of poverty in Third World countries,
projects, organizations, and educational programs, but need not be
restricted to these topics. Subscribers automatically receive VITA's
monthly newsletter.

To subscribe, send mail text or interactive message to LISTSERV@AUVM or
[email protected] that reads as follows: SUB DEVEL-L
You may leave the list at any time by sending a "SIGNOFF DEVEL-L" command
to LISTSERV@AUVM. To post a message to all subscribers, use the address
DEVEL-L@AUVM.

For editorial correspondence on the newsletter or messages to VITA, use the
address VITA@GMUVAX; please don't use it for other purposes.

Coordinator: R. R. Ronkin, VITA Volunteer, VITA@GMUVAX.


DIABETIC on LISTSERV@PCCVM

As of today I have established a forum for the open discussion of
diabetic concerns by the people directly involved - the diabetic
patient. I take this move because my wife is also a diabetic with
advanced complications. I feel that an open forum for those most
affected that is free from criticism is sorely needed.

To subscribe to this list send a message or MAIL to LISTSERV@PCCVM
on BITNET with the content containing the command:

SUBSCRIBE DIABETIC your full name

R N Hathhorn, VM Systems Support | Portland Community College
Computer Services Department | P. O. Box 19000
Sylvania Campus: CCB27c | 12000 S. W. 49th Ave.
(503) 244-6111 ext. 4705 | Portland Oregon 97219
[email protected]

[email protected] Biosym Technologies Software Users

A mailing list has been started for users of Biosym Technologies,
Inc. software. This includes the following products:

InsightII: visualization and manipulation of biological macromolecules
Discover: molecular mechanics, molecular dynamics, E. minimization
Dmol: LDF quantum chemistry calculations
Homology: protein model-building tool
Delphi: electrostatic-field calculations on biological macromolecules
Polymer: calculations on polymer chains

This list is not run by Biosym; however, several of their in-house
people subscribe, and may contribute from time to time.

To subscribe (or, later, to unsubscribe, if you wish!) send
electronic mail containing your full name and affiliation to:
[email protected]
-------------
If you wish some path other than what appears on the "From:" line to
be your offical dibug address, say so in the body of your epistle.
Once I get it and add you, I'll send you the Official Introduction,
receipt of which will indicate that I hear you and you hear me.

To post to the list, send mail to:
[email protected]

Oh, yes: this list is undigested and unmoderated. In fact, it is
barely coordinated! However, I have agreed to take on that onorous
task. If you have reason to believe that email isn't getting
through, you can write to me personally as
[email protected] (first choice), or
[email protected] (second choice), or as
[email protected] (way down on the list).

Finally a disclaimer. DIBUG stands for "Discover Insight Biosym
Users' Group." Any resemblance to any other term commonly in use
among the computationally literate is purely coincidental. ๐Ÿ™‚

Owner:
Peter S. Shenkin, Department of Chemistry
Barnard College, New York, NY 10027
(212)854-1418
[email protected] [email protected]


[email protected]

Digest devoted to computer and video game reviews, with interested in just
about any games that run on computers, including IBM PC, Atari, Amiga,
Macintosh, Apple II and Unix computers, as well as video games for the
Nintendo, Sega, NEC, Atari, and so on. It also covers games for the
portable market (e.g. the Atari Lynx and Nintendo GameBoy).


This is a *REVIEWS ONLY* mailing list, with all submissions edited to fit
into a common and consistent format. Discussion of the relative merits of
different gaming computers, technical discussion of resolution required to
display 3D graphics, and general flaming and hostility will be left to the
many different forums appropriate for that type of discussion.

To subscribe to the digest, send your request to
[email protected].

Coordinator: Dave Taylor


DIPL-L%[email protected]

Mailing list dedicated to the game Diplomacy as played via electronic mail.
In addition to facilitating discussion, the Coordinator tracks the
progress of all games ongoing or in formation, keeps the statistics of
completed games, and helps find substitute players in case of need.

BitNet users can subscribe by sending the message
SUBSCRIBE DIPL-L your_full_name
[email protected] (Internet users send mail to
LISTSERV%[email protected]). In case of problems, mail can be
sent directly to the Coordinator.

Editors: Eric Klien
Jon Monsarrat

DISARM-L%[email protected]

DISARM-L provides discussions of military and political strategy,
technology, sociology, and popular peace activism involved in accelerating
disarmament of nuclear, conventional ,chemical and biological weapons.
Also discussion of other destabilizing actions such as suprpower
intervention and exploitation of the 3rd world. Soviet, WTO, European,
Asiatic and Latin American participants welcomed!
Also see DISARM-D for a monthly-Digest form of the list.

Those with interactive BITNET communication can subscribe and also access
the monthly logs by issuing the command:
TELL LISTSERV@ALBNYVM1 INDEX DISARM-L
and the command:
TELL LISTSERV@ALBNYVM1 GET DISARM-L LOGyymm
Those without interactive BitNet access should send requests to the
Moderator by E-mail.

Moderator: Donald Parsons

DISARM-D%[email protected]

The list that stores and distributes the monthly digests. Interactive
users can obtain these directly as disarm-d logyymm.
Also see DISARM-L for an immediate-redistribution (mailing list) form of
the Digest.

Those with interactive BITNET communication can subscribe and also access
the monthly logs by issuing the command:
TELL LISTSERV@ALBNYVM1 INDEX DISARM-D
and the command:
TELL LISTSERV@ALBNYVM1 GET DISARM-D LOGyymm
Those without interactive BitNet access should send requests to the
Moderator by E-mail.

Moderator: Donald Parsons

DISASTER RESEARCH
(BitNet)

The Disaster Research Center at the University of Delaware moderates an
electronic teleconference entitled DISASTER RESEARCH. The teleconference
is designed to enable sociologists and other scholars to exchange
information and share expertise in areas of common research interest. The
discussion groups take on a sociological approach, as they look at human
social behavior within organizations and communities during times of
disaster. Sub-areas include:

Interactive newsletter: latest developments in disaster research field.
Hotline: notification network to dispatch teams to large-scale
community emergencies, and for coordination between research units.
Bulletin board: upcoming reports & publications, conferences, new
database releases, resources for visitors.
Research: discussion groups, messages from visiting faculty,
inter-library communication to track fugitive disaster-related
literature.
Education: interdisciplinary liaison with scholars primarily involved
in other fields, contact with professionals in corporate and
government offices work in emergency management.

The actual messages are transmitted via a special distributed server called
GRAND (GRAND@UDACSVM) with peers located worldwide. The system operates 24
hours per day and contributions may be made via RFC822 mail, PUNCH format,
class M. Copies of previous postings are available on request from the
server.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to the Coordinators.

Coordinators: Mary Fran Myers
David Butler (BitNet)

DISSPLA%[email protected]

Mailing list for news and information exchange concerning DISSPLA. DISSPLA
(Display Integrated Software System and Plotting LAnguage) is a high-level
FORTRAN graphics subroutine library designed for programmers in
engineering, science and business. The list is intended for users and
maintainers of DISSPLA. Topics include programming hints, bugs and fixes,
implementation on various operating systems and I/O devices.

To subscribe to the list send the command:
SUB DISSPLA your_full_name
(where your_full_name is your real name, not your userid/logonid) to
[email protected] either in an interactive message (TELL/SEND) or as
the only line of text in the BODY of mail.
Non-BitNet users can join by sending the SUB command in the text/body of a
message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Zvika Bar-Deroma

[email protected]
[email protected]

An unmoderated list for discussing large scale distributed object systems.

If you are interested in joining the mailing list, please send mail using
any of the addresses below. To help introduce each other, it would be nice
if you could include something about what your interests are, and maybe
something about what areas you are working in.

Internet domain address: [email protected]
Old style arpa address: distobj-request%[email protected]
USA usenet address: ...!hplabs!hplb!distobj-request
UK usenet address: [email protected]

Coordinator: Harry Barman

DJ-L%[email protected]

Mailing list for campus radio DJ's, station managers, etc., to discuss
various topics concerning college radio today, including federal and campus
regulations, station policy discussions, equipment reviews, etc. (but not
MUSIC reviews, there is a separate list for that).

BitNet users may subscribe to the list by sending the following command to
LISTSERV@NDSUVM1:
SUB DJ-L Your full name
where "Your full name" is your real name, not your login Id. Not-BitNet
users can join by sending the above command as the only line in the
text/body of a message to [email protected].

Coordinator: Andrew Tabar

DKB-L on [email protected] DKB Ray Tracer
DKBGUI on [email protected] DKB Graphical User Interface
DKBPORT on [email protected] DKB Ray Tracer Porting

This list concentrates on the DKB Ray Tracer that is developped by
David Buck. We also intend to archive the various versions of this
software and art work created with this package.

To join, issue: SUB DKB-L Firstname Lastname to LISTSERV@TREARN


Greetings.. Now that our general-purpose DKB-L is working well, I'd
like to announce two more discussion lists, DKBGUI and
[email protected]

DKBGUI is designated to work on a graphical interface for DKB, and
DKBPORT is concerned about porting DKB Ray Tracer to other platforms.

to join either, send:
SUB listname Your_Full_Name
(where "listname" is either DKBGUI or DKBPORT)

to [email protected] in the body of a mail message. You may put
more than one command in your mail file, for example to subscribe to
both lists. Put these commands on separate lines in your mail
message.

Mailings for the list must go to either [email protected] or,
[email protected].

Regards, -turgut



Donosy ([email protected]) Subject: "Donosy" mailing list

I maintain a mailing list for distribution of a news bulletin from
Poland. It is a volunteer effort, send 5 days a week from Warsaw,
summarizing the events there. It is also translated into English here,
and I maintain the English edition mailing list as well. Please
post this information in the summary of mailing lists you handle.
Sincerely
przemek

[email protected] MD-DOS/IP Package

Welcome to the MD-DOS/IP Mailing List! Thanks to the continuing
efforts of Tracy Logan of Lafayette there is now an _official_ place
for users and administrators to discuss their successes and failures
using the University of Maryland and IBM's MD-DOS/IP package.

I am one of the developers of DOS/IP and will be the administrator of
this mailing list. It will be unmoderated. To send mail to the
list, use the following id: [email protected] and requests
to be added to the list should be addressed to:
[email protected].

If you anticipate many users at your site being interested in being
part of this list, please arrange for a local mail reflector /
exploder.

All articles posted on this list are being archived here at Maryland.
The archive is available via anonymous ftp from terminus.umd.edu and
is in the file dosip-list in the anonymous root directory.

The developers of DOS/IP here at the University of Maryland will be
reading this list and may address concerns here as suits their
individual ability and inclination.

List Owner:
Billy E. Taylor, Jr. (301) 403-4611
Comp Sci Ctr, U of MD [email protected] edu
College Pk, MD 20842


[email protected]
[email protected]
DRUGABUS%[email protected]

A forum for issues related to community drug abuse education and the
epidemiology and study of drug abuse. It is run by the Office of Substance
Abuse Studies at the University of Maryland at Baltimore.

VM BitNet users can subscribe with the command:
TELL LISTSERV AT UMAB SUBSCRIBE DRUGABUS your name
Other BitNet and Internet users ca subscribe by sending a request to the
Coordinator or directly to the list address.

Coordinator: Treat Tschirgi



DTP-L on [email protected] Desktop Publishing Digest

Many users throughout internet, bitnet & elsewhere have expressed an
interest in starting a digest to exchange information on desktop
publishing in general, and on the subtleties and complexities of
specific programs, including, but not limited to, Quark Xpress, Aldus
PageMaker and FreeHand, Adobe Illustrator, Ventura Publisher,
Framemaker, Interleaf, and Fontographer. Please note that these
would not be system level discussions; they would deal more at the
user-level. Also, technical discussions of PostScript for its own
sake (and not how it related to these programs) would be covered in
the PostScript forums and digests.

Caveats aside, every user of these and other programs has discovered
some excellent work-arounds, irritating problems, or elegant
solutions. These could be shared for the benefit of all. I have
also set up contacts with Quark, and I'm receiving quick shipment of
Zappers and other software to be available to list members and the
net_community at large. Hopefully similiar agreements can be made
with other publishers.

Some emphasis will be placed on use of service bureaus and medium- to
high-resolution output devices (Linotronics, Agfas, Varitypers, etc.)
without becoming overly technical.

The list organizers (myself and Jeff Wasilko of RIT) also have
conventional typesetting backgrounds, and we manage service bureaus
at our schools.

The list is called DTP-L. To subscribe, execute the CMS command:
tell listserv@yalevm subscribe DTP-L firstname middleinit lastname

Or send a mail to listserv@yalevm (or [email protected])
which contains as its first & only line (substitute your name for
firstname, etc.):

subscribe dtp-l firstname middleinit lastname

Because this is a digest, items of interest should NOT be sent to the
listserver for efficiency's sake. Send submissions to:

[email protected]
or to
[email protected]

These submissions will be edited & compiled. When collected items
reach 30K they will be distributed through the listserver mechanism
to all subscribers.

If you cannot subscribe through conventional means, please contact
Glenn Fleishman at the above address. Put "subscription" in the
subject field of the memo.

Owners:
Jeff Wasilko, Rochester Institute of Technology Communications Dept.
Glenn Fleishman, Yale University Printing Service


[email protected] DECTalk

DTK-L is a new list to provide an unmoderated environment where
issues, questions, comments, ideas, and uses of Digital's DECTalk can
be discussed.

The explicit purpose of DTK-L is to provide timely interchange
between subscribers, to provide a forum where interesting questions
can be addressed within the context of interactive exchange between
many individuals, to discuss the evolution and application of
DECTalk. The discussions of DTK-L will be archived for reference.
As is the case on all unmoderated lists, the discussion and topics
are only limited by the participation and interest of its
subscribers. Subscribers are welcome to take an active role by
posting to DTK-L or an inactive role by monitoring the list.

To subscribe to DTK-L, please send a MAIL message to:
[email protected] ----
The body of this MAIL message should be one line and contain the words:
SUBSCRIBE DTK-L

******Please note******
[email protected] is not supported by the conventional interactive
VM-based LISTSERV, but is instead entirely MAIL oriented.

Questions regarding this announcement should be addressed to the
List Owner: James Horn


DylanDog on [email protected]

The first Net-fan Club dedicated to the famous comic DylanDog.

This list will also deal with the world of Horror fiction in
general. You can send Infos, poems, stories, all that you like, but
it must deal with Horror (so don't send the evening news!).

WARNING: the list should be in Italian, but it will accept mail in
any language it is written. For any question, idea, etc. contact the
listowner:

Davide Bianchini [email protected]


DYNA-L on [email protected]

Discussion list about the mainframe spreadsheet DYNAPLAN, by Dynasoft
Corp. Subscription is Open.

PS. It is my hope that someone from Dynasoft will eventually
subscribe to the list.

Owner:
Chris Barnes x045cb@tamvm1 (BITNET)
(409) 845-8300 [email protected] (Internet)


DynSys-L%[email protected]

The Dynamical System is a mailing list for the exchange of information
among people working in ergodic theory and dynamical systems. Almost all
kinds of contributions are welcome, especially:

Abstracts Illuminating comments
Open problems Historical remarks
News items Reviews
Announcements of meetings Conference reports
Address changes Bibliographies
Examples Work planned or in progress
Questions Anecdotes, jokes, puzzles.

The list will be maintained by a list-server facility called NEWSERV, which
acts as a userid at the BitNet node UNCVM1. To be added to or deleted from
this list, see the following directions, or send a message to one of the
Coordinators.

BitNet users can use the ADD command to add their name to a list:

For users at remote IBM/VM sites the following format is used:
TELL NEWSERV AT UNCVM1 ADD DYNSYS-L username

At UTSO use the VMSG command send to userid NEWSERV, node UNCVM1, and a
message of ADD DYNSYS-L username.

VAX/VMS sites running jnet version 2 use the ADD command like this:
SEND NEWSERV@UNCVM1 ADD DYNSYS-L username

BitNet users with other environments can contact their local user services
group for assistance. Users without interactive messaging capability, or
non-BitNet users can send a request to ULTIMA@UNCVM1
(ULTIMA%[email protected]) or to one of the list Coordinators to
have their names added to the list.

The DROP command is used to remove a name from a list:

For remote IBM/VM sites, the DROP command is used like this:
TELL NEWSERV AT UNCVM1 DROP DYNSYS-L

At UTSO use the VMSG command send to userid NEWSERV, node UNCVM1, and a
message of DROP DYNSYS-L.

VAX/VMS sites with jnet version 2 can use this command:
SEND NEWSERV@UNCVM1 DROP DYNSYS-L

Coordinators: Karl Petersen
Doug Lind

E-HUG on [email protected] Computing in Hebrew

The new list E-HUG@DARTCMS1 provides for distribution of the
Electronic Hebrew Users Newsletter. The newsletter is the successor
to the print publication, "Hebrew Users Group Newsletter" which was
edited by Jack Love, and emanated from the Berkeley Hillel Foundation
through 1989.

This incarnation is electronic-only, and is mandated, like the
original, to cover all things relating to use of Hebrew, Yiddish,
Judesmo, and Aramaic on computers. It is released as time permits
and information demands, currently every 1-2 weeks. This newsletter
is dedicated to the proposition that computers, to be useful, must be
usable to people working in all languages, at the convenience of
those users. In that spirit, we print all questions pertaining to
use of the Hebrew alphabet on computers and answer all those that we
can. We encourage discussion on all levels of computer
facility--from new users looking for software or Hebrew-related
resources (educational, graphic, or otherwise), to discussions by
developers on how the software should work (when it works :-)). We
also do our best to report on new software (or updates) of interest
and to serve as a general news source to the field.

The list is maintained via LISTSERV and subscription may be obtained
by the usual mechanism of sending the command
SUB E-HUG yourfirstname yourlastname
to LISTSERV@DARTCMS1.

Questions may be directed to the list owner, Ari Davidow
. Archives may be obtained from
LISTSERV@DARTCMS1 using the SEND command and currently consist of
E-HUG 91-00001 to E-HUG 91-00011.


EBCBBUL%[email protected]

EBCBBUL is short for EBCB BULletin board, a facet of the European Bank of
Computer Programs in Biotechnology (EBCB). EBCB is a non-profit making
organization mainly funded by the European Community (EC). The main goal
of EBCB is to stimulate and facilitate the use of computers in
biotechnological training and research in Europe. EBCBBUL will not only
promote user/user communication, but will also provide users with up to
date information (e.g. about courses/congresses).

Items accepted for the bulletin board will be distributed via electronic
mail (e-mail) to all participants and will also be retained for future
reference.

EBCBBUL is public, and anyone with access to EARN can participate. Before
you gain access to EBCBBUL through EARN or a related system, however, you
must issue one of the following commands:

For EARN nodes operating with VM/CMS systems type the following:
TELL LISTSERV AT HDETUD1 SUBSCRIBE EBCBBUL (followed by your name)

For EARN nodes operating with VAX/VMS systems type the following:
SEND LISTSERV @ HDETUD1 SUBSCRIBE EBCBBUL (followed by your name)

On other systems send mail to LISTSERV@HDETUD1 (or
[email protected], or for Internet users
LISTSERV%[email protected]) with the body/text of the mail
containing the command:
SUB EBCBBUL yourfirstname yourlastname

As soon as your request for access has been accepted, you will receive,
by e-mail, confirmation of this fact. Because of limitations imposed by
e-mail (traffic volume etc.) this may take several hours. After that
you will be able to search EBCBBUL using LDBASE or LSVTALK (these are
programmes, available within the EARN node, that make interactive
searching possible).

Coordinator: Arie Braat



[email protected]
[email protected]

The economy and economic problems of Less Developed Countries (LDCs) have
become real laboratories for both the economic discipline, and economic
policy measures. This discussion list is aimed at analyzing economic
problems, theories, policies, social conditions, political settings, etc.,
of LDCs and their relationship with the industrial world.

BitNet users can join by issuing the following command:
TELL LISTSERV AT TECMTYVM SUBSCRIBE ECONOMY Your_full_name
Example:
TELL LISTSERV AT TECMTYVM SUBSCRIBE ECONOMY Jane Doe
or the equivalent for sending messages, if your operating system is not
VM/SP.
Non-BitNet users can join by sending a message to
[email protected] with the one-line command "SUBSCRIBE ECONOMY
Your_full_name" in the body/text (*NOT* in the Subject: field).

Coordinator: Alejandro Ibarra <[email protected]>
<[email protected]>

EDI-L%[email protected]

Mailing list for discussion of Electronic Data Interchange issues. The
list will discuss electronic transmission and receipt of business
documentation including purchase orders, invoices, payment, academic
transcripts, standardized test scores. ANSI X12 and international EDIFACT
standards will also be discussed.

Monthly archives will be maintained; contact the Coordinator for access
information.

BitNet users can subscribe by sending the following command to
LISTSERV@UCCVMA via mail or interactive message:
SUB EDI-L your_full_name
where "your_full_name" is your name. For example:
SUB EDI-L Joan Doe
Non-BitNet subscribers can join by sending the above command to
LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Richard Hintz

EDPOLYAN%[email protected]

The "Education Policy Analysis ListServ" is intended to be a place where
people will discuss, ask questions, give answers and make their work and
ideas available to their colleagues around the country. We will make some
special efforts to contribute to the list, such things as the contents of
the major policy analysis journals, abstracts of particularly important
papers and studies, job announcements, meeting announcements, and the like.
We also intend to place papers - completed or in draft form - in an archive
that will be readily available to all members of the list. If you have a
paper to contribute, write to either of the Coordinators, and they will
provide instructions on sending it so it can be placed in the archives.

BitNet users may subscribe by intereactive message or e-mail by sending the
following command to LISTSERV at ASUACAD:
SUBSCRIBE EDPOLYAN Your name and your institution where "Your name..."
is your real name (and institutional affiliation), NOT your login Id.
Non-BitNet users can join the list by sending the above command as the only
line in the text/body of a message to
LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinators: Gene Glass
Dewayne Matthews

EDTECH%[email protected]

This list was conceived to bring together students, faculty, and
"interested others" in the field of educational technology to share ideas
and information. Some topics we have in mind include:

- A discussion of articles, books, and blurbs you've found stimulating
and worthwhile
- Information about course offerings and edtech graduate program
requirements at your school
- Notable educational hardware and software, as well as junk one should
avoid
- Current dissertations and research projects in edtech
- What's been keeping you up at all hours? Perhaps another one of us
could help.

A list of the archived files of previous EDTECH discusions can be received
by sending the command:
INDEX EDTECH
to LISTSERV@OHSTVMA. You can then request a specific month's discussion by
sending the command:
SENDME Filename Filetype
For example:
TELL LISTSERV@OHSTVMA SENDME EDTECH LOG8905 (would send the May log)

To subscribe, send the following command to LISTSERV@OHSTVMA via mail or
interactive message:
TELL LISTSERV@OHSTVMA SUB EDTECH your_full_name
Or
SUB EDTECH your_full_name
where "your_full_name" is your name. (Example: SUB EDTECH Joan Doe)
Non-BitNet users can subscribe by sending the text:
SUB EDTECH your_full_name
in the body of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

If you have any questions or comments about the EDTECH mailing list, please
send them to one of the Owners/Coordinators.

Coordinators: Vickie Banks <21602VB%[email protected]>
Mark Rosenberg <21602MR%[email protected]>
Dr. Joe Byers <20506JLB%[email protected]>
Josie Csete <21602JMC%[email protected]>

EDUCOM-W%[email protected]

EDUCOM-W is an unmoderated list to facilitate discussion of issues
in technology and education that are of interest to women.
The list is intended to promote discussion of how EDUCOM can help
address those issues in its services to members.
To subscribe, send a message to LISTSERV@BITNIC with the following
line of text:

SUB EDUCOM-W Your_full_name

where Your_full_name is your name, not your login ID.
The list coordinator is Sue Ellen Anderson, [email protected]

ELLHNIKA on [email protected] Greek TeX

Thanks to the friendly support of DANTE and especially of Joachim
Lammarsch a discussion list on Greek TeX (cf. "CALL FOR
STANDARDIZATION OF GREEK TeX AND CREATION OF A GREEK TeX GROUP") has
been opened, at

ELLHNIKA@DHDURZ1

You can subscribe by sending the usual

SUBSCRIBE ELLHNIKA yourfirstname yourlastname

to LISTSERV@DHDURZ1. Please note that messages to the list should be
send to the list adress ELLHNIKA@DHDURZ1 and not to the LISTSERV.

Languages of the list are English and Greek (Modern please!!)
It would be appreciated if you use Silvio Levy's transliteration
for Greek, as long as no other transliteration has been fixed.
If you have to use a different one, please precise the corres-
pondences at top of the message.

The list is intended for linguists of any origin having to typeset
ancient Greek, as well as for people using Greek as their everyday's
language. It is quite a dilemma for me to encourage
- the former to participate in English and discuss the TeXnical
problems of ancient Greek
- the latter to participate in Greek and in this way get used to
the transliterated expression of the language; as I said in the
"CALL", a certain effort must be taken to bypass the handicap of
having a different alphabet, this list should serve as a starting
point inside the TeX world.
So there are two languages and two directions to take. Let's find a
compromise based on the spirit of cooperation! (and if a scholar decides
to learn Modern Greek for breaking this Gordian knot, I guarantee him
that he won't be dissapointed!).

YOU ARE INVITED TO JOIN US IN THE DISCUSSION ON GREEK TeX

Owner:
Yannis Haralambous


EMEDCH-L on [email protected] - Early Medieval China

EMEDCH-L is devoted to promoting discussion centered around the
studies of the period of Chinese history between the Han and the Tang
dynasties (3rd through 6th centuries A.D.). Membership is
unrestricted.

To subscribe, send a mail message to [email protected]
with the body of the mail containing the line:
SUB EMEDCH-L yourfirstname yourlastname


EMULPC-L%[email protected]

Mailing list for issues related to the PC Emulation software and hardware
(PC3270, IRMA, PCOX, Extra, Graph-Tek APA, GWSP, Yterm, Smarterm and
others). Any and all contributions, ideas, and knowledge in the area of
emulation software, will be be appreciated, discussed, reported and learned
for the list.

BitNet users can subscribe to the list by sending mail to LISTSERV@USACHVM1
with the body or text of the mail having the line:
SUB EMULPC-L your full name
where "your full name" is your real name, not your login Id.
Non-BitNet users can join by sending the above command in the text/body of
a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Pedro Sepulveda J.

EMUSIC-D%[email protected]
EMUSIC-L%[email protected]

EMUSIC is a complementary pair of lists (EMUSIC-L for undigested mail,
EMUSIC-D for the moderately edited digest) devoted to the discussion of
Electronic Music. Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
synthesis methods, algorithmic composition, psychoacoustics, timbral
research, instrument design, MIDI troubleshooting, new tricks for old
machines, musique concrete, pedagogic methods, performance techniques,
reviews of current and historical musical and technical trends,
announcements of events, papers, homegrown sounds and software.

The EMUSIC-D FILELIST contains the archive of the discussions to date as
well as data files, programs and other materials of interest to the Elec-
tronic Music community.

To add yourself to the list, send the command:
SUBSCRIBE EMUSIC-L Your_Full_Name (for undigested mail)
or
SUBSCRIBE EMUSIC-D Your_Full_Name (for digested mail)
via mail to [email protected] or LISTSERV%[email protected]
where Your_Full_Name is your real name (not your userid). To remove
yourself from the list send the command:
SIGNOFF EMUSIC-L
or SIGNOFF EMUSIC-D

Moderator: Eric Harnden

ENERGY-L

A Bitnet newsletter on energy research in Israel.

To subscribe, send a message to LISTSERV%[email protected]
with the body of the letter containing the command:
SUB ENERGY-L Your_Full_Name
where Your_Full_Name; is your title, first name and last name.

Coordinator: Joseph van Zwaren de Zwarenstein


ENGLISH%[email protected]

This forum is primarily for faculty in English Departments in Canada who
are using mainframes for teaching and research and who may be using
microcomputers as well; secondarily it is for English faculty anywhere who
have access to BITNET.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to the Coordinator or the administrator of
LISTSERV@CANADA01.

Coordinator: Marshall Gilliland
(UUCP) alberta!sask!marshall

[email protected]
ENVBEH-L%[email protected]
ENVBEH-L@POLYGRAF (BitNet)

Mailing list on Environmental Behavior: Environment, Design, and Human
Behavior. ENVBEH-L is a discussion on a variety of topics concerning the
relations of people and their physical environments, including
architectural and interior design and human behavior, environmental stress
(pollution, catastrophe) and behavior, human response to built and natural
settings, etc.

BITNET subscribers can join by sending the Listserv SUB command with your
name. For example:
SEND LISTSERV@POLYGRAF SUB ENVBEH-L Jon Doe
or TELL LISTSERV AT POLYGRAF SUB ENVBEH-L Jon Doe
To be removed from the list,
SEND LISTSERV@POLYGRAF SIGNOFF ENVBEH-L
or TELL LISTSERV AT POLYGRAF SIGNOFF ENVBEH-L

Those without interactive access may send the Listserv Command portion of
the above lines as the first TEXT line of a message. For example:
SUB ENVBEH-L Jon Doe
would be the only line in the body of a message to
LISTSERV%[email protected]. As a last resort, send mail to
one of the Coordinators.

Coordinators: Richard Wener
Tony Monteiro

ENVST-L on [email protected] The Environmental Studies Discussion List

The purpose of this list is to exchange information about
Environmental Studies (ES) programs, generally -- about course
designs, successful student projects, important information sources,
etc. We invite all who have a serious interest in ES at the
undergraduate and graduate levels. Some topics that might be of
interest are: the balance between science/social science/humanities
in our degrees; the role of project classes and individual applied
projects in our programs; our relations with more traditional
departments and disciplines; and even exciting new ideas that we
would like to refine.

Entries to this list will be restricted to items of general interest.
This list will not be used for personal exchanges or dialogues.

To subscribe to this list, send the following command in the body
of a message or mail to [email protected]
SUB ENVST-L yourfirstname yourlastname

You will receive acknowledgement from listserv together with a more
detailed description of the list.

Owner: Sandra Baptista


EPID-L%[email protected]

Mailing list for the discussion of current topics in Epidemiology and
Biostatistics.

BitNet users should subscribe themselves by sending the following command
to [email protected] (non-BitNet users send mail to
LISTSERV%[email protected] with the command in the
message body):
SUBSCRIBE EPID-L Your_Full_Name
where Your_Full_Name is your real name, not your userid.
To unsubscribe, send the command:
UNSUBSCRIBE EPID-L
A list of archived files can be obtained by sending the command:
INDEX EPID-L

Coordinator: Robert C. James


EQUINE-L on [email protected] Discussion Forum for Horse Fanciers

EQUINE-L is a new list for the discussion of all phases of horse
ownership, management, use and related concerns for all horse breeds,
both hot and cold blood.

You may subscribe via either mail or interactive message.
NOTE: MAIL is the recommended method for subscription requests.

To subscribe send MAIL to with the following
message:

SUB EQUINE-L your-full-name

You will receive an acknowledgement from the listserv together with a
more detailed description of the list and its scope.

Owner:
W. K. (Bill) Gorman <[email protected]>


ermis on [email protected] Greek Discussion List

A new discussion list for people of Hellenic descent is available for
subscription: [email protected]

To subscribe send email to [email protected] with the following
lines in the body of the message:

subscribe
help


ESPER-L%[email protected]

A list on the Esperanto Language.

To subscribe, send the following command to LISTSERV@TREARN via mail or
interactive message:
SUB ESPER-L your_full_name
where "your_full_name" is your name. For example: SUB ESPER-L Joan Doe
Non-BitNet users can subscribe by sending the text:
SUB ESPER-L your_full_name
in the body of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Turgut Kalfaoglu

[email protected]

A forum for people interested in the neutral international language
Esperanto. Discussions about the language itself, the Esperanto movement,
publications, and news are encouraged. Of course, discussion *in*
Esperanto is especially encouraged, although English translations may be
advisable when the material is of interest to beginners or
non-Esperantists.

This list is identical to the USENET mailing list `mail.esperanto'. The
forwarding addresses were installed on LLL-CRG-LLNL.GOV by Andy Beals;
ESPERANTO forwards to the "real" mail.esperanto address
trwrb!trwspp!spp2!esperanto and ESPERANTO-REQUEST forwards to the
Coordinator (trwrb!trwspp!spp2!urban).

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Mike Urban

ETHICS-L%[email protected]

Discussions of ethics in computing usually generate more heat than light.
This list could do a lot toward generating more light if we do more than
trade war stories and opinions of the "I'm right and you're NOT" variety.
Of course we can't get any work done without some war stories, since they
furnish food for thought. But we shouldn't stop there. Given our
experiences, we ought to be able to delineate the basic issues and hot
areas in computer ethics. Some current ones have to do with:

- ownership of information (both data and program files)
- what happens when systems programs fail? Is anyone responsible for
damage done? Or is the responsibility only for the necessary fix?
- responsibility for program failures (Is the company responsible?
the programmer? the lead programmer? the project manager?) Who's
responsible for the "fix"?
- how much privacy is reasonable (there are all kinds of levels here;
data bases, systems, LANs, networks, etc.)

BitNet users can add themselves to the list by issuing the following
command to [email protected]:
SUBSCRIBE ETHICS-L your_full_name
where your_full_name is your real name (not your userid).
BitNet users can unsubscribe with the command:
UNSUBSCRIBE ETHICS-L

All other requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems,
questions, etc., should be sent to the Moderators.

Moderators: Jane Robinett
Matthew J. Miner
Harry Williams

ETHOLOGY%[email protected]

An unmoderated mailing list for the discussion of animal behaviour and
behavioural ecology. Possible topics could be e.g. new or controversial
theories, new research methods, and equipment. Announcements of books,
papers, conferences, new software for behavioural analysis etc., are also
encouraged.

BitNet, EARN, and NetNorth users may subscribe by sending a command via an
interactive message:
TELL LISTSERV AT FINHUTC SUB ETHOLOGY John Doe
or SEND LISTSERV@FINHUTC SUB ETHOLOGY John Doe
If you are at a non-BitNet site, or where you cannot send interactive
messages, you can send mail to LISTSERV%[email protected]
where the first non-header line consists of:
SUBSCRIBE ETHOLOGY Your full name

Coordinator: Jarmo Saarikko

EXPER-L%[email protected]

The Coordinator is in the process of preparing a paper on "Security in
Computer Networks". To accomplish this task there is a need to gather
information about past Viral Experiences on Networks. If your system has
experienced such an attack (like CHRISTMA EXEC or other kinds of hacking)
please send it to this list. Later all the information will be compiled
and used in the paper. The names of the people who submitted to the list
will never be used in the paper. All the Coordinator is interested in is
what kind of an attack, done where, and what harm it caused.

Also if there is anyone who thinks they can help in determining a way to
compile such experiences please write to the Coordinator directly.

BitNet users may subscribe by sending the following command via interactive
message or e-mail to LISTSERV@TREARN:
SUB EXPER-L Your full name
where "Your full name" is your real name, not your login Id.
Non-BitNet users can join the list by sending the above command as the only
line in the text/body of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Esra Delen - NAD

FACSER-L%[email protected]

FACilities and SERvices is a LISTSERV for the exchange of ideas related to
college and university facilities and services, including:
Physical plant operations
Security and public safety
Transportation and parking
Telephone
Mail service
Environmental health and safety
Capital planning
Facilities utilization

To subscribe send the following command to LISTSERV@WVNVM (non-BitNet users
send mail to LISTSERV%[email protected] with the command in the
message body):
SUBSCRIBE FACSER-L Your_Full_Name
where Your_Full_Name is your real name, not your userid.
To unsubscribe, send:
UNSUBSCRIBE FACSER-L

Coordinator: Roman Olynyk

FAMLYSCI%[email protected]

Mailing list for researchers and scholars whose work focusses on family
science, marriage and family therapy, family sociology, and the behavioral
science aspects of family medicine. The purpose of the list is to enhance
communication among family scientists and to support research programs; it
is a service provided by the Department of Family Studies at the University
of Kentucky.

To join the mailing list, send a request to the Coordinator.

Coordinator: Greg Brock

FASTBS-L%[email protected]

News and information list for those who are, or intend to, be involved with
FASTBUS, a standardised modular 32-bit wide data-bus system for data
aquisition, data processing and control, used mainly by the High Energy
Nuclear Physics community. FASTBUS is an international standard,
recognised by the IEC, ANSI and IEEE (STD 960-1986) and is freely available
for use by any profit or non-profit organisation.

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of a message (the Subject: field may be left blank) and send it to
LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Robert G. Skegg

[email protected] Federal Taxation / Accounting Discussion

FedTax-L is a new list supported by Sam Houston State University of
Huntsville, Texas, to provide a generally unmoderated environment for
the discussion of federal taxation issues from both a practical and
academic viewpoint. The discussions are intended to include latest
trends, regulatory actions, and, of course, a lively exchange of
ideas and concerns.

The explicit purpose of FedTax-L is to provide quick and timely
interchange between subscribers, to provide a forum where support may
be available for interesting questions which may not be addressed
locally (or may desire a "second opinion"), and to discuss current
and potential taxation issues. It is also the hope of the owner of
the list to develop databases of at least late breaking tax matters
for access to all subscribers. Archives of FedTax-L postings will be
available for reference. As is the case on all unmoderated lists,
the discussion and topics are only limited by the participation and
interest of its subscribers. Subscribers are welcome to take an
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Please note that [email protected] is MAIL-oriented only --
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Questions regarding this announcement should be addressed to the list
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Owner:
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FELINE-L

Mailing list for the discussion and dissemination of information about all
members of the cat family. Particular emphasis is placed on the
large/feral cats, e.g., lions, tigers, leopards, cougars, etc., both in
captivity and in the wild. However, discussion concerning any felines,
including personal pets and household tabbies, is welcome. Appropriate
discussion subjects might include research papers dealing with any aspect
of any cat population, conservation issues, legislation impacting these
animals, management in zoos, wildlife parks and the like, care, feeding,
veterinary considerations, research use of cats, animal rights concerns,
and almost any other area dealing with any sort of cat, including showing,
breeding, or training.

The list presently is running on UMNEWS@MAINE. We anticipate transferring
this discussion to our LISTSERV as soon as it is installed and available.

To post messages using E-mail, send to UMNEWS@MAINE with either a "TO:"
entry in the form:
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FDDI: This mailing list is to discuss Fiber Distributed Data Interface
technology.

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fiction-writers%[email protected]

The Fiction Writers Group exists for two purposes:

To give people interested in writing fiction professionally a support
group of peers for where information can be shared and discussions of
the task of writing can be carried on.

To create an environment where Works In Progress can be passed around
and criticized so that the author can find the weak spots and polish the
manuscript into a salable work.

The group has handled mostly Science Fiction, Fantasy, and related genres,
but is not restricted to them. Membership is open to anyone who has in
interest in writing fiction regardless of previous experience or
published/unpublished status. Members must be prepared to regularly
contribute either by critiquing the work of others or presenting work for
critique.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to writers-request%[email protected]

Moderator: Doug Roberts


FIGI-L

The FORTH Interest Groups International List (FIGI-L) is dedicated to any
and all things connected directly or indirectly with the FORTH computer
language. The list is not restricted to technical, professional levels;
novice FORTH'ers are encouraged to take part. Also there is no particular
implementation, machine, or product emphasiszed. Submissions are requested
to keep in mind the issue of portablility of any specific source code.
Follow a recognized standard when possible like Forth 79, Forth 83, or
FigForth. Any submissions, letters, source listings, etc. will be resent
to all subscribers. Copyrighted material, of course, cannot be resent by
this list. Public Domain code only! Furthermore, Bitnet prohibits
commercial distribution or advertising.

The list is maintained on a LISTSEV at SCFVM.

List submissions, as well as all requests to be added to or deleted from
this list, problems, questions, etc., should be sent to
ZMLEB%[email protected].

Coordinator: Lee Brotzman

FILM-L%[email protected]

Mailing list to serve as a crossroad of different points of view about
cinema: The film as art, entertainment, busines, or communications media.
Also to serve as a source for help of amateur film makers on any format.
This includes reviews about new equipment, techniques, et cetera. The
contribution of everybody interested in any way, or area of specialization,
from the moviegoer to the expert in a field is encouraged.

BitNetusers may subscribe by sending the following command to
LISTSERV@VMTECMEX:
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where "your_full_name" is your real name, not your login Id.
Non-BitNet users may subscribe by sending the above command in the
text/body of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Alejandro Kurczyn S. <499229%[email protected]>

FINEART%[email protected]

The FINEART Forum is dedicated to International collaboration between
artists and scientists. It is subsidized by the International Society for
the Arts, Science, and Technology (ISAST), 2020 Milvia, Berkeley, CA 94704.
The purpose of this bulletin board is to disseminate information regarding
the use of computers in the Fine Arts. Topics to be included are:

Computers used in the design of works of art
Computers used to fabricate works of art
Computers used within works of art
Computers used to analyse works of art
Computers used to criticize art
Computers used to distribute art

General areas of interest include:

Computer Animation Computer Aided Fabrication
Shape Grammars Image Synthesis
Design Rule Systems Style Simulation
Image Rendering Interactive Video
Art & AI Sensory Environments
Picture Networks Paint Systems

Send submissions & requests for list membership to:
ARPANET: FINEART%[email protected]
BITNET submissions: FINEART@umaecs
BITNET subscriptions: LISTSERV@RUTVM1 (U.S.)
LISTSERV@EB0UB011 (Europe)
CSNET: [email protected]
MCI-mail: FAST
PHONE: (413) 545-1902

Moderator: Ray Lauzzana

[email protected]
cbosgd!osu-cis!firearms UUCP

This mailing list has been created to provide an environment in which
sportsmen can discuss issues of concern to them. Topics include but are
not limited to hunting, firearms safety, legal issues, reloading tips,
maintenance suggestions, target shooting, and dissemination of general
info. The list is NOT intended to discuss the merits of gun control.

Archives are maintained by the moderator. As of 1 Jul 85, the list is 4
months old, having 11 back issues comprising approximately 160K of text.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected], or
cbosgd!osu-cis!firearms-request.

Moderator: Karl Kleinpaste
osu-cis!karl (UUCP)

[email protected]

Mailing list for the purpose of political discussion, announcements, and
coordination in the area of firearms legislation and general talk about 2nd
Amendment rights and current trends. Companion mailing list to
[email protected], which is restricted to technical
discussion.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected],
or cbosgd!osu-cis!firearms-politics-request.

Moderator: Karl Kleinpaste
osu-cis!karl (UUCP)

foNETiks

Special interest group for the phonetic sciences called "foNETiks". It
will publish information of current interest to researchers and students
interested in speech production and speech perception, speech disorders,
automatic speech recognition and speech synthesis. We would like to see
contributions on signal analysis software used in speech research, current
research in the phonetic sciences, meetings, questions, etc. The
newsletter can be obtained by sending a simple request to R34334@UQAM on
the BITNET network. foNETiks is also available from Psychnet
.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to the Coordinator.

Coordinator: Eric Keller

FRAC-L%[email protected]

Mailing list dedicated to the computergraphical generation of fractal
images.

In conjunction with the list, an archive of programs submitted by users
will be maintained. Mr. Homer Smith of "Art Matrix" in Ithaca, New York,
has donated a program library, which will soon be available from LISTSERV
at GITVM1.

To add yourself to the list, send the command
SUBSCRIBE FRAC-L Your_Full_Name
via mail to [email protected] or to
LISTSERV%[email protected] (Internet) where Your_Full_Name is
your real name (not your userid). To remove yourself from the list, send
the command
UNSUBSCRIBE FRAC-L

All other problems, questions, etc., should be sent to the Coordinator.

Coordinator: David D. Lester

[email protected]

Discusses the Franz Lisp Language, both the public domain version and the
versions from Franz Inc.

A sub-list, [email protected], is composed of people who are in
charge of maintaining Franz LISP. The sub-list is used for sending bug
fixes.

The archive of old messages is kept on MIT-MC, in the file:
LSPMAI; FRANZL FORUM

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Charley Cox ([email protected])

FREEMACS

Mailing list for Freemacs, the PD (actually copylefted) programmable editor
for the IBM-PC and Z-100.

To sign up, send a mail message to LISTSERV at CLVM
(LISTSERV%[email protected]). If you are on bitnet, you can send
a direct message. The list server command, whether sent by mail or BitNet
"direct message", should be "SUBSCRIBE FREEMACS human name". Example:
TELL LISTSERV AT CLVM SUBSCRIBE FREEMACS John Q. Public
or in the body of a netmail message:
SUBSCRIBE FREEMACS John Q. Public
The help command will return a help screen via direct message or mail.

Cordinator: Russell Nelson

[email protected]
fusion%[email protected]
fusion%[email protected]

The "Fusion" list is for discussion of nuclear fusion.

Contributions sent to this list are automatically archived. BitNet users
can obtain a list of the available archive files by sending an "INDEX
FUSION" command to LISTSERV@NDSUVM1. These files can then be retrieved by
means of a "GET FUSION filetype" command, or using the database search
facilities of LISTSERV. Send an "INFO DATABASE" command for more
information on the latter.

You may also obtain copies of the list notebooks via anonymous FTP to
VM1.NoDak.EDU (192.33.18.30), userid ANONYMOUS, any password. Once
validated do a CD LISTARCH and DIR FUSION.* to see the notebooks available.
The file system is NOT hierarchical so you must do a CD ANONYMOUS if you
want to return to the "root".

BitNet users may subscribe to FUSION by sending the command:
SUB FUSION Your_full_name (eg. SUB FUSION Jane Doe)
to LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 (or [email protected]). The command may be in the
BODY or TEXT of the mail (NOT the subject) or be sent interactively (via
TELL or SEND) to LISTSERV on BITNET/EARN/NetNorth.

Non-BitNet users can join the list by sending their reqeust to
[email protected].

Coordinator: Scott Hazen Mueller



FWAKE-L%[email protected]

A forum for a broad discussion about James Joyce's FINNEGANS WAKE. The
James Joyce Institute of Ireland's Finnegans Wake Study Group has been
doing their best to get the jokes in Finnegans Wake for the past decade or
so. The Study Group thinks it is time for such groups to pool their
findings.

There are plans to start a second associated service to share page-by-page,
line-by-line notes to the text of FINNEGANS WAKE in a fixed format
analogous to that of Roland McHugh's ANNOTATIONS. The Coordinator is
working on a program to vet the mail from such a service.

All requests to be added to or deleted from the mailing list, or to have
files distributed, should be sent to the Coordinator.

Coordinator: Michael O'Kelly

GAELIC-L%[email protected]

An open, multi-disciplinary, discussion list set up to facilitate exchange
of news, views, and information in Irish/Scots Gaelic.

To subscribe send a message or mail to one of:
LISTSERV%[email protected] Internet (US)
[email protected] Internet (via MX)
LISTSERV@IRLEARN BitNet/EARN/NetNorth
[email protected] JANET
with the BODY or TEXT being:
SUB GAELIC-L yourfirstname yourlastname

Coordinator: Marion Gunn


[email protected]

The game-design mailing list is an unmoderated, but administrated
mailing list for the discussion of most topics related to creating and
playing games with primary emphasis on the design of games. This is
not a list for learning how to play arcade games or to duplicate the
discussions of usenet news groups, but rather, this is a list to learn
and discuss some methods on how to design games.

This list is being provided as an alternative source of discussion
to the news group rec.games.* and others like it. A parallel facet of
this is that this list is available for those who do not have access
to usenet news or those who use compuserve, genie, mci mail, bitnet,
etc. If you can get mail to xanth.cs.odu.edu and xanth.cs.odu.edu can
get mail back to you, then if this subject interests you and you are
willing to receive lots of mail ๐Ÿ™‚ please feel free to subscribe as
described below.

There are no restrictions on subject material other than it should
connected with games in some manner with stress on designing games.
The mail should also be in accordance with the general atmosphere of
the Internet (No flame wars, no advertising, no source code... etc)

Topics likely to be discussed in the mailing list are:

RPG
Dice
FRPG
Rules
Shareware
Strategies
Philosophy
Board Games
Artificial Intelligence
General Game Design Techniques
Random Numbers and their creation.
Basic Creator and Game Player Psychology.
Creating new games from ``materials'' provided.
Computer Games, Methods, Styles and Programming.


The list is administrated by: Scott D. Yelich .

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list should be sent to:
game-design-request@[xanth.]cs.odu.edu (Internet)
[email protected] (Bitnet)
[email protected] (UUCP)
>INTERNET:[email protected] (CompuServe)

Once added to the list, mail can be sent to all recipients at once by
sending mail addressed the same as above, except without the ``-request''.

The current mail system is a type of ``exploding'' where there mail
addressed to is simply re-addressed and then
resent to all of the current recipients.

Archives of messages posted to this list are available via anonymous
ftp from xanth.cs.odu.edu in the directory game-design. Further materials
may be available at a later time.



[email protected]

Mailing list dedicated to the discussion of computer games. Games played
on any type of system are covered.

BitNet users can add themselves to the list by issuing the following
command to LISTSERV@BROWNVM, @DHDURZ1, @LEHIIBM1, @GREARN,
@KRSNUCC1, or @UTARLVM1:
SUBSCRIBE GAMES-L your_full_name
where your_full_name is your real name (not your userid).
BitNet users can delete themselves from the list with the command:
UNSUBSCRIBE GAMES-L

Non-BitNet users should [un]subscribe by sending mail to
[email protected] with the above commands in the message body.

All other requests, problems, questions, etc., should be sent to the
Moderator.

Moderator: Spyros Bartsocas

[email protected]

This list is for discussion of Cornell's GateDaemon software
product (aka gated). Gated is a Unix daemon supportting multiple
routing protocols, including RIP, EGP and BGP. Topics include
capabilities, bug reports and fixes, requests for help and
announcements of new releases.

Uncompressed archives are available by anonymous FTP from
DEVVAX.TN.CORNELL.EDU in the directory pub/lists/gated-people.
Archives are also available from the archive server,
[email protected]. For instructions on
the use of the archive server, send mail with a subject line of
"help".

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Jeffrey C Honig



[email protected]

A mailing list about lesbian and gay concerns on college campuses
including, but not limited to, outreach programs, political action, AIDS
education, dealing with school administrations, social programs, and just
finding out what other support and social groups are doing. Items of
general lesbian/gay interest are also welcome. The list is not moderated;
messages are sent in digest format.

Archives are being kept, but are not easily available. Contact
[email protected] for more info.

Requests to be added or deleted from this list, problems, questions, etc.,
should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Mark Rosenstein

GEODESIC%[email protected]

This list is for the discussion of Buckminster "Bucky" Fuller, his works
and his philosophies on Life, the Universe, and Everything (NOT The Douglas
Adams book!). For those of you who don't know, Bucky is the person who
invented the Geodesic Dome, which is what we all played on as children in
the playground (the domes with all the triangles, remember?). Another
example of geodesic architecture is the giant white sphere at Disney
World's "Epcot Center". Of course, Bucky did a LOT more than just invent
the Geodesic Dome! He invented other means of housing people cheaply,
efficiently, COMFORTABLY, and basically anywhere in the world! (Yes, even
ON the oceans!) So if you're interested in discussing Bucky, learning more
about him, or finding out about 8500 ft. high pyramidal cities that float
in the ocean and house 1,000,000 people comfortably (2000 sq ft. apartments
with 1000 sq ft. extra patio/garden space), or 1+ mile diameter spherical
cities that FLOAT IN THE AIR *WITHOUT POWER*, then sign up on the list!

To sign up, send a mail message to LISTSERV%[email protected] with
the line
SUBSCRIBE GEODESIC Your Real Name
as the body of the letter.

Coordinator: Patrick G. Salsbury
[email protected]

GEOGRAPH%[email protected]
GEOGRAPH on LISTSERV@FINHUTC

GEOGRAPH - a new global mailing list for geography has been opened
for general or topical discussions about geographical issues at
the node FINHUTC by a group of young university geographers in
Helsinki, Finland.

Subscription to this new list is welcomed from anyone with skills
and/or interests relevant to the field of geography.

To subscribe, send the following command to LISTSERV@FINHUTC, via mail
or interactive message (Internet users send mail only, to the address:
LISTSERV%[email protected]):

SUBscribe GEOGRAPH

example: SUBscribe GEOGRAPH John Smith

IMPORTANT: Send the subscription command to LISTSERV@FINHUTC and NOT to
GEOGRAPH@FINHUTC !!

Contributions to the discussion list must be sent to GEOGRAPH@FINHUTC.

More information about the GEOGRAPH list may be obtained from:
PKOKKONE@FINUHA Pellervo Kokkonen
PYYHTIA@FINUHA Mervi Pyyhtia

In technical questions, please refer to the listserver HELP system
by sending the command HELP to LISTSERV@FINHUTC or your nearest
listserver. (For more specific informations, use the command
HELP )



GO-L%[email protected]
GO-L on MAILSERV@SMCVAX


GO-L, a new list for game players interested in the game of GO is now
available for public use. The list is sponsored by Saint Michael's College
in Winooski, Vermont. The list is intended to serve as a discussion point
for GO-related topics, and as a meeting place for EMAIL games between
list members.

In contrast to the majority of BITNET lists, this one is supported by a
DEC uVAX 3400 running the MAILSERV program for VAX/VMS. Consequently,
commands used to access the list are slightly different than those used
by LISTSERV. MAILSERV supports the following commands, among others:

HELP - Ask for the HELP file.
SUBSCRIBE - Subscribe to a list.
LISTS - List all mailing lists for a MAILSERVer.

MAILSERV accepts only mail messages; not interactive SENDs or TELLs.
Be sure to send only a mail message with your commands in the body of
the message. Don't type any other text into the message; it won't work!

As an example, to subscribe to the GO-L list, send a mail message to

MAILSERV%[email protected]

and in the body of the message just put the command

SUBSCRIBE GO-L

Notice that you don't need to give a subscription name; MAILSERV gets it
From your address.
List owner:


[email protected]

A mailing list for reporting bugs and problems with the GOULD UTX/32 (UNIX)
operating system and software.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

There is a BitNet sub-distribution list, GOULDBUG@CLVM; BitNet subscribers
can join by sending the SUB command with your name.
For example, SEND LISTSERV@CLVM SUB GOULDBUG Jon Doe
To be removed from the list, SEND LISTSERV@CLVM SIGNOFF.
To make contributions to the list, BitNet subscribers should send mail to
the ARPANet list name, NOT to the BITNET list name.

Coordinator: Howard Walter

GovDoc-L%[email protected]

Mailing list with a focus is specifically on issues of information
dissemination through Federal Depository Libraries. Issues to be discussed
include: electronic dissemination policies of the Government Printing
Office(GPO), the 1990 Census, access to Federal documents (Freedom of
Information Act issues), automation of document collections in libraries
(Marcive v. OCLC tapes; database consideration; retrospective conversion;
etc.), document end user education and legislation related to depository
libraries. United Nations, State and Foreign Government documents can be
included for discussion.

The list is moderated but uncensored. It is edited with the intention of
producing a digest at the end of the year.

BitNet users may subscribe by sending the following command via mail or an
interactive message to LISTSERV@PSUVM:
SUB GovDoc-L Your full name
where "Your full name" is your real name, not your login Id.
Non-BitNet users can join the list be sending the above command as the only
line in the text/body of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinators: Diane Kovacs
Michael J. Kovacs


Green on ListServ@IndyCMS (BITNET/CREN) Green movements study list
or [email protected] (Internet)

Green is dedicated to the study of Green movements worldwide and
their influence on public opinion and public policy. The scope of
the list's discussion is global: all Green movements, at every level,
are of interest to this list.

Of special interest to the list is the emerging Green movement in the
US -- how it is being organized by various competing elements, how it
is being influenced by other Green movements worldwide (especially
European), how it is interacting with those movements, and how it is
influencing American public opinion and public policy on the local,
state, regional and national level.

It is emphasized that the purpose of Green is the *study* of Green
movements. Green is *not* a tool for organizing or promoting those
movements. In keeping with policies defining the appropriate use of
academic networks (which often include prohibitions on explicit
political activism), adherence to the stated purpose of this list is
strictly monitored and enforced.

Green is open to all persons interested in the study of Green
movements worldwide. To subscribe send mail to LISTSERV@IndyCMS
on BITNET or [email protected] with the body containing
SUB GREEN yourfirstname yourlastname

List owner/editor/coordinator: John B Harlan
IJBH200@IndyVAX (CREN)
[email protected] (Internet)


[email protected] The Graduate School Advisors List

This list has three major goals at the onset:
1) to put folks who advise undergraduates about graduate school in
touch with their peers and with graduate schools. Being on the list
will provide this service.
2) to create of a catalog of accessable catalogs (using Art St.
George's Library catalog catalog as a model) to facilitate electronic
access to graduate school information. I will gather information here
unless there is another volunteer out there.
3) to identify useful and/or neccessary information that would be
used in a graduate school information database with an eye toward
network standard tags and a single engine queriable distributed
database of graduate school information (probably SQL for example)
that would allow students and advisors to search several catalogs
maintained at different universities.
Point three is very blue sky for the moment, but if we keep it in
mind, the technology exists and the end is actually achievable.
Other points will, I'm sure, arise.

To add yourself to grad-adv, send a MAIL message of:
subscribe grad-adv
to [email protected]

To remove yourself from grad-adv, send a MAIL message of:
unsubscribe grad-adv
to [email protected]

Mail to be distributed to grad-adv should be sent to:
[email protected]

To learn more about our UNIX-based listserv and mail archiver send a
MAIL message of:
help
to [email protected]


GRANOLA%[email protected]
GRANOLA on LISTSERV@GITVM1

GRANOLA on LISTSERV@GITVM1

The GRANOLA list is a forum for discussion of vegetarian-relevant issues.
Topics include but are not limited to the following: exchange of
really cool recipes, discussion of the various types of vegetarianism,
nutrition infor- mation, a supportive atmosphere, animal rights
issues, cookbook reccomenda- tions, tips on surviving as a vegetarian
while on a college meal plan, herbal remedies, ideas/support for those
wanting to shift to a vegetarian diet, etc.
This list does not discriminate on the basis of gender, sexual
orientation. race, religion, nationality, eating preferences (the
list is open to all: lacto-ovo-vegetarians, vegans, macrobiotics,
people who are not vegetarian, etc). Respect for the ideals and
practices of others is appreciated.

To subscribe to GRANOLA use LISTSERV interactives or send mail to
LISTSERV%[email protected] with the text:
SUB GRANOLA (your full name)

To send mail to the list, the address is
GRANOLA%[email protected]

Note that a default setting of the list is such that you do not
receive copies of the letters that you send to GRANOLA - if you wish
to change the option for your account after you subscribe, then TELL
LISTSERV AT GITVM1 SET GRANOLA REPRO (or send mail to
[email protected] with the command SET GRANOLA REPRO ).

Feel free to send any questions or comments to the
owners/moderators of GRANOLA:

Geri Weitzman ST702355%[email protected]
Carole Mah ST701852%[email protected]

GraphUK%[email protected]

Discussion of all aspects of computer graphics.

Moderators: Terry Hewitt
Toby Howard


[email protected]
tektronix!tekcrl!staller!GRiD (UUCP)

AGOG (A GRiD Owners' Group) mailing list. This list is primarily for
hobbyist-types who have purchased used GRiD Compass computers.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected] or
tektronix!tekcrl!jans (UUCP).

Coordinator: Jan Steinman

[email protected]

Originally created as a list to discuss the development of a monitoring
suite for gateways, currently expanded to a discussion group for issues
related to monitoring and managing networks and internetworks.

Archives are currently available by anonymous FTP from LBL-RTSG(??).LLNL.GOV

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Craig Partridge

[email protected]
[email protected]

Mailing list for discussion of Licensing matters of Ham Radio. This is a
splinter group from the USENET newsgroup "rec.ham-radio" and the digest
"[email protected]" to separate the high traffic of the
licensing discussions.

To subscribe to the list, send mail to the Coordinator.

Coordinator: Philip Howard

[email protected]
HAM-UNIV@UIUCVMD (BitNet)
HAM-UNIV%[email protected]
HAM-UNIV%[email protected]

Mailing list for an exchange of information between and/or about College
and University based Amateur Radio Clubs. Duplication of material from
other ham radio mailing lists or news groups should not be made unless it
is of special interest to this category of clubs.

Anyone who is interested in College and University Ham Radio Clubs may
subscribe and participate. It is not necessary to be a student or a member
of a club, or even a ham radio operator. I do ask if you have the
information, to supply it with your subscription request so that others can
be more informed. I'd like to know your call sign and club affiliation
(and office if you are an officer).

BitNet users may subscribe by sending the command:
SUB HAM-UNIV firstname lastname callsign - clubname
to LISTSERV@UIUCVMD or [email protected] by either BITNET
interactive message or by electronic mail with the command as the only line
in the message text/body.
To unsubscribe send the command:
UNSUB HAM-UNIV
If you are on UUCP and the address [email protected] fails, try
uiucuxc!vmd!listserv instead.
Non-BitNet users can join by sending the above SUB command to
LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Phil Howard
(BitNet)

[email protected]

Mailing list for those who are interested in handheld computers or
programmable calculators. The mailing list can be used to distribute or
request programs. Messages are not moderated at this time.

There are special addresses for archive submissions and retrievals:

[email protected] - Electronic server for archives
[email protected] - Address for submissions to archives

The archive server is similar to that used at other sites. If you send
an empty message with HELP on the Subject: line, it will provide a
message about its usage. If you wish to see what is contained in the
archives, send a Subject: line with INDEX HANDHELDS.

Currently, all the messages for the handhelds mailing list are contained
on host CSL.SRI.COM in file HANDHELDS.TXT. Additionally, two programs
are available for the HP41C.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: David Edwards

[email protected] Mike Oldfield and his music

There was discussion recently on the J.-M. Jarre mailing list of
starting a mailing list for devotees of Mike Oldfield and his music.
For now, the address for this list is [email protected]

The list will initially be available only in digest form. To
subscribe, send mail with the word "sub" in the subject line to the
above address; you may include your first posting in the main body
of this message if you wish.

Owner: "Heath (703)552-3177"



[email protected]
HDESK-L@WVNVM (BitNet)

Mailing list for the discussion of Help Desks. Staff and management of Help
Desks are encouraged to exchange experiences with the startup and operation
of Help Desks at their sites, as well as their experiences with
problem-tracking software.

BitNet users may subscribe by sending the following command in a message to
LISTSERV@WVNVM:
SUBSCRIBE HDESK-L Your full name
where "Your full name" is your real name, not your login Id.
Non-BitNet users can join the list by sending the above command as the only
line in the text/body of a message to [email protected] or
LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Roman J. Olynyk


[email protected]

Interest specifically in the format of message headers and related issues
such as inter-network mail formats/standards, etc.

Recent messages are filed in MIT-MC (MC.LCS.MIT.EDU) file KSC;HEADER MINS,
while older archives are in KSC;HEADER MINS00 through MINS15. These files
are accessible over the ARPANet via FTP.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Pandora B. Berman

[email protected]

Discussion of the construction, use, and modification of Heath and/or
Zenith terminals, computers, and related products.

The archives of old messages are kept on MC.LCS.MIT.EDU, in files:
COMAIL;HEATH MAIL1 -Oldest Mail
COMAIL;HEATH MAIL2 -Next oldest
etc. -Up to 8 as of 26 August 86
COMAIL;HEATH MAIL -Incoming mail is being added to this one

These files are each stored in reverse time order (i.e. newer messages
come first in the file, older messages are later); each file is between
approx. 100K and 150K characters. Copies of these files are available
via FTP with no login needed; some are off-line - if you get an error,
send a request to the administrative address below and they can be put
on-line briefly.

All requests to be added to deleted deleted from this list, problems,
questions, etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Michael A. Patton

HELPNET%[email protected]

HELPNET is intended as a working list for those interested in the roles
global computer networks might play in times of disasters such as
earthquakes, hurricanes, etc.

Archives are kept for this list. Send LISTSERV the commands INDEX HELPNET
and INFO DATABASE for more information (Note: The commands are sent to
LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 (BitNet) or [email protected] and NOT to the list).
They are also available via ANONYMOUS FTP to VM1.NODAK.EDU (134.129.111.1).
Enter CD HELPNET after connecting.

Anyone may subscribe to the HELPNET list; however, the list is set up so
that only subscribers may send mail to the list (to avoid accidental
SUBSCRIBE commands). You may subscribe to HELPNET by sending mail to
LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 (BitNet) or [email protected] with the body/text of
the message containing the command:
SUB HELPNET your_full_name
where "your_full_name" is your real name, not your loginid.
If BitNet users wish to be able to send messages to the list but read it
through some other means (eg. GRAND), then ALSO include the command:
SET HELPNET NOMAIL
which will allow you to contribute but not send you redundant mail.

Coordinator: Marty Hoag

HELP-NET on [email protected]

HELPSERV has evolved. Helpserv and all its component files have been
integrated (finally!) into LISTSERV at TEMPLEVM. In addition, there
has been the addition of a mailing list, and a NAME CHANGE.

Introducing HELP-NET at TEMPLEVM.

Help-Net is a discussion list for the purposes of solving user
problems with utilities and software related to the Internet and
Bitnet networks. In addition, LISTSERV at TEMPLEVM maintains a set
of low-level help files intended to help the beginning user
acclimatize himself to the network systems.

Both novice and experienced users are encouraged to join the
discussion list, either to ask questions, or to answer them.
Questions on almost any network topic are encouraged, however there
are a few ground rules we ask that you observe.

1. Please do not post where can I find this game, or that specific
gif file, etc. There are several lists that deal specifically with
those topics. The question, Where would I find a list that could
tell me where to get ??? on the other hand is quite acceptable.

2. Please do not post any messages that relate to the illegal traffic
of copyrighted material.

3. Feel free to redistribute the help files freely. We do ask that
you identify the source of any materials.

4. We gratefully accept both topics for additional Help sheets, and
submissions to be placed on the server. For more information about
submitting, get the file SUBMIT INFO from the server. See below for
instructions.

Below are some brief instructions on how to access the HELP-NET list.

1. Signing on to the list. Send the following command to LISTSERV at
TEMPLEVM, as either an interactive message or the body of a mail
message:

SUB HELP-NET (Your Name)

2. Getting a file from the list. Send the following command to
LISTSERV at TEMPLEVM:

GET HELP-NET FILELIST

Choose which files you want and send a get command for each of those
files. If you have a problem, ask the list. It's what we are here
for. Please note that you must be a list subscriber to access files.

3. Posting a message on the list. - Send your mail message to
HELP-NET at TEMPLEVM. Your mail will be forwarded to all list
members, and you will be replied to.

I thank everyone for their support and interest and hope that I and
the HELP-NET will continue to be of service to everyone in the
network community. If you have any questions regarding Help-Net,
please direct them to V4078 at TEMPLEVM. Again, thank you for your
support.

Jeff Linder Bitnet: V5057U at TEMPLEVM
Temple University Internet: [email protected]
Computer Services
Mainframe Consultant


HIT%[email protected]
HIT on LISTSERV@UFRJ

The Highly Imaginative Technology - Science Fiction List

Have you ever wondered how software can start paranoic? Did your
last SciFi book described a new kind of energy-plant? Can networks
create a new revolution in the world? Is the NeXt the model for your
next computer?

HIT is a discussion list about Technology that can/can't be
developed in the near/far future. Based on Science Fiction and
nowadays discoveries, we plan to discuss how to develop and which are
the consequences of new and imaginative technology.

Suggested topics are: Artificial Reality, Software Psychiatry, new
developments in science, space stations, High Energy Physics, etc.
Multi-disciplinary ideas are wellcome (as Software Psychiatry).

To subscribe to HIT, send the following command to LISTSERV@UFRJ
via mail text or interactive message (Internet Users, mail only, to
the address LISTSERV%[email protected]):

SUBSCRIBE HIT Your_full_name.

For example: SUBSCRIBE HIT Joe Smith

List owner:Geraldo Xexeo [email protected]


[email protected]
HOCKEY-L on LISTSERV@MAINE

College_Hockey discussion list.


This list is for the discussion of collegiate ice hockey, including
scores, team info, schedules, etc. allowing fans to become more
involved and knowledgeable about the game.

Owner: WTS@MAINE (Wayne T. Smith)


homebrew%[email protected]
hplabs!hpfcmr!homebrew (UUCP)

The Homebrew Mailing List is primarily for the discussion of the making and
tasting of beer, ale, and mead. Related issues, such as breweries, books,
judging, commercial beers, beer festivals, etc, are also discussed.
Wine-making talk is also welcome, but non-homeade-wine talk is not.

Archives are now available from Mthvax.CS.Miami.EDU via the netlib program
and anonymous ftp; please use anonymous ftp if you can, if not
send mail to [email protected] with subject index for a
top level index and help file.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to homebrew-request%[email protected] (or UUCP
hplabs!hpfcmr!homebrew-request).

Coordinator: Rob Gardner

[email protected]
Mailing list for discussion of Honda and Acura automobiles.

Send requests to join to:

[email protected]

Send submissions to:

[email protected]

Coordinator: Rob Malouf [email protected]


[email protected]

Horse enthusiasts of all disciplines and levels of experience are welcome.
This is a bidirectional gateway of the "rec.equestrian" newsgroup and
exists for those who do not have USENET access. It is not a moderated
list. articles are distributed periodically in digest format.

The list is not archived.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected] (or UUCP address
bbn!horse-request).

Coordinator: Ken Rossen
bbn!kenr (uucp)

HSPNET-L on LISTSERV@ALBNYDH2
Hospital Computer Network Discussion Group and Data Base

HSPNET-L provides consultation, a monthly digest, and a data base of
hospital networks. It emphasizes restoration and extension of
consulting for rural hospitals by connection to major medical
centers. All aspects (hardware, software, staff training,
confidentiality of patient data, etc) will be covered. Particular
attention will be paid to existing networks both in USA and abroad.

Transmission of both text and medical image data will be considered
via both land- lines and satellite. The cost-effectiveness of such
distance-consulting will be reviewed in the light of declining rural
hospital acute-care capabilities, and the economic benefits of
keeping the patient in the rural area.

Owner= DFP10@ALBNYVM1 (Donald F. Parsons MD)
Editor= DFP10@ALBNYVM1 (Donald F. Parsons MD)
Donald F. Parsons MD, Wadsworth Center, New York State Dept.Health, Empire
State Plaza, Albany, NY 12201. (518) 474-7047, FAX (518) 474-8590.


HP-28%[email protected]

Mailing list for users/owners of HP-28C and HP-28S calculators, ranging
from "everyday-type" questions/discussion to more advanced and
technical-type support. The list will be for open discussion, posting of
programs (see footnote) technical support, advancements, and problem
solving. Things you may want to share/talk about:

Bugs in the HP-28
Nifty programs
Uses of SYSEVAL
Modifying Hardware (although not recommended)
Accesories/Hardware
Other HP clubs and organizations
Machine Language Programming
New Models!??
Making your 28C more like a 28S
Music and Graphics processing (not great, but neat)
More uses of SYSEVAL... etc.
And questions regarding any of the above....

If you would like to join this list issue the following command:
TELL LISTSERV AT NDSUVM1 SUB HP-28 your_full_name
If on VMS:
SEND LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 SUB HP-28 your_full_name
Non-BitNet users can send e-mail to LISTSERV%[email protected]
with the first line of the TEXT or BODY of the mail being:
SUB HP-28 your_full_name

Coordinator: Eric J. Zmyslowski

HPMINI-L%[email protected]

Mailing list to address hardware and software issues, as they relate to the
Hewlett Packard 9000 series (9000/825, 9000/835, 9000/840, etc).
Initially, the operating system will be limited to HP/UX.

To subscribe to the list send the message:
SUB HPMINI-L your_real_name
(where "your_real_name" is your name, not your userid) to
[email protected] in the text/body of a message or in the text of an
interactive command like TELL or SEND (if available). Non-BItNet users can
send the command in the body of a message to LISTSERV%UAFSYSB.BITNET@
VM1.NODAK.EDU.

Coordinator: Christopher Corke
[email protected]

[email protected]

Mailing list for discussions relating to human rights issues. The list is
currently unmoderated.

There are currently no archives, but hopefully there will be in the future.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Jeff Carpenter


[email protected]

The National Institute of Health's Human Genome Program is planning to
start a newsgroup for the disucussion of genome-related issues.
Information on how to subscribe follows.

The HUMAN-GENOME-PROGRAM newsgroup can be received anywhere in the
world via USENET under the USENET name bionet.molbio.genome-program.

For those who need to receive messages by regular electronic mail
instead of through USENET news software, there are four distribution
points for the HUMAN-GENOME-PROGRAM newsgroup depending upon your
geographical and network locations:


1.) If you reside in the Americas, to subscribe to the
HUMAN-GENOME-PROGRAM bulletin board, please send a message to the
Internet address

[email protected]

This address also serves American BITNET users.


2.) If you use the European Academic Research Network (EARN) and
live in Continental Europe or Ireland, you can subscribe automatically
to the newsgroup by sending a message containing the line

SUBSCRIBE GNOME+PR your_personal_name

to the address

LISTSERV@IRLEARN

(for example, SUBSCRIBE GNOME+PR Chris Smith). The Subject line of
the message should be left blank.


3.) If you reside in the United Kingdom, please send your
subscription request to

[email protected]


4.) If you reside in Scandinavia (or in Continental Europe and have
Internet access), please send your subscription to

[email protected]


If you do not fall into any of the above categories you may contact
whichever of the above sites is most convenient.


Posting Messages to the Bulletin Board
--------------------------------------

Once you have chosen your distribution point, you may post messages by
sending to the bulletin board address at that site. Note below the
shorter addresses used for BITNET/EARN/JANET sites.


Location Posting address
-------- ---------------
Americas / Internet format: [email protected]
Americas / BITNET format: [email protected]
Ireland / EARN format: [email protected]
U.K. / JANET format: [email protected]
Sweden / Internet format: [email protected]


USENET news software users may post messages on their local computer
to bionet.molbio.genome-program (set distribution to "world") and let
the software handle distribution details.

From: [email protected]
Jane Peterson
National Center for Human Genome Research


[email protected]

Mailing list originally consisting of the combined memberships of
INFO-PCNET, HOME-SAT, and TELETEXT mailing lists. Human-Nets has discussed
many topics, all of them related in some way to the theme of a world-wide
computer and telecommunications network usually called WorldNet. The
topics have ranged very widely, from something like tutorials, to state of
the art discussions, to rampant speculation about technology and its
impact. The list is extremely large, making it necessary to batch messages
sent to the list and distributing them once each day during off peak
periods to avoid overloading the system.

The permanent archives contain all of the material distributed to the list.
Due to size, this archive is broken down into several different files,
stored in reverse temporal order. The files are currently stored on
ARPANet host RU-BLUE in files RHYTHM:HUMNET.* (where
"*" is a wild-card).

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Moderator: Charles McGrew

HUMANIST%[email protected]

HUMANIST is an international electronic discussion group for computing
Humanists and for those who support the application of computers to
scholarship in the humanities. It currently consists of nearly 300 members
in 13 countries in North America, Europe, and the Near East. Relevant
topics are technical questions about hardware and software, specific
problems in humanistic scholarship, and both the administrative
difficulties and philosophical issues arising from the application of
computing to the humanities; calls for papers, bibliographies, and reports
of lasting interest are also welcome.

Interested individuals should send a note together with a brief biography
to the Coordinator in the following format:

*Family-name, Given-names

Title, mailing address(es), telephone number(s).

Body of biography. This should not be a c.v. and need not be very
detailed but should cover the full range of your professional activities
and interests, both present and past. Mention other things at your
discretion. Biographies vary considerably in length, though few are
less than 100 words or more than 500.

Coordinator: Willard McCarty


HUNGARY on LISTSERV@UCSBVM Hungarian Discussion Group

A new electronic discussion group on Hungarian issues is now open to
scholars and students from all disciplines. Although the working
language of the group is English, contributions in other languages
will be accepted and posted. However, they may not be understood by
a significant proportion of the membership.

Electronic mail connections have already been established with three
Hungarian universities: Budapest Technical University, Budapest
University of Economic Sciences, and Eotvos Lorand University.

The group and list server addresses of the new group, based at the
University of California, Santa Barbara, are:

[email protected] For mail to broadcast to the list ONLY
[email protected] For commands or to subscribe

To subscribe to the discussion group, send an e-mail message, without
any subject, to the list server address, [email protected],
containing the single line:

subscribe hungary "your name"

with your own name, not your e-mail address, inserted in place of the
phrase "your name," without quotes.

Once you have subscribed, any messages which you want to circulate to
the group should be sent to the group address, [email protected].

The list is moderated, and will be edited by:

Eric Dahlin
[email protected]



[email protected]

Mailing list for the discussion of hyperchannel networks within the context
of an IP network.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: John Lekashman

HYPBAR-L on LISTSERV@TECHNION ([email protected])

HyperBaric & Diving Medicine List

HYPBAR-L is a new list to provide an unmoderated environment where
issues, questions, comments, ideas, and procedures can be discussed.
In a broad sense, this includes virtually anything dealing with
medicine in relation to diving and HyperBaric Medicine.

The explicit purpose of HYPBAR-L is to provide timely interchange
between subscribers, to provide a forum where interesting questions
can be addressed within the context of interactive exchange between
many individuals, to discuss the evolution and application of
HyperBaric and Diving Medicine, to announce professional meetings,
calls for papers, and any additional information that would be of
interest.

As is the case on all unmoderated lists, the discussion and topics
are only limited by the participation and interest of its
subscribers. Subscribers are welcome to take an active role by
posting and/or an inactive role by monitoring the list. Although not
necessary for participation, it shall be assumed that all subscribers
are basically familiar with the medical jargon that is used on this
list.

To subscribe to HYPBAR-L, please send mail or file to
LISTSERV@TECHNION or [email protected] and place in
the body of the text the line

SUB HYPBAR-L .

This list does not support nor is supported by any medical group or
medical installation. This list was created due to requests by
several individuals within the medical community located in different
countries.

Coordinator:
Robert Al Hartshorn

[email protected]
[email protected] (Bitnet)

Discussion of the BBoard package. BBoard is a VMS utility to link mail,
delivered by Jnet, and VAX Notes, an electronic conferencing system from
Digital Equipment Corp. BBoard's primary purpose is to reduce the number
of LISTSERV or mailing list subscribers at a node so that only one user
(BBOARD) is subscribed. The messages from each mailing list will then be
posted in a separate Notes conference.

There is no automated archive retrieval facility. However, requests for
archived material may be sent to the I-BBReq address below.

Requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected] (Internet) or
[email protected] (BitNet).

Coordinator: Benjamin Cohen

(BitNet)

I-Finger%[email protected]

Discussion of the Finger program and related utilities. Finger is a
utility which performs username lookup, WHOIS functions, and system status
functions. This list is hosted on the system where VMS Finger and RSTS/E
Finger are maintained, so initial discussions will probably center around
these versions. However, discussions about any Finger variant or similar
utilities are welcomed.

There is no automated archive retrieval facility, however requests for
archived material may be sent to the I-FinReq/I-FINREQ address below.

Requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to I-FinReq%[email protected] (Internet)
or [email protected] (BitNet)

Coordinator: Terry Kennedy

IAMEX-L on LISTSERV@TECMTYVM (BITNET)
or [email protected] (INTERNET)

I am glad to inform you that we just opened a list of artificial
intelligence, with the purpose to change ideas from Latinoamerica and
the rest of the world, this list will look general topics (medicine,
mechanical engineering, games, electronics, administration, etc), we
will show applications, discussions, ideas of AI in this areas. We
will be glad if you decide to join us. Some information of the list:

Artificial Intelligence list of ITESM.

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE is a very powerful tool, and still very new.
Some Thoughts about this topic are very dissapointed, the reason of
it, it is that AI is a unknown area for most of the people, or it
seems to them that ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE is more theorical than
practical. The PURPOSE of this list is to present to the people,
there is a practical use for this science, and its technics are very
useful for the understanding of the knowledge. Letting knowing to
the people how we are developing this area in Mexico, and other
countries. This will be done in the following way:

1) Answering questions (doubts about a topic from a class, project,etc)
2) Presenting and discussion of interviews from experts
3) Presenting and discussion projects around the world
4) Sending out a periodical general information about a topic
5) Sending out information about simposiums, meetings, bibliography, etc.

This project is administrated by the AI Invetigation Center in
Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM)
in Monterrey, N.L.

The people who are interesting about subscribing this list must fill
these requirements:

1: Be a student, investigator, profesor who are interesting and have
some knowledge of this area
2: Must fill the registration form, please ask for it to owners.

To Be Added to the List Please Contact one of the Owners:
[email protected] (Juana Maria Gomez Puertos)
[email protected] (Fernando Careaga Sanchez)

Note: There is an old "Arpanet" to BITNET redistribution list
called AILIST at our site. However, it has been dormant for several
years and would not emphasize work in Latin America as this list
would. If we do restart the list it will probably be as an e-mail
gateway with an active news group anyway. mgh


IBM-NETS (ARPANet)
(Bitnet)

IBM-Nets is a forum for any discussions relating to IBM mainframes and
networking. It is an immediate redistribution list with no filtering or
digesting. Examples:

Tcp/Ip and VM or MVS Wisconsin Wiscnet
Spartacus Knet X.25
Ethernet Pronet
SNA Vnet
Bitnet NJE protocols
or anything else that is related to IBM mainframes and networking

The system server [email protected] contains a 6 month archive of all
IBM-Nets transactions. In order to learn more on how to access these
archives via the Internet, send a valid piece of RFC822 mail to
Database%[email protected] with the first nonblank lines
reading as follows:

HELP
HELP ARPANET
HELP DESIGN

Note: If your mail header does not contain a proper "From:' or
"Reply-To:" field, in addition to being fully domain qualified (RFC920),
your mail will not be processed.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to:
ARPANet: Hank%[email protected]
Bitnet: Hank@BITNIC
*Be sure to specify IBM-Nets*

Coordinator: Henry Nussbacher


IBM-SRD on LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 IBM Screen Reader Product
or [email protected]

IBM-SRD is a discussion list for thongs relating to the IBM Screen
Reader Product.

The IBM Screen reader is a hardware/software combination that enables
a blind user to navigate around the screen when a speech synthesizer
is attatched to the computer. What I hope to establish is a user's
forum to discuss aspects of the use and programming of Screen Reader.

The list can be subscribed to by sending mail to LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 on
BITNET (or [email protected]) with the TEXT of the mail saying:
SUB IBM-SRD yourfirstname yourlastname

There will also be an archive site at ndsuvm1 of Screen Reader
materials - essentially source code in Screen Reader's Profile Access
Language which is the mechanism one uses to teach Screen Reader about
different application programs. For e-mail access send mail to
LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 (or [email protected]) with the commands
INDEX IBM-SRD
GET SRD-0001 README
in the text (body) of the message. (Be sure to send these to LISTSERV
and NOT to the list).

You may also use FTP to connect to vm1.nodak.edu (134.129.111.1)
using userid anonymous and any password. Enter CD IBM-SRD and
DIR to see what files are available.

List Owner: Brett G. Person



[email protected]

IBMTCP-L is intended for discussion of the IBM TCP/IP For VM program
offering (5798-FAL). It is also for discussion of the IBM DACU (7170),
8232 LAN Channel Station, 9370 Ethernet adapter and other similar hardware,
as they relate to the IBM product, as well as the PC/IP portion of the
product.

To subscribe to the list, from a VM site on BITNET issue:
TELL LISTSERV AT CUNYVM SUBSCRIBE IBMTCP-L Your_Full_Name
where Your_Full_Name is your real name (not your userid).
From a VMS BITNET site use the SEND/REMOTE command.

If you are at a site not on Bitnet or where you cannot send interactive
messages, you can send a message to [email protected], where the
first non-header line consists of:
SUBSCRIBE IBMTCP-L Your_Full_Name

IBMTCP-L archives are stored at [email protected]. Logs are created
monthly, and are named in the format IBMTCP-L LOGyymm. As of October 1987,
these logs were available:
IBMTCP-L LOG8707 2054 lines
IBMTCP-L LOG8708 1903 lines
IBMTCP-L LOG8709 633 lines
IBMTCP-L LOG8710 3839 lines
To obtain a list of currently available files, the command is:
INDEX IBMTCP-L
The command to obtain a specific file is:
GET IBMTCP-L file_name
for example,
GET IBMTCP-L LOG8710

Please note that there is no IBMTCP-L-REQUEST address. Requests should be
sent directly to [email protected] as described above. Note also
that CUNYVM.CUNY.EDU is node CUNYVM on Bitnet. Questions should be
referred to the Coordinator.

Coordinator: Steven Polinsky


[email protected]

Discussion of topics related to the Icon programming language (a
high-level, general-purpose programming language that emphasizes string and
structure processing). Such topics include: Programming Techniques,
Theoretical Aspects, Icon in relation to other languages, Applications of
Icon, Implementation Issues, Porting Icon, Bugs.

N.B.: The Icon programming language has no particular relationship to icons
such as those used in window systems.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].
Questions about obtaining Icon should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Bill Mitchell

ICU-L on LISTSERV@UBVM ([email protected])

This list was formed to serve as a vehicle for (1) discussion of
topics and articles related to computing in education and (2)
delivery of the ICU Newsletter which is a joint publication of Iowa
State University and Digital Equipment Corporation.

Archives of ICU-L and related files are stored in the ICU-L FILELIST.
To receive a list of files send the command 'INDEX ICU-L' (without
the ' ') to LISTSERV@UBVM or [email protected] as the
first line in the body of a mail message (not the Subject: line).

To subscribe to LISTNAME, send the command 'SUB ICU-L your name'
(without the ' ') to LISTSERV@UBVM or [email protected]
via a mail message (again, as the first line in the body of the mail,
not the Subject: line).

For example: SUB ICU-L Joe Shmoe

Owner: Jim Gerland
Jim Gerland

IDFORUM on LISTSERV@YORKVM1 Industrial Design Forum

IDFORUM provides a global electronic meeting place for all involved
in industrial design. Practicing designers, design educators and
design students are invited to subscribe. Subscribers will receive
Voice of Industrial Design (VOID), a newsletter complied by
industrial design students.

To subscribe to this list send a mail/note to LISTSERV@YORKVM1

VM systems may use the interactive command:
TELL LISTSERV at YORKVM1 SUBSCRIBE IDFORUM your-full-name

VAX systems:
SEND LISTSERV@YORKVM1 SUBSCRIBE IDFORUM your-full-name

Please direct enquiries to the
List Owner: Maurice Barnwell
[email protected]

Veronica Timm
VM/CMS and AS/400 Technical Support
York University
Toronto, Canada.


IDMS-L%[email protected]

A forum for users of Cullinet software. Cullinet system software and
application software operate on several platforms. IDMS/R is the data base
management software for mainframes; IDMS/SQL (aka Enterprise DB) operates
on VAX. Goldengate, Infogate, and IDMS/Architect are examples of
micro-computer software. Appropriate discussion topics include (but are
not limited to): installation/migration issues, "How To" questions, and
any other concerns/problems encountered by users of Cullinet software.

To subscribe to IDMS-L, send the command:
SUB IDMS-L your_full_name
to LISTSERV@UGA e.g. SUB IDMS-L "William H. E. Day"
To have your name removed from the IDMS-L subscriber list, send:
SIGNOFF IDMS-L
Commands can be sent to LISTSERV@UGA either as interactive messages or in
e-mail (one command per line in the body of the e-mail message).
Subscription problems or questions may be directed to the List
Coordinator).

Coordinator: James F. Bradshaw

[email protected]
IDX3000@SUVM (BitNet)

Mailing list for discussion of the IDX-3000 Data PBX (manufactured by
M/A-COM Linkabit). Topics include good news and bad.

Archives are available through revised LISTSERV.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected] or IDX-REQ@SUVM (BitNet).
Those familiar with revised LISTSERV can subscribe thru
[email protected] or LISTSERV@SUVM (BitNet).

Coordinator: John Wobus
JMWOBUS@SUVM (BitNet)

[email protected]

Mailing list for the IFIP 6.5 Task Group on Gateways (gateways and
interworking between X.400 and non-X.400 MHS environments and between 1984
and 1988 X.400 conformant systems). Participation is open to anyone with
something to contribute.

For those with ARPANet/MilNet access, the archives are maintained on host
ICS.UCI.EDU in directory mhs, file ifip-gtwy; it can be accessed via
ANONYMOUS FTP.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to .

Tssk Group Chair/List Maintainer: Tim Kehres

IFPHEN-L%[email protected]

Discussion group on Interfacial Phenomena (Group 1c, American Institute of
Chemical Engineers). Meetings, articles, software, theories, materials,
methods, tools, etc., are discussed.

To subscribe to the list:

From a VM site on BITNET do:
TELL LISTSERV at WSUVM1 SUBSCRIBE IFPHEN-L Your_Full_Name
where Your_Full_Name is your real name (not your userid).
From a VMS BITNET site use the SEND/REMOTE command.

If you are at a site not on bitnet or where you cannot send interactive
messages you can send a message to
LISTSERV%[email protected] where the first non-header line
consists of:
SUBSCRIBE IFPHEN-L Your_Full_Name

Coordinator: Richard L. Zollars
SCEF0002@WSUVMS1 (BitNet)

[email protected]

Purpose: A support group for people with immune-system breakdowns (and
their symptoms) such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Lupus, Candida,
Hypoglycemia, Multiple Allergies, Learning Disabilities, etc, and their
SO's, medical caretakers, etc. We have over 80 members and average 1-4
postings per week. The group is unmoderated and open to anyone anywhere in
the world (no arguments about whether or not these disabilities exist).

Contact: [email protected] (internet)
or: [email protected] (bitnet) (both go to me, Cyndi Norman)
Those on the bitnet can receive the list but may have to post
by sending messages to me.




[email protected]

An unmoderated list for the discussion of Informix software and related
subjects. Topics include all Informix offerings, from C-ISAM to WingZ, plus
third-party products. Membership is open to anyone, including end-users,
vendors and employees of Informix Software, Inc. An optional gateway
service of Informix-related articles from comp.databases is offered. Not
affiliated with Informix Software, Inc.

Contact [email protected] for instructions on subscribing
to the list.

Coordinator: Walt Hultgren



IMAGEN-L%[email protected]

Mailing list for discussion of the various features of the Imagen XP series
of printers. Topics of interest include techniques used to create
host-based print-spooling and accounting software, TCP/IP and UDP
interfaces to the printer via it's LAN attachment and production of
Postscript output. Hopefully this list will eventually serve as a
repository for user-contributed spooling/accounting software should there
be sufficient interest.

IMAGEN-L is archived monthly; to obtain a list of available files send the
following command as the only line in the text/body of an e-mail message to
LISTSERV@UOGUELPH:
INDEX IMAGEN-L

BitNet users may subscribe by sending the following command to LISTSERV at
OUGUELPH via interactive message or e-mail:
SUB IMAGEN-L Your full name
where "Your full name" is your real name, not your login Id.
Non-BitNet users can join the list by sending the above command as the only
line in the text/body of a message to
LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Steve Howie


[email protected]

The purpose of this list is to provide units of the International
Clinical Epidemiology Network presently connected by electronic
mail, with a vehicle for questions and comments to an "expert" in
different aspects of clinical epidemiology.

To subscribe to this list send a mail/note message to
CLIFTONJ@MCMASTER or [email protected]
requesting a subscription to list INCLEN-L giving your
full name and title.

INDIA-L%[email protected]

Mailing list for discussion of anything that is of interest to people of
the Indian subcontinent. The list includes distributions of the Usenet
Newsgroup soc.culture.indian.

Archives of INDIA-L and related files are stored in the INDIA-L FILELIST.
To receive a list of files, send the following command to LISTSERV@UTARLVM1
via mail or interactive message: INDEX INDIA-L

BitNet users may subscribe by sending the following command to
LISTSERV@UTARLVM1 via mail or interactive message:
SUBSCRIBE INDIA-L Your full name
where "Your full name" is your real name, not your login Id.
Non-BitNet users can join the list by sending the above command as the only
line in the text/body of a message to
LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: K. Vaninadha Rao

[email protected]

For the sake of completeness: There's been an Indigo Girls mailing
list since last August. The submission address is
[email protected], and the administrative address (for
[un]subscription requests, etc.) is [email protected].

I forget whether this is in the "list of lists" posting; if not, it
should be!

-steve


INDOLOGY on [email protected] Study of Classical India

The INDOLOGY list is chiefly aimed at academics interested in the
study of classical India. The group might be expected to discuss
topics such as the history of linguistics, Indo-european philology
and grammar, issues of character set encoding, the location of
citations, and the exchange of e-texts.

To subscribe, please send the following line as the body of a mail item

SUB INDOLOGY your_first_name your_second_name

to LISTSERV @ LIVERPOOL.AC.UK

Note: This was formerly a private list based at ucl.ac.uk

List owners:
D.WUJASTYK @ UCL.AC.UK Dominik Wujastyk
QQ43 @ LIVERPOOL.AC.UK Chris Wooff



[email protected]

This discussion list focuses on the Xerox/Envos Lisp environment and the
associated protocols. Its purpose is to stimulate communication and
sharing between computer science research groups that use or are interested
in the environment. The list may be used for messages such as
announcements of available lispusers packages or for queries such as "Does
anybody know of a PUP file server implementation for the Sinclair ZX-80?"
or to warn others of Interlisp-D and Medley bugs and/or suggest workarounds
or to solicit help or discussion.

Xerox PARC, SIS, and Envos people are included in the distribution to
facilitate communication about new developments, bugs, performance issues,
etc.. Additionally, Info-1100 is automatically forwarded to
[email protected], where bugs are noted and acted upon if
appropriate. Xerox AIS and Envos employees will not respond in Info-1100
unless the reply is of general interest or silence would mislead the
readership. This mailing list is also distributed as the usenet newsgroup
comp.sys.xerox.

A historical note describing the name: The Lisp environment was originally
implemented on Xerox' 1100-series workstations, and the user base is
primarily still on 1108's, 1109's, and 1186's.

Archives of messages are kept on SUMEX-AIM in directory in files:
INFO-1100.84-12-31 (182960 bytes) INFO-1100.86-06-30 (265975 bytes)
INFO-1100.85-06-30 (160812 bytes) INFO-1100.86-09-30 (156640 bytes)
INFO-1100.85-09-30 (218595 bytes) INFO-1100.86-12-31 (261764 bytes)
INFO-1100.85-12-31 (280095 bytes)
INFO-1100.86-03-31 (267301 bytes) INFO-1100.TXT
Some net-contributed lispusers packages, updates, and patches are filed in:
etc.

Requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc. should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Arun Welch

[email protected]

Mailing list for users of OS's capable of running on small 68000 systems,
primarly CP/M-68K. Related systems (OS/9-68K, etc.) and topics welcome.

Mail archives are kept on host WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL as TOPS20 mail files
named yymm.n-TXT, where n starts with one and increments by one into
another file as each file reached 150 disk pages. To conserve disk space,
all the mail files in the archive, except for the current year, are
individually compressed. The compressed files have the suffix -Z as part
of the filetype field; they should be renamed to have the suffix .Z
(uppercase Z) when transfered to a Unix system so the uncompress program
will find them. The current month's mail is still kept in 68K-ARCHIV.TXT.
The archives are stored in directory:
PD2:
Archive files are available via ANONYMOUS FTP from WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL
for those with TCP/IP access to the Internet.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Mike Meyer

[email protected]

Mailing list for announcements, questions and discussions of a technical
nature, requests for information, and just about anything else having to do
with the Ada programming language (ANSI/MIL-STD-1815A-1983).

Messages are collected and automatically digested on a daily basis for mail
distribution via WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL. Individual messages are
bidirectionally gatewayed with the USENET newsgroup comp.lang.ada. The list
is redistributed for BITNet, EARN, and NetNorth via the peered lists
INFO-ADA@NDSUVM1 and INFO-ADA@FINHUTC on BITNet and EARN; both sites run
Eric Thomas's LISTSERV.

Archives of messages can be found on host AJPO.SEI.CMU.EDU in the files
~ftp/public/infoada/* (the path name is case-sensitive), and are available
to DDN users via anonymous FTP.

All Internet requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems,
etc., should be sent to [email protected]. BITNet, EARN,
and NetNorth users can subscribe by sending the SUB command with your name;
for example:
SEND LISTSERV@host SUB INFO-APP your_full_name
or TELL LISTSERV AT host SUB INFO-APP your_full_name
To be removed from the list,
SEND LISTSERV@host SIGNOFF INFO-APP
or TELL LISTSERV AT host SIGNOFF INFO-APP
where "host" is NDSUVM1 or FINHUTC and "your_full_name" is your name (NOT
your net address).

Coordinator: Karl A. Nyberg

[email protected]

An unmoderated mailing list for the discussion of Alliant computer systems.
Software, programming techniques, and bugs are more than welcome.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, etc.,
should be sent to [email protected]

Coordinator: Gene Rackow

[email protected]

An informal mailing list intended for general discussion by recipients of
the Andrew distribution (and implementors of Andrew). Andrew, a joint
project of Carnegie Mellon University & IBM, is a prototype computing
environment for academic and research use under the UNIX operating system.
There are four main parts to Andrew:

- The Andrew File System (AFS), a large-scale distributed central
file system.
- The Andrew Toolkit (ATK), a toolkit for building complex graphical
user interface programs in a window-manager independent way
(currently runs on X11 and the old Andrew window manager)
- The Andrew Message System (AMS), a multi-media mail and bulletin
board system compatible with non-multi-media systems
- The Andrew application programs, a suite of programs that use the
ATK to provide various useful features.

Topics can include (but are not limited to):

- hints about using/building Andrew
- discussions about desired features, changes, etc.
- comments about the Andrew distribution (e.g., "it stinks", "it's
great")
- questions about the availability/existence of other parts of Andrew

The mailing list is available in both Andrew multi-media format (if you
have the AMS up and running) and plain-text format. By default you will be
sent plain-text versions of the posts, but you can request a change in
which version you receive by sending mail to the -Request address. When
sending a message to this list, you should feel free to include any
multi-media images (rasters, animations, etc.) which might help to express
you question, comment, etc. Such images will automatically be stripped out
and replaced by "A picture appeared here" before being redistributed to the
plain-text recipients.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected]. NOTE: All
subscription requests will also be added to the Info-Andrew-Bugs
distribution list unless specifically requested not to.

Coordinator: Adam Stoller

[email protected]

Mailing list for reporting bugs/problems with the Andrew distribution.
(See Info-Andrew entry for more detailed description on what "Andrew" is).
Official responses to queries and bug reports will be posted to this
mailing list. Topics include:

- problems discovered in building the distribution
- problems discovered in running parts of the distribution
- questions about difficulties encountered (even if you're not sure
they're bugs)

When sending a message to this list, you should feel free to include any
multi-media images (rasters, animations, etc.), that might help to clarify
a bug report. Such images will automatically be stripped out and replaced
by "A picture appeared here" before being redistributed to the plain-text
recipients.

The list will be moderated, so that all bugs can be tracked and referenced
with patch files. We expect that posts will go out to the subscribers
about once a week, summarizing those reports which have been fixed and
those still being looked into.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected]. NOTE: All
subscription requests will also be added to the Info-Andrew distribution
list unless specifically requested not to.

Coordinator: Adam Stoller

[email protected]

APPLE II series user's mailing list.

Mail archives are kept on host WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL as TOPS20 mail files
named yymm.n-TXT, where n starts with one and increments by one into
another file as each file reached 150 disk pages. To conserve disk space,
all the mail files in the archive, except for the current year, are
individually compressed. The compressed files have the suffix -Z as part
of the filetype field; they should be renamed to have the suffix .Z
(uppercase Z) when transfered to a Unix system so the uncompress program
will find them. The current month's mail is still kept in
APPLE-ARCHIV.TXT. The archives are stored in directory:
PD2:
Archive files are available via ANONYMOUS FTP from WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL
for those with TCP/IP access to the Internet.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

INFO-APP@NDSUVM1 is the BITNET/NetNorth/EARN Redistribution for the ARPANET
list. BITNET, EARN, or NetNorth subscribers can join by sending the SUB
command with your name; for example:
SEND LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 SUB INFO-APP Jon Doe
or TELL LISTSERV AT NDSUVM1 SUB INFO-APP Jon Doe
To be removed from the list,
SEND LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 SIGNOFF INFO-APP
or TELL LISTSERV AT NDSUVM1 SIGNOFF INFO-APP
To MAKE CONTRIBUTIONS to the list, BitNet, EARN, and Netnorth users should
send mail to the ARPANet list name: [email protected], NOT to the BITNET
list name!

Moderators: Brint Cooper
Bill Mermagen, Jr.

[email protected]

List to facilitate communication between Applebus hardware and software
developers and other interested parties. Applebus is Apple's networking
scheme, which is used for connecting personal computers and other devices
(laser printers, file servers, gateways to to other networks, etc.).

Archives are available on LANCASTER.ANDREW.CMU.EDU (IP address 128.2.13.21)
in directory pub/info-appletalk.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected]

Moderator: Tom Holodnik

[email protected] IBM AS/400 Discussion
or [email protected]

This is a "how-to" discussion on IBM AS/400 architecture, systems,
and software. It is for the discussion of most topics, including
hardware, systems and applications programming, networking, and
connectivity. IBM and third-party solutions may be discussed.

The list is primarily aimed at system administrators, managers, and
programmers. Because this is an Internet/BITNET list, the use of
AS/400 systems in research and education, and in the context of
cooperative interational networks, is certain to be of interest.

It is hoped that beginners will turn to the list for answers to their
questions, and that more experienced participants will provide gentle
answers.

These topics should be avoided, as they will get in the way of our
discussions of how to solve real problems with the systems we have:
(1) the merits of IBM AS/400 products relative to their competitors,
(2) product announcements, and (3) IBM bashing. (Other topics may be
added to this list in the future.)

Owner: [email protected] (IBM AS/400 Discussion Coordinator)
[email protected] (Stephen L. Arnold)

Notebooks: No

Notes:

1. This list is unmoderated. Submissions to Info-AS400@Joiner
([email protected]) are immediately forwarded to the list.

2. This is not a LISTSERV list and requests for list changes are
handled manually by the coordinator. Send requests to update the list
to [email protected]. The list is a PMDF distribution list
hosted on a VAX system running VMS.

3. Contributions sent to this list are manually archived. Requests for
old postings will be answered by the coordinator. Send such requests to
[email protected]. If there is sufficient demand for auto-
matic subscription and archive service, I'll explore ways to provide it.


INFO-ATARI


Discussions of 8- and 16-bit Atari computers and related topics.
Commercial messages and advertisements are not permitted.

LISTSERV provides access to files for everyone who can send mail,
independent of their location. On Bitnet messages should be sent to
your nearest LISTSERV (the one from which you receive the info-atari
digests); if your address is not on Bitnet, an address for file servers
is given below. All mail sent to LISTSERV contains command lines.
LISTSERV will respond by return mail. No subject is necessary in such
mail. For more information send the command
INFO

The list_name for 16-bit Ataris is INFO-A16. The list_name for 8-bit
Ataris is INFO-A8. These list names are used by Bitnet addressees
for subscribing and unsubscribing and by everyone for obtaining back
copies of news digests. The list_names for programs stored in the
archives are PROG-A16 and PROG-A8.

You can obtain copies of files from LISTSERV by sending a message in
the specified format. To obtain a list of files in the file server,
the command is
INDEX list_name
The command to obtain a specific file is
GET list_name file_name
for example, GET INFO-A16 87-00076
If you want to learn more, send the message
HELP

If you are on Bitnet you may add or remove yourself from the
distribution list. The command to join the list is
SUBSCRIBE list_name User_name
The command to remove yourself from the list is
UNSUBSCRIBE list_name

If you are on ARPAnet (or gatewayed to it), your mail concerning
16-bit Atari information should be addressed to
LISTSERV%[email protected]. Mail concerning 8-bit
Atari information should be addressed to
LISTSERV%[email protected].

Administrative messages should be sent to
[email protected] or
[email protected].

Moderators:
(Un)Subscribing problems:
Harry Williams
16-bit digest archives:
Peter Jasper-Fayer
16-bit program archives:
Richard Werezak
8-bit archives:
John Voigt
8-bit program archives:
Arnold de Leon .

[email protected]

INFO-C is gatewayed with the comp.lang.c newsgroup on USENET. Its purpose
is to carry on discussions about C programming and the C programming
language.

BitNet, EARN, or NetNorth subscribers can join by sending the SUB command
to NDSUVM1 with your name. For example:
SEND LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 SUB INFO-C Your_Full_Name
or
TELL LISTSERV AT NDSUVM1 SUB INFO-C Your_Full_Name
where Your_Full_Name is your real name, not your userid.
To be removed from the list, send the SIGNOFF command:
SEND LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 SIGNOFF INFO-C
or
TELL LISTSERV AT NDSUVM1 SIGNOFF INFO-C

Requests by Internet users to be added to or deleted from this list, as
well as problems, questions, etc., should be sent to
[email protected].

Coordinator: Mark Plotnick

[email protected]

Topics relevant to any Computer Automated Measurement And Control (CAMAC)
hardware or software issue are appropriate.

At present there are no specific "archives." KL.SRI.COM file
INFO-CAMAC.TXT has the current submissions. KL.SRI.COM supports
anonymous FTP.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Richard Steinberger

[email protected]

Mailing list dealing with the CCMD package (TOPS-20 COMND% JSYS emulation
written in C). Currently, CCMD runs under Berkeley 4.x Unix, System V, and
MS-DOS. We'd like to see some other ports come along too. If there is
anyone currently working on porting CCMD to something not mentioned above,
or would like to work on porting CCMD to another OS, we'd like to hear
about it (VMS comes to mind).

CCMD source code is available via ANONYMOUS FTP from CUNIXF.CC.COLUMBIA.EDU
Files are in directory ccmd.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Fuat Baran

[email protected]

Discussions pertaining to superminicomputer systems manufactured by
Celerity.

Archives are available upon request to
[email protected].

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Glenn Bresnahan

[email protected]

Mailing list for sharing ideas, questions, bug fixes, and so forth
concerning any aspect of the hardware and software products produced by
Convex Corp. Initially, this group will not be moderated.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: [email protected] (Karen Birkelbach)

[email protected]

Information and discussion on both 8 and 16-bit versions of the CP/M
microcomputer operating system.

Mail archives are kept on host WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL as TOPS20 mail files
named yymm.n-TXT, where n starts with one and increments by one into
another file as each file reached 150 disk pages. To conserve disk space,
all the mail files in the archive, except for the current year, are
individually compressed. The compressed files have the suffix -Z as part
of the filetype field; they should be renamed to have the suffix .Z
(uppercase Z) when transfered to a Unix system so the uncompress program
will find them. The current month's mail is still kept in CPM-ARCHIV.TXT.
The archives are stored in directory:
PD2:
Archive files are available via ANONYMOUS FTP FROM WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL
for those with TCP/IP access to the Internet.

Over 80 megabytes of public domain software (most of it CP/M) are kept in
five program archives. For a description of these archives, request a copy
of the "archive blurb" from [email protected].

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Keith Petersen

[email protected]

A forum for users to ask questions and share answers about various topics
concerning DEC Microcomputers (i.e. Rainbow 100, MicroVax, Professional
350/380).

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Rob Locke


[email protected]

Discussion of DSEE, a software engineering environment from Apollo in
wide-spread use by tens of thousands of programmers, on projects up to
5,000,000 lines of code.

DSEE elegantly and efficiently solves many common problems -- how to work
on multiple versions of a program at a time, how to tell when someone has
made a change you need to know about, how to develop software for multiple
target machines, how to KNOW the right version of each source file was
used, etc.

If all this sounds like hype, join the mailing list, and listen to users.

At least initially, the list will not be moderated or digested; if the
volume is sufficient, this may change. Mail to the list will be archived
in some public place that will be announced at a later date.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: David Lubkin

[email protected]

Mailing list for users of the Encore MultiMax computers and Encore Annex
terminal servers.

All requests to be added or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Moderator: Dan Burrows

[email protected]

Mailing list for System Frameworks. This group is designed to provide
information for software tool developers that are responsible for
integrating heterogenous software products. This can include in-house and
vendor supplied. Usually, the integration of the products is designed to
provide an environment that makes using the tools easier. The basic issue
is to build a `framework' around the tools that provides a common and
consistent view of the system. The framework is not limited to homogeneous
environments, but also can span heterogeneous systems. Companies like EDA
and government sponsored projects like EIS are trying to tackle this
problem. This group can be viewed as a forum for users and developers to
voice their opinions on this subject. Frameworks are common in the area of
CAD/CAE, CASE and office automation; but they are not limited to only these
areas. Topics open for discussion are:

Tool encapsulation Data Management Network Computing
User Interface Data Transfer Languages Tool Portability
Process Control/Flow Object Programming Anything Else

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Moderator: Louis McDonald

[email protected]
...{bu-cs,decvax,necntc,talcott}!encore!info-futures (UUCP)

Digest to provide a speculative forum for analyzing current and likely
events in technology as they will affect our near future in computing and
related areas. In broad terms, topics of interest include developments in
both computing research and industry which are likely to affect our
decision making, particularly decisions we are probably grappling with
right this minute. Technologies can change so rapidly that simply
forecasting for needs within any organization one or two years in advance
can be extremely difficult, frequently we are forced to provide foundations
that effectively lock us into a technology for longer periods of time. It
is hoped the information this list provides can help both the practitioner
and researcher determine where best to expend resources.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Moderator: Barry Shein

INFO-GCG%[email protected]

Mailing list covering topics in computer aided molecular biology and of
particular interest to users and managers of the "Genetics Computer Group"
software from the University of Wisconsin.

BitNet users can subscribe by sending the following command to LISTSERV@
UTORONTO:
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can subscribe by sending the above command in the body of a message to
LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: John Cargill



[email protected] -- The GNUISH MsDos Development Group

The Free Software Foundation (FSF) is not directly interested in
integrating or maintaining ports of GNU software to MS-DOS, because of
limited resources. These activities take time away from finishing a
complete standalone GNU, which FSF and many in the GNU Project
considers much more important.

There is a mailing list to discuss these MsDos ports of GNU
software. It is called [email protected]. It is
managed by an experimental Unix-based listserv program. Send
the command:

add info-gnu-msdos
to:
[email protected]

to become subscribed to the list. Send a message containing only
'help' to get more information about the listserv. Do not send these
commands to info-gnu-msdos. They should go to the listserv address.

The list is not moderated, not digestified, and open to subscription
by anyone. Problems with the mailing list should be directed to:

[email protected]

To get more information about the GNUISH project, look at the file
on wuarchive.wustl.edu (128.252.135.4) in the mirrors/msdos/gnuish
directory called '00msdos.gnu'.


[email protected] ^ Mr. David J. Camp
david%[email protected] < * > +1 314 382 0584
...!uunet!wugate!wubios!david v "God loves material things."


[email protected]

Discussion of Graphics hardware, software, and any topic related to
graphics. Basically a free-wheeling exchange of information, much like
INFO-CPM.

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etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Andy Cromarty

[email protected]

A mailing list for Amateur Radio (not CB) operators. INFO-HAMS is
gatewayed to/from Usenet's rec.ham-radio so Usenet people will get it
there.

Mail archives are kept on host WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL as TOPS20 mail files
named yymm.n-TXT, where n starts with one and increments by one into
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will find them. The current month's mail is still kept in HAMS-ARCHIV.TXT.
The archives are stored in directory:
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Archive files are available via ANONYMOUS FTP for those with TCP/IP access
to the Internet.

Phil Howard KA9WGN also archives the
INFO-HAMS mailing list on BITNET node UIUCVMD using the LISTSERV mailing
list server (subscriptions disabled for this). Users on BITNET may request
files to be sent to them by sending commands, either by interactive message
or in the message body by mail, to the address LISTSERV@UIUCVMD. The
command to see the current online list of files is:
INDEX INFOHAMS
(Note there is no dash "-"). To obtain volume 88 issue 73, send the
command:
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INFO-HAMS is a digested mailing list, and each digest is available
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problems, questions, etc., should be sent to
[email protected].

Coordinator: Keith Petersen

[email protected]

This list is for the exchange of subjective comments about high end audio
equipment and modifications performed to high end pieces. Techniques used
to modify equipment especially, but not limited to, vacuum tube electronics
are exchanged. Some comments may be subjective or intuitive and may not
yet have a measurable basis. Other topics of discussion include
turntables, arms and cartridges; preamplifiers, headamps and cartridge
matching; speakers, amplifiers and matching; placement of speakers, and
room treatments. Any comments that prevent an open exchange of ideas and
techniques are not encouraged.

Archives of projects will be maintained on CSD4.csd.uwm.edu and available
via anonymous FTP.

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etc., should be sent to [email protected]

Cordinator: Thomas Krueger

[email protected]

INFO-HZ100 is a forum for discussion concerning topics related to the
Zenith Z-100 (Heath H-100) family of professional desktop computers.
Messages are forwarded for immediate redistribution to the main list.
Distribution is limited to one central mailbox per site.

Periodically, useful knowledge and items generated from the list and other
random sources will be edited into a newsletter for distribution to both
network and non-network interested groups. Any comments, suggestions,
help, knowledge, software, ideas, etc., would be greatly appreciated.

The INFO-HZ100 PD Library of software is available in directory
PD2: on host WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL.

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etc., should be sent to [email protected]

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To make contributions to the list, BitNet subscribers should send mail to
the ARPANet list name, NOT to the BITNET list name.

Coordinator: Gern

[email protected]

Info-IBMPC is a forum for technical discussion of the IBM Personal Computer
and compatible micro-computers, providing a way for interested members of
the Internet community to compare notes, ask questions, and share insights
of a technical nature about these machines. While it is not primarily a
consumer's guide to the IBM PC, the digest may also be useful for that
purpose.

Messages are collected, edited into digests and distributed as the volume
of mail dictates (generally twice a week). All messages regarding hardware
for IBM PCs, PC and compatibles and software are welcomed; messages on
other topics will not be run. In addition, two topics are taboo and are
routinely edited out: (1) self promotion of products for sale, and (2)
anything about copy protection.

An archive of back issues and a program library are available to those with
FTP access (essentially anyone on the Internet). Digests are archived at
WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL in PD2: in format.
Digests from September 1982 through the current issue are available by
ANONYMOUS FTP login.

A library of free software in binary and source code form is maintained at
SIMTEL20 in directory PD1: and PD2:. A list of all MS-DOS
programs available from WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL is contained in
PD1:FILES.IDX. Donations of source code are welcomed. Donated
programs must be truly free and public domain, with no fee or contribution
required or requested, and no license agreement. To donate a program to
the library, send a description of the program along with a copy of the
source code to [email protected].

Files may be FTP'ed by logging in to the SIMTEL20 FTP server with username
ANONYMOUS, password GUEST. (Although GUEST is a perfectly good password, a
password of is preferred.) For those subscribers
without Internet FTP access, a file transfer mechanism has been set up with
RPIECS.bitnet. For more details, send a message to
with the first line of 'HELP' or ask the editor
for the Simtel-Bitnet FTP help file. Requested files are mailed to those
users with a VALID Internet return address.

WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL can be accessed using LISTSERV commands from BITNET
and those users without Internet FTP access via LISTSERV@NDSUVM1,
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Send commands to LISTSERV or TRICKLE@ (example: TRICKLE@TREARN).
The following TRICKLE servers are presently available: AWIWUW11 (Austria),
BANUFS11 (Belgium), DKTC11 (Denmark), DB0FUB11 (Germany), IMIPOLI (Italy),
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feed, please include as a CC: address
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program library can be obtained from [email protected]. The
WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL FTP server may also be reached via
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message to the above addresses with the first line of 'HELP'.

Editor: Gregory Hicks

Former Editors: Billy Brackenridge
Richard Gillmann
Eliot Moore
Phyllis O'Neil

[email protected]

INFO-IBMRT is for discussion of the IBM RT Computer and related topics. If
traffic warrants, this list may be split into multiple lists (e.g. AIX,
UNIX, hardware, et cetera), but for the time being, it will be one list.
Messages are manually screened to weed out list-maintenance requests and
then individually remailed.

Archives are kept on host POLYA.STANFORD.EDU in directory ~ftp/rt.
Archives are available via anonymous FTP from ARPANET sites only; please
DON'T do file transfers weekdays between 9am and 5pm (Pacific Time).

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Moderator: James Wilson

[email protected]

Discussion of issues relating to IDL (the Interface Description Language)
and IDL-like technologies.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Don Stone ([email protected])

[email protected]

Mailing list focusing on Silicon Graphics Iris workstations and software.
It's purpose is to stimulate communication and sharing between computer
science research groups that are using or are interested in these machines.

An archive of messages is kept on host VGR.BRL.MIL in file:
INFO-IRIS.TXT
For sites with FTP access, the file can be retrieved with user "anonymous"
and any password. Public domain software for the Iris submitted by
Info-Iris readers is kept in directory ; file DIR is
an annotated list of the files found there.

Requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc. should be sent to [email protected]. Contributors who wish
never to see error messages from the mailer should specify this address as
the return-path of their messages.

Coordinator: Chuck Kennedy

[email protected]

Kermit is a file transfer protocol developed at Columbia University in New
York City, USA, for use primarily between micros and mainframes over
asynchronous serial connections, dialed or direct, over public data
networks, etc. Kermit programs that implement this protocol can transfer
textual as well as binary files over both 7-bit and 8-bit communication
links, singly or in groups. As of this writing (May 1989), Kermit programs
are available for nearly 350 different computers and operating systems.
The Info-Kermit mailing list is a digest intended for people who maintain
or install Kermit at their sites, or who are (thinking about) working on a
new implementation, or who have bugs and/or fixes to report, or who are
interested in discussing the protocol, and also for Kermit users. The
digest is available on Internet, CSNET, MAILNET, BITNET, EARN, USENET,
CCNET, DEC EASYNET, and any other network gatewayed to the Internet.

Info-Kermit archives are collected in kermit/e/imail.*, one file (paginaged
and indexed) per volume, generally 2 volumes per year. Other Kermit files
are also available via both Internet and BitNet/EARN and by mail order.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected] or to
[email protected]. You may also subscribe to Info-Kermit automatically
via LISTSERV. To do this, send e-mail to [email protected], containing
the message text:
SUBSCRIBE I-KERMIT your name
To remove yourself from the Info-Kermit LISTSERV distribution list, send a
message to [email protected] with the message text:
UNSUBSCRIBE I-KERMIT

To make contributions to the list, BITNET subscribers should send mail to
the Internet list name, NOT to the BITNET list name.

Moderator: Christine M. Gianone
[email protected]

[email protected]

Info-LabVIEW is an internet mailing list for the discussion of the use of
National Instruments' LabVIEW package for the Apple Macintosh.

=====================

LabVIEW is a graphical software system for developing high-performance
scientific and engineering applications. LabVIEW acquires data from
IEEE-488 (GPIB), RS-232/422 and modular (VXI or CAMAC) instruments
and plug-in data acquisition boards.

LabVIEW programs, called "virtual instruments" (VIs), are created using
icons, instead of conventional, text-based code. A VI consists of a front
panel and a block diagram. The front panel (with knobs, switches, graphs,
and so on) is the user interface. The block diagram, which is the
executable code, consists of icons that operate on data connected by
wires that pass data between them.
[I swiped this description from National Instruments' promotional blurbs]
=====================

The list is being run as a simple redistribution of all submitted messages.

To post to the list, send your mail to . All
administrative issues should go to .

FTP archives are on caesar.pica.army.mil [129.139.160.200], /pub/labview.

Tom Coradeschi
Info-LabVIEW list maintainer


[email protected]

Interest in computers and law. Mail gets distributed after first being
manually screened. Process may involve returning to author for
clarification and/or other sanitization.

*** Archived messages are kept on SRI-CSL at:
newest messages: ARCHIVE.TXT
older messages: ARCHIVE.001
ARCHIVE.002
ARCHIVE.003

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Mike Muuss

INFO-M2%[email protected]
INFO-M2%[email protected]

A discussion list for the Modula-2 programming language. Modula-2 is a
language by Niklaus Wirth which extends the Pascal foundation by providing
an updated statement syntax (generalized LOOP, EXIT, RETURN, no GOTO),
separate compilation with a module (compilation unit) broken into
specification and implementation parts with importing and exporting of
objects, controlled machine level access, and concurrent programming and
coroutines. Modula-2 has most of the power of Ada but is small enough that
excellent full implementations exist for CP/M 80.

Contributions may be sent to [email protected] (from the US) or to
[email protected] (from Europe); these are both entry points for the
same list.

Currrent messages are archived on host WSMR.SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL in file
MODULA-2-ARCHIV.TXT
Older messages are in file
MODULA-2.ARCHIV.ymmdd
SIMTEL20 supports ANONYMOUS login for those with FTP access to the
Internet.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to Editor%[email protected].

For those familiar with Bitnet LISTSERV: You may send requests
(subscriptions, deletions, looking for mail archives) to the
LISTSERV@UCF1VM/LISTSERV@DB0TUI11 addresses.

Coordinators: Jim Ennis
Thomas Habernoll


[email protected]

Network interest group for the Apple Macintosh computer. This list is
SUMEX's contribution to the community of research and instructional
developers and users of the Macintosh; all submissions of messages and
programs in this spirit are welcome.

For those sites with FTP access to SUMEX-AIM, archives for INFO-MAC are
kept under {SUMEX-AIM}/info-mac/digest/infomacvM-NNN, where M is the
volume number and NNN is the digest number. These numbers have little to
no bearing on reality.

Programs submitted to the bulletin board, along with documentation files
and other references are also stored in the info-mac directory. With FTP
access as user "anonymous" and any password, you can bring these files over
to your host and download them to your Macintosh. "Usenet" and some of the
other networks that copy info-mac will see sources redistributed at the time
they are mentioned in the digest distributions.

Messages to [email protected] are scanned to filter out any
list requests, questions previously answered, pure speculation or opinion,
or message obviously not in line with the stated purpose of the list.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected]. Due to
the size of this list, INFO-MAC only sends to relays, i.e. addresses such
as [email protected] which then distribute it locally. Please
check with your local gurus to gain access your local relay.

Moderators: Bill Lipa
Jon Pugh



[email protected]

This mailing list exists for the purpose of discussing issues related to
the Mach operating system. Mach is a UNIX BSD4.3 compatible operating
system based on a message passing architecture that incorporates such
features as multiprocessor support, lightweight tasking, external pagers,
and a machine independent vm system. Mach is being developed at Carnegie
Mellon University.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Doug Orr

[email protected]

Information/discussion list on the general interest topic of
microcomputers.

Questions/discussions on a particular Operating System, such as CP/M,
should be addressed to the specific list if one already exists (such as
[email protected] for this example).

Mail archives are kept on host WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL as TOPS20 mail files
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individually compressed. The compressed files have the suffix -Z as part
of the filetype field; they should be renamed to have the suffix .Z
(uppercase Z) when transfered to a Unix system so the uncompress program
will find them. The current month's mail is still kept in
INFO-MICRO-ARCHIV.TXT. The archives are stored in directory:
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Archive files are available via ANONYMOUS FTP for those with TCP/IP access
to the Internet.

Many megabytes of public domain software are kept in the program archives.
For a description of these archives, request a copy of the "archive blurb"
from [email protected]. All correspondence and
program archives described here are available to Internet users via FTP
with user-name ANONYMOUS.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Keith Petersen

[email protected]

Mailing list for the discussion of the Minix Operating System, a Version 7
Unix clone written for IBM Compatible PCs and Atari STs by Andy Tanenbaum
([email protected] or [email protected]). The list is gatewayed to the BitNet
list MINIX-L@NDSUVM1 and the USENET newsgroup comp.os.minix. Currently,
all list distribution is handled from the BitNet listserver, which is also
on the Internet as VM1.NODAK.EDU.

Archives are kept on VM1.NODAK.EDU in the directory "listserv" in files:
MINIX-L.LOGyymmw
where "yy" is the year, "mm" is the numeric month and "w" is an alphabetic
character from A to E indicating what week of the month. Several months of
log files are kept online, the number depending on available disk space.
Archives are also available from a number of other sources, including a
mail server. You can obtain information on these sites by sending mail to
[email protected] with text/body:
GET MINIX INFO MINIX
and you will be sent the "Minix Information Sheet", which also contains
other general information on MINIX, such as what versions exist and how to
order them from Prentice-Hall and a list of machines it is known to work
with.

To subscribe to the list, send the following command to
[email protected] in the text/body of a message:
SIGNUP MINIX-L Your_Full_Name
where "Your_Full_Name" is your real name, not your login Id.

All other requests, questions, problems, etc., should be sent to
[email protected].

Coordinator: Glen Overby


[email protected]
[email protected]

The Info-MM/Bug-MM mailing lists are a way for Columbia-MM
maintainers and sites running MM to communicate, distribute patches,
get bug reports, send comments, suggestions, enhancements, etc.

Columbia-MM is a UNIX mail manager program based on the TOPS-20 MM
program running on Digital Equipment Corporation DEC20 systems.
Columbia-MM is written in C using the CCMD (TOPS-20 COMND Jsys in
C) package developed at Columbia University, and thus has
command/keyword/filename completion (on ESC or TAB), context
sensitive help on "?", command history and command line editing.

MM is compatible with various other mail programs, and has hooks
for adding more in the future. MM has support for several mail
file formats: "mtxt" which is the MM-20 format on DEC20's, "mbox"
used by UNIX mail(1), and "babyl" the format of Gnuemacs rmail
mode. Support for mh(1), pop (post office protocol), and usenet
news are planned for the future.

Sources are available via ANONYMOUS FTP from
CUNIXF.CC.COLUMBIA.EDU [128.59.40.130] in the mm directory.

All requests to be added to or deleted from the mailing lists
should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Fuat Baran


[email protected]

Info-Modems is a discussion group of special interest to modem users. The
list is gatewayed to/from Usenet newsgroup comp.dcom.modems.

Mail archives are kept on host WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL as TOPS20 mail files
named yymm.n-TXT, where n starts with one and increments by one into
another file as each file reached 150 disk pages. To conserve disk space,
all the mail files in the archive, except for the current year, are
individually compressed. The compressed files have the suffix -Z as part
of the filetype field; they should be renamed to have the suffix .Z
(uppercase Z) when transfered to a Unix system so the uncompress program
will find them. The current month's mail is still kept in
MODEMS-ARCHIV.TXT. The archives are stored in directory:
PD2:
Archive files are available via ANONYMOUS FTP for those with TCP/IP access
to the Internet.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Keith Petersen

[email protected]

Mailing list for general discussion of networks, focusing on inter-network
connectivity. Questions about connections to particular sites are very
common, as are discussions of new networks in the US and abroad.

New archives are maintained on THINK.COM, and can be accessed via anonymous
ftp as mail/info-nets.archives*. Archives cannot be mailed, but they are
available on BITNIC for Bitnet users. Old archives are not currently
available, but if demand warrants it may be possible to retrieve them.

All non-BitNet requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems,
questions, etc., should be sent to [email protected]. Multiple
users at a given site should create a local distribution list and request
that the local alias be added to the list, in order to reduce the load on
the THINK.COM mailer.

There is a BitNet sub-distribution list, INFONETS@BITNIC; BitNet
subscribers can join by sending the SUB command with your name. For
example, SEND LISTSERV@BITNIC SUB INFONETS Jon Doe
To be removed from the list, SEND LISTSERV@BITNIC SIGNOFF
To make contributions to the list, BitNet subscribers should send mail to
the ARPANet list name, NOT to the BITNET list name.

Coordinator: Robert L. Krawitz

[email protected]

This is a mailing list for discussions about the ISO standard 8613 "Office
Document Architecture" (also known as the CCITT standard "Open Document
Architecture". Messages pertaining to the meaning of the standard,
extensions to it, implementations of it and demonstrations of it are
appropriate. Also appropriate are discussions of other multimedia document
representations, such as DSSSL.

No archives are kept.

Requests for additions, deletions and changes should be sent to
[email protected].

Coordinator: Mark Sherman

[email protected]

This list is intended for people who are interested in the programming
language Pascal. Discussions of any Pascal implementation (from mainframe
to micro) are welcome.

Mail archives are kept on host WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL as TOPS20 mail files
named yymm.n-TXT, where n starts with one and increments by one into
another file as each file reached 150 disk pages. To conserve disk space,
all the mail files in the archive, except for the current year, are
individually compressed. The compressed files have the suffix -Z as part
of the filetype field; they should be renamed to have the suffix .Z
(uppercase Z) when transfered to a Unix system so the uncompress program
will find them. The current month's mail is still kept in
PASCAL-ARCHIV.TXT. The archives are stored in directory:
PD2:
Archive files are available via ANONYMOUS FTP from WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL
for those with TCP/IP access to the Internet.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

[email protected]

This list was started in the 1970's to discuss and begin implementing a
network of personal computers to extend the advantages of net-mail to the
large community of personal computer users. A nearly complete
specification for the protocol layers and all protocols needed for mail and
file transferm has been written. A few partial implementations have been
done and one complete one. Recently the list has not been very active,
although some discussion does occur.

The archive of old messages is kept on AI.AI.MIT.EDU, in the file
PCNET;INFPCN ARCHIV
There is also extensive documentation and partial code which has been
migrated to backup tapes.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Michael A. Patton

[email protected]

INFO-PDP11 is an unmoderated mailing list for discussion of any and all
issues relating to Digital's PDP-11 series minicomputers and their
operating systems.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Pat Barron

[email protected]

Info-Prime is a mailing list for discussion of Prime computers. Discussion
on Primos, Prime Information, and Primix are all welcome. There is no
direct affiliation with Prime computer corporation. (Prime employees are
welcome to participate.)

Archives and Prime related programs are available for FTP from
prime.nysaes.cornell.edu. Login ANONYMOUS password GUEST and get the files
README and FILES for further information.

Additional programs are available via electronic mail from
[email protected]. Send a mail message with a subject line containing
the word: HELP for additional information.

All requests to be -

Added to the list should be sent to: [email protected]
Deleted from the list should be sent: [email protected]

Submission to the list: [email protected]
For automated help: [email protected]
Questions, problems: [email protected]

Coordinator: Al Costanzo [email protected]


[email protected]

Information on printers.

No recent archives exist. Will some volunteer donate space for archives?

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Jon Solomon

[email protected]

For discussions about Proteon network products: the P4200 IP level gateway,
protocol converters (DECnet <--> TCP/IP, etc), 80 Mbit hardware, etc.
Discussions about network topologies for making best use of Proteon rings
will be encouraged. Other topics include vendor relations, source code
availability, implementation details, etc.

[Also see mailing lists V2LNI-PEOPLE (Proteon ring interfaces)
and P4200 (Proteon gateway products)]

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected] or

There is a BitNet sub-distribution list, INFO-PRO@UIUCVMD; BitNet
subscribers should still send requests to join to INFO-PROTEON-REQUEST,
however.

Coordinator: Paul Pomes
(CSNET) paul%[email protected]
(BITNET) paul@uiucuxc

[email protected]

List for the discussion of Pyramid (the manufacturer, not the shape)
computers.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

[On CSNet and UseNet, "MARYLAND" is known as "umcp-cs".]

Coordinator: Mark Weiser .

[email protected]

Discussions about Solbourne computers, multiprocessor Sun-4 compatible
workstations and servers. This is a mail reflector.

Archives are available to Internet hosts from urth.acsu.buffalo.edu
(128.205.7.9), using FTP with the anonymous login convention in
pub/info-solbourne. . . .

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Paul Graham

[email protected]

A forum in support of the Unisys 5000/80; it is intended to allow the free
exchange of ideas and suggestions related to the care and feeding of the
5000/80. The list is open only to registered host administrators of Sperry
5000/80 Internet hosts.

The mail is also archived on host WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL in directory:
PD2:.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Frank Wancho

[email protected]
ihnp4!uwmcsd1!info-tahoe (UUCP)

Discussions pertaining to the Tahoe type of CPU. These include the CCI
Power 6/32, the Harris HCX/7, and the Sperry 7000 series computers.

Archives are available to Internet hosts from CSD1.MILW.WISC.EDU
(192.12.221.1), using FTP with the Anonymous login convention.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected] or
ihnp4!uwmcsd1!info-tahoe-request.

Coordinator: Jim Lowe


[email protected]

Information on terminals.

Message log/archives are kept on MIT-MC at:
COMAIL;TERMS MAIL (current traffic; 158 disk pages as of 4/13/88)
COMAIL;TERMS ARCHIV (old traffic; 117 disk pages, cutoff date 3/25/87)

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Jon Solomon

[email protected]

INFO-TeX is a new list to provide an unmoderated environment for the
discussion of the TeX document processing system. The discussions
are intended to include all related aspects and extensions of TeX on
all operating platforms, including LaTeX, AMSTeX, BibTeX, METAFONT,
and others based on or consistent with the logic and structure of TeX.

The explicit purpose of INFO-TeX is to provide quick and timely
interchange between subscribers, to provide a forum where support may
be available for interesting questions which cannot be addressed
locally, and to discuss the evolution of TeX and its related
products. Subscribers are welcome to take an active role by posting
to INFO-TeX or an inactive role by monitoring the list. Archives of
INFO-TeX will be available for reference via MAIL from FILESERV@SHSU.

To subscribe to INFO-TeX, please send a MAIL message to:
[email protected] ----
The body of this MAIL message should be one line and contain the words:
SUBSCRIBE INFO-TeX

INFO-TeX is supported by MAIL-oriented LISTSERV@SHSU only. This is
NOT the same as the common LISTSERV on VM systems!

Owner: George D. Greenwade


[email protected]/[email protected]

Mailing lists to facilitate information exchange among DARPA sponsored
projects using TI Explorers. INFO-TI-EXPLORER will be used for general
information distribution, such as operational questions, or announcing new
generally available packages or tools. BUG-TI-EXPLORER will be used to
report problems with Explorer software, as well as fixes. These lists
signify no commitment from Texas Instruments or Stanford University.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected] or
[email protected], respectively.

Coordinator: Richard Acuff

[email protected]
[email protected]

The INFO-TMODEM list is a means for the maintainer of the TMODEM program to
send notices to users of TMODEM. Users of TMODEM send bug reports and
feature requests to [email protected].

TMODEM is a new TOPS-20 implementation of the Christensen Protocol, with
all the latest features, such as:
o wildcard file transfers in the style of MODEM7
(YMODEM batch is coming)
o the YMODEM implementation of the K option with a new algorithm
to return to K mode after falling back to "normal" mode
o extensive built-in HELP for all commands and options.
TMODEM is an amalgamation of the old TOPS-20 MODEM program, originally
written by Bill Westfield while he was at SRI and now at Stanford, major
pieces of the TOPS-20 TELNET program, currently maintained by Mark Crispin,
and some pieces of code stolen from TTLINK and KERMIT-20 by Frank da Cruz
at Columbia University.

The archives for replaced mailing list INFO-MODEMXX are frozen on host
WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL as TOPS20 mail files named yymm.n-TXT, where n
starts with one and increments by one into another file as each file
reached 150 disk pages. To conserve disk space, all the mail files in the
archive, except for the current year, are individually compressed. The
compressed files have the suffix -Z as part of the filetype field; they
should be renamed to have the suffix .Z (uppercase Z) when transfered to a
Unix system so the uncompress program will find them. The current month's
mail is still kept in MODEMXX-ARCHIV.TXT. The archives are stored in
directory:
PD2:
Archive files are available via ANONYMOUS FTP from WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL
for those with TCP/IP access to the Internet.

A new set of archives for INFO-TMODEM is on host WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL as
TOPS20 mail files named yymm.n-TXT, where n starts with one and increments
by one into another file as each file reached 150 disk pages. To conserve
disk space, all the mail files in the archive, except for the current year,
are individually compressed. The compressed files have the suffix -Z as
part of the filetype field; they should be renamed to have the suffix .Z
(uppercase Z) when transfered to a Unix system so the uncompress program
will find them. The current month's mail is still kept in
TMODEM-ARCHIV.TXT. The archives are stored in directory:
PD2:
Archive files are available via ANONYMOUS FTP from WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL
for those with TCP/IP access to the Internet.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Frank J. Wancho


[email protected]

Discussion of topics related to the migration from a TOPS20
environment to a UNIX one. Tools, utilities, programs to make
the conversion as painless as possible to adminstrators as well
as users.

All requests to be added to or deleted from the mailing lists
should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Ken Rossman

[email protected] Digital's Text Processing Utility

INFO-TPU is a new list to provide an unmoderated environment where
issues, questions, comments, ideas, and uses of Digital's TPU (Text
Processing Utility) language can be discussed.

The explicit purpose of INFO-TPU is to provide timely interchange
between subscribers, to provide a forum where interesting questions
can be addressed within the context of interactive exchange between
many individuals, to discuss the evolution and application of TPU.
The discussions of INFO-TPU will be archived and available for
reference. Additionally, it is hoped that INFO-TPU will be able to
serve as a repository for interesting TPU applications placed in the
public domain. As is the case on all unmoderated lists, the
discussion and topics are only limited by the participation and
interest of its subscribers. Subscribers are welcome to take an
active role by posting to INFO-TPU or an inactive role by monitoring
the list.

To subscribe to INFO-TPU, please send a MAIL message to:
[email protected] ----
The body of this MAIL message should be one line and contain the words:
SUBSCRIBE INFO-TPU
******Please note******
[email protected] is not supported by the conventional interactive
VM-based LISTSERV, but is instead entirely MAIL oriented.

Questions regarding this announcement should be addressed to the list owner,
Ken Selvia


INFO-ULTRIX

Mailing list for discussion of ULTRIX operating system topics.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: ??


***[email protected]

INFO-UNIX is intended for Question/Answer discussion, where "novice" system
administrators can pose questions. Also, much of the discussion of UNIX on
small (micro) computers may be moved from INFO-MICRO, INFO-CPM, etc., into
INFO-UNIX. Hopefully, enough people who know some answers will subscribe
so that the list serves a purpose; some overlap is expected with the
UNIX-WIZARDS list.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected]

Moderator: Mike Muuss

[email protected]

The Info-VM Mailing List, for discussion of Kyle Jones' View Mail
mode for GNU Emacs (VM-Mode), has returned from the dead...

SUBSCRIPTION REQUESTS should be mailed to [email protected].
Submissions are gleefully accepted at [email protected].

The latest release version of VM is still 4.41, available via
anonymous ftp from tut.cis.ohio-state.edu in /pub/gnu/vm/.

The current beta version is 5.15(beta), available via anonymous ftp
from abcfd20.larc.nasa.gov in /pub/.

By the way, Kyle is currently without Net access. He has a working
mailbox at , but I don't know how frequently
he checks it. If someone needs to reach Kyle urgently, contact me...

Yours for better mail user agents...
...tad


[email protected]

Interest group for the V distributed operating system (V-System), developed
by the Distributed Systems Group of Stanford University. The purpose of
this list is to stimulate communication and sharing among individuals and
groups that are using or are interested in the V-System.

Messages will be sent to the list as submitted; depending on the volume of
mail, content, etc., messages may be collected and digested in the future.
There is no current archive.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Keith A. Lantz

[email protected]

INFO-VAX is a discussion of the Digital Equipment Corporation VAX series of
computers. Typically the material is question-and-answer, where someone
wants information on some program or bug/feature. Both UNIX and VAX/VMS
operating systems are discussed, however, the list is primarily about
VAX/VMS. This list is gatewayed to the usenet group COMP.OS.VMS.

Archived messages are kept at CRVAX.SRI.COM in the files
[ANONYMOUS.INFO-VAX]INFO-VAX-ARCHIVE.yymmdd
For a list of the Archive files send a mail message to
[email protected] with the subject DIRECTORY.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems,
questions, etc., should be sent to [email protected].
Internet subscribers can join by sending a mail message with
a subject of ADD. To be removed from the list the subject
would be REMOVE.

There is a BitNet sub-distribution list, INFO-VAX@UGA; BitNet subscribers
can join by sending the SUB command with your name.and with your name.
For example, SEND LISTSERV@UGA SUB INFO-VAX Jon Doe
To be removed from the list, SEND LISTSERV@UGA SIGNOFF.
To make contributions to the list, BitNet subscribers should send mail to
the ARPANet list name, NOT to the BITNET list name.

Coordinator: Ramon Curiel

[email protected]

Mailing list for the exchange of information on all aspects of integrated
circuit (IC) design. The list is gatewayed to/from the Usenet group
comp.lsi.

Archived messages are kept at Think.COM in the files:
mail/info-vlsi.archive*

There is a LISTSERV-maintained BitNet part of this list, VLSI-L@MITVMA.
BitNet subscriptions can be managed in the usual way, e.g.:
TELL LISTSERV AT MITVMA SUBSCRIBE VLSI-L your_full_name
Notebooks with monthly archives are available from MITVMA from 11/89.
All other requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems,
questions, etc., should be sent to [email protected].

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Bruce Walker

[email protected]

Mailing list devoted to discussing the problems, capabilities,
incompatibilities, successes, failures, or whatever, with Xenix on the
Intel 310s. The list is primarily aimed at systems administrators and
others who are responsible for making these machines useful in the
workplace. Particular interests are successful ports of existing software
to the 310 and procedures to simplify systems administration.

Mail archives are kept on host WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL as TOPS20 mail files
named yymm.n-TXT, where n starts with one and increments by one into
another file as each file reached 150 disk pages. To conserve disk space,
all the mail files in the archive, except for the current year, are
individually compressed. The compressed files have the suffix -Z as part
of the filetype field; they should be renamed to have the suffix .Z
(uppercase Z) when transfered to a Unix system so the uncompress program
will find them. The current month's mail is still kept in
XENIX310-ARCHIV.TXT. The archives are stored in directory:
PD2:
Archive files are available via ANONYMOUS FTP from WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL
for those with TCP/IP access to the Internet.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: John Mitchener

[email protected]

Discussion group for XMODEM Christensen protocol file transfer programs.
The group is concerned with development, upgrades and bug-fixes. The list
name was changed from INFO-MODEM7 to INFO-XMODEM in August, 1986.

Mail archives are kept on host WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL as TOPS20 mail files
named yymm.n-TXT, where n starts with one and increments by one into
another file as each file reached 150 disk pages. To conserve disk space,
all the mail files in the archive, except for the current year, are
individually compressed. The compressed files have the suffix -Z as part
of the filetype field; they should be renamed to have the suffix .Z
(uppercase Z) when transfered to a Unix system so the uncompress program
will find them. The current month's mail is still kept in
XMODEM-ARCHIV.TXT. The archives are stored in directory:
PD2:
Archive files are available via ANONYMOUS FTP from WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL
for those with TCP/IP access to the Internet.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Keith Petersen

[email protected]
A new mailing list, [email protected], has been
created for the developers of ZIP-releated programs for mainframe use.
This will help the present work with UNZIP for Unix, as well as
possible future work on a ZIP maker.

If you wish to be added to the list, please send email to
[email protected]. Please be aware, however,
that this group will be exchanging uuencoded tar archives and sections
of source code. These are very likely to be 40K to 60K in size. The
programs distributed will be "under construction", not finished
products. Many many not work correctly or may not work at all on some
systems.

Info-ZIP mailing list maintainer: Keith Petersen
Internet: [email protected] BITNET: w8sdz@NDSUVM1
Uucp: {ames,decwrl,rutgers,ucbvax,uunet}!wsmr-simtel20.army.mil!w8sdz


[email protected]

The INFOCD mailing list is for the exchange of subjective comments about
the Compact Audio Disc medium and related hardware. Topics of discussion
may include CD reviews, players, portables, import CD's, etc.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc, should be sent to [email protected]

Coordinator: Michael Pawka

INGRES-L%[email protected]

Mailing list for discussion of all relevant aspects of the INGRES RDBMS. A
secondary purpose is to function as a medium for communication between the
users of Ingres at the universities of Delft and Rotterdam; such messages
may be in Dutch, but should begin with a warning that they are intended for
these users only.

Discussion may include any topic related to the subject, such as problems
in implementing, tuning or using the product in any environment (MS/DOS,
UNIX, VMS, CMS, MVS or a combination of any of these), conversion to new
versions (such as from Version-5 to Version-6), announcements of
conferences, etc.

BitNet users may subscribe by sending the following command:
TELL LISTSERV AT HDETUD1 SUBSCRIBE INGRES-L your_full_name
(where "your_full_name" is your real name, not your login Id) or the
equivalent in VMS, UNIX or whichever Operating System your account uses, or
send the same message (SUBSCRIBE etc.) in the BODY or TEXT of mail to
[email protected]. Non-BitNet users can join by sending the
SUBSCRIBE command to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Jan Snoek



INGRAFX on LISTSERV@PSUVM
CARTOGRAPHY, INFO GRAPHICS, SCI-VIZ, AND RELATED AREAS

Hello! INGRAFX is a new listserv devoted to the interdisciplinary
areas of cartography, information graphics and scientific
visualization. As owner of the list, I would like to invite all
those who have an interest in the broad range of images known as
"graphics" (maps, photographs, drawings and information or
quantitative graphics) to consider signing up.

Please do not take these requirements too formally! Ideally, the
discussion will be uninhibited and free-flowing.

Candidate topics for discussion might be; the relation of maps to
graphics as a whole (are they different kinds of representation?);
the philosophy of graphic representation (what theories are there of
graphic representations, and how does a graphic "represent" segments
of the world); how can we use graphics in education; to what extent
does "graphicacy" matter in today's world; what is the relationship
between academic or scientific graphics, and graphics in the popular
media; can we or should we accrue rules for "good" graphics; are
there graphic variables or elements that are basic to all graphics,
and can these be used in animation?

In general our aim is for an *informal* discussion which is
cross-disciplinary, and about graphics.

***How to Join in***

Curious to see what's going on so far? Why not sign up now?

Sign up in the usual way for LISTSERVs, i.e., send mail to
LISTSERV@PSUVM on BITNET or [email protected] on Internet
with the following command in the TEXT:
SUB INGRAFX your firstname and last name

Once you are a subscriber you can retrieve any files that have been
archived on the listserv, including the monthly discussion logs, and
other files of interest. To see what is there, either TELL or send a
email note to LISTSERV AT PSUVM or LISTSERV AT PSUVM.PSU.EDU with the
command INDEX INGRAFX . Once you have decided on a file you can
retrieve it by using the GET command. E.g.,
TELL LISTSERV AT PSUVM GET 'File name', or GET 'Another file'.

Post by sending email to ingrafx@psuvm.

Owner: "Jeremy Crampton" or

---------------------------------------------------------------------

***Future Discussions on the List***

As a geographer/cartographer, I am particularly interested in getting
fellow cartographers to join in the debate. Especially students.
However, one of the goals of the list is to broaden cartographic
debate to include consideration of the many forms and roles of
graphics in today's highly visual world.

To this end, the list will be interdisciplinary. It will seek to
include people from the worlds of information graphics (see the
work by Edward Tufte for one position on this), scientific
visualization, and the media (_USA Today_ style graphics?...)

To my knowledge there does not yet exist such an interdisciplinary
forum for the discussion of graphics as a whole.

I would also like to have people share their graphics. This can
be done by compressing and converting a file to binary form. I
do not encourage posting of these files to the list, but those
people interested in swapping graphics should describe what they
have, and what they'd like to see, on the INGRAFX list.

Transactions could then take place over private email, with a list
of available graphics being held in our archives.

Reviews, either of software, books or articles on graphics, are also
especially encouraged. If you have been asked to write one and can't
wait to see it in "print," send it to INGRAFX (retaining your
copyright).

We aim to create an informal environment for the discussion
of all issues related to graphics. This might also include
discussion of ideas you are working on for future articles,
or research projects announcements of job openings, interesting
graphics you have discovered, or just general commentary with a
graphic flavor.

-- "...all we are saying,
jeremy.. is give Peaks a chance" [email protected]


INTEREST-GROUPS LIST

See entry in this file for "LIST OF MAILING LISTS".


[email protected]


This mailing list, focussed on user-system interfaces and related
topics, is intended to foster discussion among researchers and
practitioners from universities, government and industry who are working
on user interface research, design, and implementation.

Relevant topics include:

- -- business and legal issues, such as patents, licensing, copyright,
commercialization and standardization
- -- lessons learned
- -- user interface studies
- -- user interface courses offered at CRIM (Centre de recherche
informatique de Montreal; Computer research institute
of Montreal)
- -- new user interface software and hardware available at CRIM's
software engineering laboratories
- -- presentations of user interface tools organized by CRIM
- -- presentations of relevant software organized by other companies
- -- any other pertinent information

We foresee, as well, exchanges between participants concerning the
research and development of user interfaces.

The interfaces-p-m list is moderated by Julian Lebensold. Submissions
may be in either English or in French.

To request to be added to or dropped from the list, please send mail to:

[email protected]

Please include the words "ADD" or "REMOVE" in your subject line.

Other administrative matters or questions should also be addressed to:

[email protected]

INTUDM-L on [email protected] Using Intuition in decision making
INTUDM-L on [email protected]

Discuss, conduct and promote interdisciplinary research on the use of
intuition in decision making.

A conference will be held on this topic April 9-11, 1991 at the East
West Center in Honolulu, Hawaii. For more details, contact W. H.
Agor

As archives accumulate they will be stored monthly in INTUDM-L
LOGyymm and indexed in INTUDM-L FILELIST. To receive a list of files
send the command INDEX INTUDM-L to LISTSERV@UTEPA.

To subscribe to INTUDM-L, send the following command to
LISTSERV@UTEPA via mail text or interactive message:

SUBscribe INTUDM-L Your_full_name.
For example: SUBSCRIBE INTUDM-L Joe Student.

Listowner: Weton H. Agor


IOOB-L%[email protected]

Discussion of topics in the fields of Industrial/Organizational Psychology
and Organization Behavior.

To subscribe to the list:
From a VM/CMS site on BITNET issue the command:
TELL LISTSERV AT UGA SUB IOOB-L yourname
where "yourname" is your real name (not your userid).
From a VAX/VMS site on BITNET issue the command:
SEND LISTSERV@UGA SUB IOOB-L yourname
Non-BitNet users can subscribe by sending a message to
LISTSERV%[email protected] containing the one line:
SUB IOOB-L yourname

Coordinator: John L. Cofer


IOUDAIOS%[email protected]
IOUDAIOS on LISTSERV@YORKVM1 First Century Judaism

IOUDAIOS (Greek for "Jew") is an electronic seminar devoted to the
exploration of first-century Judaism; its special interest is in the
writings of Philo of Alexandria and Flavius Josephus. The list began
as an informal discussion of two papers by Robert A. Kraft
(Pennsylvania) but quickly blossomed into an international forum, with
participants in North America, Europe, Australia, and The Middle East.

The Philonic and Josephan corpora are extensive enough that they
invite all sorts of analysis -- from literary, historical, and
philosophical perspectives, to name a few. There is also considerable
interest, among participants, in the social realities that lie behind
these texts. Prospective members are warmly welcomed. (The
discussion assumes a significant background in first-century Judaism
and also the ability to read Greek.)

To subscribe to this list send a mail/note message to
LISTSERV@YORKVM1 (LISTSERV%[email protected]
for Internet users) with the one-line message:
SUBSCRIBE IOUDAIOS your-full-name



Coordinator: Veronica Timm


iPSC

Mailing list to allow iPSC/1 and iPSC/2 users and systems administrators
from different installations to communicate easily and directly.

Local aliases for this mailing list are to be handled by the local systems
administrators, since most sites already have local user mailing lists.
What is desired to accomplish is to link all these iPSC user lists
together. The first thing needed is an administrator list and the user
list will hopefully follow. If you are a system administrator for Intel
Hypercube(s) you are invited to send the following information to
[email protected]:

- systems, iPSC/1's or iPSC/2's
- administrator's e-mail address OR alias
- institution
- user alias list (might want this separate from existing
user list, a good idea)
- suggestions, opinions, ideas....

PLEASE! Systems Administrators Only.

Coordinator: Dave Fielding
cornell!batcomputer!fielding (UUCP)

IRLIST

IRList is open to discussion of any topic (vaguely) related to Information
Retrieval. Certainly, any material relating to ACM SIGIR (the Special
Interest Group on Information Retrieval of the Association for Computing
Machinery) is of interest. The field has close ties to artificial
intelligence, database management, information and library science,
linguistics, etc. A partial list of suitable topics is:

Information Management/Processing/Science/Technology
AI Applications to IR Hardware aids for IR
Abstracting Hypertext and Hypermedia
CD-ROM/CD-I/... Indexing/Classification
Citations Information Display/Presentation
Cognitive Psychology Information Retrieval Applications
Communications Networks Information Theory
Computational Linguistics Knowledge Representation
Computer Science Language Understanding
Cybernetics Library Science
Data Abstraction Message Handling
Dictionary analysis Natural Languages, NL Processing
Document Representations Optical disc technology and applications
Electronic Books Pattern Recognition, Matching
Evidential Reasoning Probabilistic Techniques
Expert Systems in IR Speech Analysis
Expert Systems use of IR Statistical Techniques
Full-Text Retrieval Thesaurus construction
Fuzzy Set Theory

Contributions may be anything from tutorials to rampant speculation. In
particular, the following are sought:

Abstracts of Papers, Reports, Dissertations Address Changes
Bibliographies Conference Reports
Descriptions of Projects/Laboratories Half-Baked Ideas
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Questions Requests
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involved in SIGIR Forum and, unless submittors request otherwise, may
include submissions in whole or in part in future paper versions of the
FORUM. Indeed, this is one form of solicitation for FORUM contributions!
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the author and not of any organization unless there are other indications.
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An Internet ISDN mailing-list is now in operation whith address:
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and request-adress:
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Discussion group focusing on the ISO protocol stack. The list naturally
has some overlap with the ISODE list; contributors are urged to use the
appropriate list based on their topic of discussion.

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etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: [email protected].

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ISO10646 on LISTSERV@JHUVM

Purpose:

To serve as a clearing house for information on and discussion of
multi-byte coded-character-set issues.

The ISO 10646 draft and Unicode draft standards represent two
different approaches to encoding the world's characters into a
multi-byte code.

Background:

People are looking at multi-byte codes as a way to solve many of
the problems we are experiencing with single-byte, 7-bit and 8-bit
codes. Although most of us do not need all 191 of the characters
in the ISO 8859-1 character set (repertoire), we frequently need
characters outside of this set; for example, bullets or nice
quotation marks for professional looking documents, symbols for
mathematics and science, etc. The reason for developing
multi-byte codes is that processing ONE multi-byte code appears
easier than several single-byte codes.

As of March, 1990, two coding schemes have emerged. The
International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Subcommittee
2, Working Group 2 (SC2/WG2) has developed the ISO 10646
Multi-Octet Code. It is now a "draft proposed" standard (two
levels removed from being an international standard). The ISO
working group has been working on this project for the last 6
years and it has been subject to unusually wide review for a
proposed standard. The other draft standard is the result of the
work of a consortium of U.S. companies, mostly from the west
coast. It is called Unicode. Both of these draft standards
enable the worlds communication (newspapers and magazines) and
business characters, ideographs, and symbols to be encoded for
storage and communication between computers. However, each uses a
different approach to making the inevitable tradeoffs.

Mechanics:

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with the BODY or TEXT of the mail containing the command:
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INTERNET: HART%[email protected]

[email protected]

Discussion group focusing on the ISO Development Environment, an openly
available implementation of some of the higher-level protocols adopted by
international organizations (ISO, CCITT, ECMA). These implementations are
hosted on top of TCP/IP using the method discussed in RFC983. Appropriate
topics are:

- Questions about how to use ISODE (and announcements of ports to other
target environments)
- Discussion of ISODE as a part of a TCP/IP to ISO migration strategy
- Exchange of ideas regarding ISO-based applications running in a native
TCP/IP environment
- Debate regarding where ISODE should go next

The list naturally has some overlap with the TCP-IP list, the ISO list, and
so on; contributors are urged to use the appropriate list based on their
topic of discussion.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: [email protected].

ITALIC-L on LISTSERV@IRLEARN Irish Tex and Latex Interest Conference

ITALIC-L stands for the Irish Tex And Latex Interest Conference.
(but will also include GML and SGML interest) Subscription is open to
all and Peter Flynn and myself will moderate the list (in a very
loose way).

To subscribe send mail or a message to LISTSERV@IRLEARN on
EARN/BITNET with the body of the mail or message containing:

SUB ITALIC-L yourfirstname yoursecondname

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Intervarsity Christian Fellowship Discussion List

This list is originated from the State University of New York at
Buffalo and is intended for discussion related to InterVarsity
Christian Fellowship, a multi-denominational Christian group.
Welcome is discussion from Members, Staff, and all people affiliated
with Inter-Varsity, or those wanting more information. This list,
while not a moderated list, will be edited if innappropriate material
is sent to it. Welcome to IVCF-L!

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containing the command sub ivcf-l yourfirstname yourlastname

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J-FOOD-L%[email protected]
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This list, created at Kinki university in Japan, is for
people interested in the Japanese food and culture.

If you wish to subscribe to the list issue the following (FOR BITNET)

TELL LISTSERV AT JPNKNU10 SUB J-FOOD-L

or send mail to LISTSERV%[email protected]
with the following in the text/body:

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[email protected]

To subscribe, or to get information about the list, send to:

[email protected] -or-
[email protected] -or-
uunet!ukma!janes-addiction-request

This group is for discussing anything relating to the musical group
Jane's Addiction. The list was just created so discussion will be a
little sparse at first.

Owner:
Joel Abbott, DoD#272 -> [email protected], [email protected],
or uunet!ukma!abbott


JANET%[email protected]
JANET on LISTSERV@GWUVM

Waterloo Janet Network Discussion List

The Janet list is a discussion list for users of the Waterloo Janet
network Software for IBM machines. Any user/administrator of Janet is
encouraged to join this list.

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or send mail to LISTSERV@GWUVM with the command SUB JANET
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Please note that this command is sent to the LISTSERV and not to the list.


Coordinator: Jonathan M. Lang


JNET-L%[email protected]

A forum for discussing Jnet running under VAX VMS. Some possible topics
include VMSmail, Interactive Messages (SEND), file transfers (SEND /FILE,
RECEIVE), POSTMASTER, hints about hooks into Jan_Lib:BitLib.OLB. Related
topics might include RSCS emulations (non-Jnet), GMAIL (a VMS utility for
BITNET-to-Internet communications), conversion of non-VMS tools (VM, NOS,
UNIX, etc.) to VMS, file servers (KERMSERV), list servers, etc.

Coordinator: INFO%[email protected]

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* Job offers from EARN Institute members

The EARN Association announces this list for posting job offers at
institutions that are full EARN members. The list is open for
subscrip- tion but it is a moderated list so that messages to the
list will be reviewed to make sure they conform to the following
rules:

- Mail to the list should be job offers from full EARN institute mem-
bers.

- The mail should be signed by a person from the institution in
question and it should contain a source from which further
information (e.g. the full announcement) can be requested.

- The volume of the mail should be no more than one standard screen
(20 lines).

- Only posts where applications from other countries are welcome
should be posted on this list. Purely national recruitment should be
handled by the national EARN association or network.

The list is only for posting announcements. Further communication
should NOT be done via the list.

Owner: DECK@FRORS12 (Hans Deckers)


JOURNET%[email protected]
[email protected]

Mailing list for discussion of topics of interest to journalists and
journalism educators.

Anyone wishing to write longer contributions (about three screens) for
inclusion in a proposed monthly electronic digest should send them directly
to the Coordinator for editing and compiling.

BitNet users may subscribe by sending the following command to
LISTSERV@QUCDN in the text/body of an e-mail message:
Subscribe JOURNET your full name
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Non-BitNet users can join the list by sending the above command as the only
line in the text/body of a message to JOURNET%[email protected]
or [email protected].

Coordinator: George Frajkor

JuggleN on [email protected] Juggling Notation
or [email protected]

This is a first-cousin to the wildly-popular JUGGLING list. This is
devoted to the discussion and development of JUGGLING syntax,
computer simulation of juggling, and computer analysis of juggling.

Subscription is automatic. Logs are accumulated weekly. No weekly
distribution of logs is available as it is with the JUGGLING list
(new feature of the JUGGLING list).

Send your subscription queries to:
[email protected] or [email protected]
with the body of the mail containing the command:

SUB JUGGLEN yourfirstname yourlastname

The list is unmoderated.

Owner:
Phil Paxton
[email protected] or
[email protected]


[email protected]
[email protected]
{apple,ames,rutgers}!bionet!ig!jitr (UUCP)

Jump-In-The-River is a list for discussion of the music and
recordings of Sinead O'Connor, and related matters such as lyrics,
tour information, and the like. The list is unmoderated and is open
to all. It is currently set up to remail single messages and is not
a digest. Archives have been kept since the list's inception in
March 1990; contact the request address for information (they are
not yet available by direct FTP).

All requests to be added, dropped, or for more information should
be sent to [email protected]
-or- {apple,ames,rutgers}!bionet!ig!jump-in-the-river-request (uucp)

Coordinator: Michael C. Berch


[email protected]
[email protected] (BitNet)
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Mailing list formed to provide a global network for the use of children and
teachers in grades K-12. It is intended to provide a focus for
technological development and for resolving the problems of language,
standards, etc. that inevitably arise in international communications.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected] or to
[email protected] (BitNet).

Coordinator: Bob Carlitz

KIDS-91 on LISTSERV@NDSUVM1

KIDS-91 is a Listserv discussion group set up to serve the global
KIDS-91 project. It's meant to be a central meeting place for ALL
interested persons. This is where we

* post announcements of local KIDS-91 activities.
* exchange experiences, ideas and information.
* upload student's responses.

ABOUT the KIDS-91 project
-------------------------
This non-profit project aims at getting as many 10-15 year old
children as possible involved in a GLOBAL dialog continuing until May
12th 1991. We would like their responses to the following questions:

1) Who am I?
2) What do I want to be when I grow up?
3) How do I want the world to be better when I grow up?
4) What can I do now to make this happen?

We also want the children to illustrate their future vision, for example
in a drawing, a video tape, or something else.

Exhibitions of selected parts of the responses will later be shipped back
to the children of the world for them to see and enjoy.

HOW TO SUBSCRIBE
----------------
You can subscribe to KIDS-91 by sending mail to [email protected]
(or LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 on BITNET) with the BODY or TEXT of the mail
containing the command
SUB KIDS-91 yourfirstname yourlastname

For example:

SUB KIDS-91 Chen Wei

Please be sure to send the command to LISTSERV and NOT to the list. Also
note that the command should be in the body of the mail (after
the blank line following the headers) and not in the subject.

The LISTSERV will receive a message which would look like this:
Date: ...
From: someuser@somehost
To: [email protected]

SUB KIDS-91 Chen Wei

and you will automatically become a member.

For more information contact the List Owner:
Odd de Presno


KILLER%[email protected]

This mailing list/notesfile is dedicated to the playing of all forms of
Live-Role-Playing games. Assassin, Killer, K.A.O.S, RECON, DELOS, and any
sort of game where one is is doing any sort of role playing in a real
live-real time (i.e. YOU, not a paper character); setting is what this
discussion covers. This is intended as a forum for discussion of
scenarios, rules suggestions, "no kidding there we were" stories, comments
on legal aspects, and anything else that a reader would like to talk about
if it deals with live role-playing.

All requests to be added or deleted from this list, questions, problems,
etc., should be sent to CEREBUS%[email protected].

Coordinator: David Kovar

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...!psuvax1!NDSUVM1.BITNET!L-HCAP (UUCP)
L-HCAP@NDSUVM1 (BITNET, EARN, NetNorth)

Discussion group for technology for the handicapped; mailing list set up at
North Dakota State University for discussing computer and other technology
for people with any kind of handicap, plus meetings, conferences, funding
agencies, and so forth. Some discussion areas might be:

Computer hardware and software
Adaptive devices that makes computers accessable to people no matter
the type of handicap
Literature that discusses various issues addressed in 1 & 2 above
Meetings and conferences
Funding agencies and their interests, local and federal
Suppliers of adaptive hardware and software
What type(s) of hardware and software is needed for various types of
handicap
Learning disabilities and how can computers help

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to the Coordinator.

Coordinator: Bob Puyear
...!psuvax1!NDSUVM1.BITNET!L-HCAP (UUCP)
L-HCAP@NDSUVM1 (BITNET, EARN, NetNorth)

LACROS-L%[email protected]

Men's Lacrosse information list. Information such as scores and standings
will be posted as they are received. Also, any discussion about Lacrosse
is encouraged. The Coordinator will try to bring up topics of interest:
new rules or coaching changes or anything else which effects the Lacrosse
world.

BitNet users can subscribe to this list by sending the following command to
LISTSERV@VILLVM via an interactive message (TELL or SEND) or in the
text/body of Mail.
SUB LACROS-L your_full_name
where "your_full_name" is your real name, not your login Id.
Non-BitNet users can subscribe by sending the above command in the message
text/body of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Alec Plotkin <185422285%[email protected]>

LANTRA-L%[email protected]

A forum for all aspects of translation and interpreting of natural
languages including, but not restricted to, computer aids for translation
and interpreting. All translators, interpreters, educators, and other
people who are interested in this fascinating subject are welcome. Topics
which can be discussed are:

- computer aided translation
- terminology
- lexicography
- intercultural communication
- sociolinguistics
- psycholingusistics
- professional ethics for interpreters and translators
- education and training of interpreters and translators etc.

To add or remove yourself from the list, send a message to
LISTSERV%[email protected]. The Sender of the message you
send must be the name (E-mail address) you want to add or remove from the
list. The text body of the message should be:
SUBSCRIBE LANTRA-L your_full_name
or:
SIGNOFF LANTRA-L
where your_full_name is your normal name, not your E-mail address.

Coordinator: Helge Niska

LASMED-L

A Bitnet newsletter on lasers in medicine.

To subscribe, send a message to LISTSERV%[email protected]
with the body of the letter containing the command:
SUB LASMED-L Your_Full_Name
where Your_Full_Name; is your title, first name and last name.

Coordinator: Joseph van Zwaren de Zwarenstein


LAWSCH-L%[email protected]

A forum to discuss matters of concern which affect all law students; it is
also designed to allow for interaction between students and law schools to
lessen the gap between them. The list is based at American University Law
School.

BitNet users can subscribe by sending an interactive message or e-mail to
LISTSERV@AUVM with the following command in the body/text:
SUB LAWSCH-L your_full_name
where "your_full_name" is your real name, not your login Id. Not-BitNet
users can subscribe by sending the above command in the text/body of a
message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Ed Kania

legs

Legs is an informal, anonymous list for sharing images, discussion
about womens' legs.

To subscribe to legs, send a request to one of:

internet: [email protected]
uucp: uunet!chx400!ethz!wyle
bitnet: WYLE@CZHETH5A


Owner: Mitchell Wyle

NOTE: (Disclaimer, cop-out, whatever)
I have promised to try to avoid censoring postings to new-list but
only to edit them to follow the criteria and general format for
new-list items. The views expressed in the announcements may
not reflect my views on what is appropriate! Before posting this
I did send a confirming message to the author and site of origin.


LEXX-L on LISTSERV@IRISHVMA LEXX Live Parsing Editor

The LEXX-L list has been created to discuss IBM's LEXX Live Parsing
Editor for VM. Its mailing address is LEXX-L@IRISHVMA; it's
administered by LISTSERV@IRISHVMA. For those on Internet, I'd
recommend using LEXX-L%[email protected] until IRISHVMA
gets an Internet address of its own.

Monthly notebooks will be kept at IRISHVMA.

To subscribe, send an interactive message or e-mail to
[email protected] or LISTSERV%[email protected]
with the message line (in the text/body):
subscribe lexx-l firstname lastname

Owner: Nick Laflamme


LIBADMIN on LISTSERV@UMAB

A discussion of library administration and management

LIBADMIN is an electronic mailing list dealing with issues of library
administration and management. The list is intended to serve as a
vehicle of communication to enhance and promote discussion among
library administrators and managers. The goal of LIBADMIN, then, is
to provide a sort of electronic brainstorming session. The
University of Maryland serves as host to the listserver.

LIBADMIN is an open list. Any messages posted to LIBADMIN will
automatically be sent to all subscribers. The list organizers will
monitor topics on the list and may make suggestions, for example, as
to appropriateness of topics for LIBADMIN, but the organizers will
not serve as moderators or editors. It is assumed participants on
this list will cooperate in submitting messages related to issues of
library management.

TO SUBSCRIBE TO LIBADMIN
Send the following message to LISTSERV@UMAB on BITNET:
SUBSCRIBE LIBADMIN Jane Smith
Put your name in place of Jane's. Please note that this
command must NOT be sent to the list address but to the
listserver address (LISTSERV@UMAB).

HOW TO SEND A MESSAGE TO LIBADMIN
Send an electronic message addressed to LIBADMIN@UMAB
on BITNET in the same way you might send an
electronic message to a person. The listserver at
Maryland will accept your mail and distribute it
to everyone subscribed to LIBADMIN.

The organizers of LIBADMIN would be happy to assist you with
subscription problems or answer any other questions you may have
about LIBADMIN. Please contact us personally.

OWNERS:
Pamela Bluh John Culshaw
Thurgood Marshall Law Library James P. Magill Library

University of Maryland Haverford College
(301) 328-7400 (215) 896-1170
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[email protected]


[email protected]

An electronic mailing list/discussion group/magazine for libertarians,
classical liberals, objectivists, and anybody else interested in a free
market/social tolerance approach to political issues.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list should be sent to
[email protected].

Coordinators: Barry Fagin
June Genis


LibRef-L on LISTSERV@KENTVM Discussion of Library Reference Issues

This list is a discussion of the changing environment of library
reference services and activities. Topics include traditional
reference services, patron expectations, staff training, as well the
impact of CD-ROM and online searching on reference service.

This forum will serve as a professional networking and information
source. We will share ideas, solutions and experiences.

This list is run from the LISTSERV at Kent State University and
moderated by the Reference Librarians at Kent State University
Libraries. The Internet address of the LISTSERV is
[email protected].

You may subscribe to this list by sending a subscribe command by
interactive message or by e-mail. To subscribe by interactive
message, send the command:

"SUB LIBREF-L yourfirstname yourlastname"

to LISTSERV@KENTVM. For example:

IBM VM CMS users would enter

tell listserv at kentvm "sub Libref-L A. Librarian"

VAX VMS users would enter

send listserv@kentvm "sub Libref-L A. Librarian"

You may also subscribe by send mail to LISTSERV@KENTVM with the
command "SUB LIBREF-L your name" in the body of the mail item.

Please do NOT send these commands to the list address LIBREF-L@KENTVM.
Doing so will cause your request to be broadcast to all subscribers
and will not cause your name to be added to the list.

Owners:
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Laura Bartolo lbartolo@kentvm
Gladys Bell gbell@kentvm
Mary DuMont mdumont@kentvm
Julie McDaniel jmcdanie@kentvm
Carolyn Radcliff cradclif@kentvm
Kara Robinson krobinso@kentvm
Barbara Schloman bschloma@kentvm

LIBRES on LISTSERV@KENTVM Library and Information Science Research
or [email protected]

LIBRES is an electronic conference designed to foster library and
information science research and support the development of our
knowledge base.

This forum will serve as a professional networking and information
source. We will share ideas, solutions and experiences.

LIBRES will include discussions of research in progress, reviews of
research, queries and responses from participants, and conference
announcements. LIBRES will be distributed weekly as editorial
staffing allows. All editors are volunteers on the LIBRES Project.

Subscription is open to anyone interested. All participants will be
asked to submit a biography form before being added to the list.
Completed biographies will be available on the LIBRES fileserver and
via anonymous ftp from ksuvxa.kent.edu for review by LIBRES
participants in order to facilitate identifying others with similar
research interests.

You may subscribe to LIBRES by sending a subscribe command by
interactive message or by e-mail. To subscribe by interactive
message, send the command:
SUB LIBRES YourFirstname YourLastname
to LISTSERV@KENTVM. For example:

IBM VM CMS users would enter
tell listserv at kentvm sub LIBRES YourFirstname YourLastname
VAX VMS users would enter
send listserv@kentvm sub LIBRES YourFirstname YourLastname

You may also subscribe by sending an e-mail message to
LISTSERV@KENTVM or if your account is on the internet send to
[email protected], with the following command as the text of
the message.

SUB LIBRES YourFirstname YourLastname

You must leave the subject line *empty* and please don't include any
extra text as a machine will read this not a human (at first)

EDITORS@KENTVM or [email protected] is the address to which to
send submissions and questions about the LIBRES Conference

The Co-Editors are
Diane Kovacs dkovacs@kentvm [email protected]
Tom Froehlich tfroehli@kentvm [email protected]
Julie McDaniel jmcdanie@kentvm [email protected]
Amey Park apark@kentvm [email protected]
Barbara Schloman bschloma@kentvm [email protected]
Ellen Detlefsen ellen@pittvms [email protected]
Rosemary Dumont rdumont@kentvm [email protected]


[email protected] Linguistics and Related Fields

A new list has been formed, which will serve as a place of discussion
for those issues which concern the academic discipline of linguistics
and related fields. The list is international in orientation, and
hopes to provide a forum for the community of linguists as they exist
in different countries. Though the list is moderated, and all
submissions are subject to editorial discretion, it has no areal,
ideological or theoretical bent, and discussion of any linguistic
subfield are welcomed. Membership of the list is open to all.

To subscribe to this list, please send a message to
[email protected] containing as its first and only
line the following:
SUBSCRIBE LINGUIST

Any other questions may be directed to:
[email protected]


LIST OF MAILING LISTS

Mailing-list for "List of lists" update notices.

To keep people up to date on the large number of such lists, there is a
mailing-list for list-of-lists \update notices/. Copies of the list itself
are not sent to the world at large, but for those internet users who
seriously intend to copy the updated versions when updated, a brief notice
will be sent when a new version is available.

An electronic mail server is available to copy the list to those who
lack the IP internet. Send a message to [email protected] with
a line "send netinfo/interest-groups" in the message body. For more
information, use the line "send HELP" (Caps Matter).

To get on the list (or to submit updates to existing mailing-lists or add
new ones), send requests to [email protected].

And now some editorial comments from the net, and an advertisement from
a competitor...

Article 2351 of comp.mail.sendmail:
>From: [email protected] (Brian Kantor)
Newsgroups: comp.mail.sendmail
Subject: Re: MAXHOPS
Date: 9 Nov 90 16:52:05 GMT
Organization: The Avant-Garde of the Now, Ltd.

In article <[email protected]>,
[email protected] (Neil Rickert) writes:
> I suspect this is mostly a problem of mailing lists which
> are being expanded
> too many times, and perhaps should be taken as an indication
> that the mailing
> list needs some reorganization.

I STRONGLY suggest that this is taking the wrong approach to the problem
of bulk distribution of electronic messages.

One of the main reasons we developed the NNTP was to use it and the
associated news software to REPLACE mailing lists. All you have to do
is create a newsgroup and shove the traffic into it.

There are MANY top-level distributions that are NOT mainstream USENET,
are NOT hamstrung by its group creation "voting" guidelines, and they
ARE carrying a lot of former mailing-list traffic.

It's working. Now all we need to do is to get more site administrators
to go for it.

For example, we take ONE subscription to each of many mailing lists
here at UCSD, then use NNTP to distribute them as 'mail.XXX' groups
among several hundred workstations and multiuser systems on campus with
a potential readership of over 5,000. That way, we don't have hundreds
of people subscribing to a group and the resulting hundreds of copies
of mail arriving.

On a more global scale, most of the BITNET mailing lists are available
worldwide as bit.* newsgroups, and we recieve those as well. Most of
them had at least one subscriber here at UCSD already; now they don't
have to arrive as mail at all. That's a potential savings of a LOT of
traffic. Since we're already handling well over 12,000 messages a day,
I'd like to reserve the immediacy of e-mail for correspondence, not for
bulk distribution. NNTP lets me do that.

Brian Kantor UCSD Postmaster
UCSD Network Operations
UCSD C-024, La Jolla, CA 92093-0124 USA
[email protected] BRIAN@UCSD ucsd!brian

>From: [email protected] (LCDR Michael E. Dobson)
Newsgroups: comp.mail.sendmail
Subject: Re: MAXHOPS
Date: 12 Nov 90 18:25:50 GMT
Organization: Naval Medical Research & Development Command

I would like to STRONGLY endorse Brian's suggestions on the use of NNTP as a
replacement for mailing lists. His use of it to provide hundreds of mailing
lists to thousands of readers at his site with a single subscription to each
is a wonderful way to reduce net bandwidth. His further use of it for
organizational newsgroups seems one of the major pluses for NNTP.

As one of the site admins for the US Navy's Medical Department networking
project, I have implemented NNTP for much the same reasons as Brian. We are
currently in the intitial planning stages for using NNTP and Cnews as a means
of communication to over 200 sites world-wide using MilNet. Without NNTP and
news software, the management of informational mailing lists would soon con-
sume more personnel and system resources than we will ever have available.
--
Mike Dobson, Sys Admin for | Internet: [email protected]
nmrdc1.nmrdc.nnmc.navy.mil | UUCP: ...uunet!mimsy!nmrdc1!rdc30med
AT&T 3B2/600G Sys V R 3.2.2 | BITNET: dobson@usuhsb or nrd0mxd@vmnmdsc
WIN/TCP for 3B2 | MCI-Mail: 377-2719 or [email protected]

Date: Sat, 18 May 91 21:11:26 CDT
Reply-To: DAVID%[email protected]
Sender: NEW-LIST - New List Announcements
From: DAVID%[email protected]
Subject: New List-of-lists Available from Dartmouth College

Dartmouth maintains a merged list of the LISTSERV lists on Bitnet and the
Interest Group lists on the Internet. It is a single file with one line for
each mailing list. The list has been updated monthly for the last year and
has a stable format. Each line consists of seven fields, delimited by tabs.
This month's list contains information about 1,770 lists. The fields are:
Category (Computing, Science, Humanities, etc)
List name
"Mail to" address for submitting to the list for distribution
"Command to" address for subscribing, unsubing and other administratrivia
One line description of the list subject
Email address for the owner of the list
Long description of the list, up to 450 characters.

This list-of-lists differs from some similiar lists in that:
Duplicate entries are deleted
Lists obviously intended only for local use are omitted
Information about the lists is field delimited, allowing simple parsing
Both Internet and Bitnet lists are included

We provide a Macintosh Hypercard application that presents the list in a nice
format. Other applications could easily be developed to provide a user
interface to these data that is appropriate for a site's local situation.
The files can be obtained by anonymous FTP from DARTCMS1.DARTMOUTH.EDU
<129.170.16.19> in directory SIGLISTS. They can also be obtained (except the
large data stack) via Bitnet from LISTSERV@DARTCMS1 using the command
SEND fn ft. The LISTSERV FUI command is useful for obtaining notification
of the update of the list-of-lists. The SIGLISTS directory contains five
files:

LISTLIST HQX The complete List-of-Lists stack (about 7m bytes)
LISTSERV LISTS Tab delimited text file from which the above
stack was built
LISTSTUB HQX One card of the LISTLIST stack
LISTTUTR HQX Tutorial stack on mailing lists
READ ME This file

The *.HQX files were saved using Binhex 4.0 and are stacks created
under Hypercard 2.0. The LISTLIST HQX and LISTSERV LISTS files are
quite large, about 7m and .5m respectively. You should only fetch
them if you have adequate storage to save these files locally. You may
want to fetch the short LISTSTUB HQX file to see what the list-of-list
stack will look like, before getting the full file.

Actually, you can reduce the file transfer load and still get the
full list-of-lists stack by doing the following:

1) Obtain the LISTSTUB HQX and LISTTUTR HQX files and "un"Binhex them.
2) Obtain the LISTSERV LISTS text file.
3) Rename the LISTSERV LISTS file to LISTSERV on your Mac.
4) Rename the stack obtained from LISTSTUB HQX to Email_Discussion_Lists_Data.
5) Launch Email_Discussion_Lists_Data and open the dialog box (fan "M").
5) Type GETFILE in the dialog box. Hypercard will access the text file
LISTSERV and build a new Hypercard copy of the list-of-lists. In some
cases you might have to look in the Script and modify the file pointer
in the GETFILE procedure to allow it to find the text file on your system.

The LISTSERV LISTS file is updated monthly. Questions about the files
in this directory should be directed to me.
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or [email protected] (INTERNET)

The purpose of this list is to have a medium for exchanging ideas
about literature and related topics, like: linguistics, semantics,
philology, etc.... and moreover, allow users to share their literary
creations and receive a constructive criticism of it to improve their
writing style.

What about your favorite authors or translations of their works?
Also, the list, attempts some exchanging between english and spanish
literature, Vgr.: common grounds, opinions about authors, works,
literary styles....and additionally about translations of english to
spanish and viceversa.

Any opinion, discussion or questions bordering on these topics are
welcome and encouraged.

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SUBSCRIBE LITERA-L your_full_name

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Mailing list for any lover of literature. Discussions will include
favorite authors, favorite works, literary styles, criticisms, etc. (in
fact, basically anything you can think of regarding literature, unless
postings become too numerous). Postings from scholars as well as
interested parties are welcome.

Log files will be kept on a monthly basis.

BitNet users can subscribe by sending the following command to
LISTSERV@UCF1VM:
SUB LITERARY Your_full_name
where Your_full_name is your real name, not your userid; for example:
SUB LITERARY John Doe
Non-BitNet users can subscribe by sending the SUB command as the text/body
of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Lois Buwalda

LN on [email protected] Computational Linguistics

Bulletin Electronique LN LN Electronic List

Le bulletin electronique LN a pour LN is an international electronic
but de favoriser la circulation distribution list for computa-
d'informations a travers la commu- tional linguists. Its goal is to
naute "Informatique Linguistique": disseminate calls for papers, con-
appels a communication, annonces ference and seminar announcements,
de conferences ou seminaires, requests for software, corpora,
requetes specifiques concernant and various data, project descrip-
logiciels, corpus et donnees tions, discussions on technical
diverses, descriptions d'activites topics, etc. The list is primarily
et de projets, discussions sur des French-speaking, but many items
sujets techniques, etc. Le bulle- are circulated in English. It pro-
tin est principalement franco- vides a forum for scholars working
phone, mais de nombreuses informa- on French, but it is by no means
tions sont retransmises sous leur restricted to this field.
forme originale en anglais. Il
constitue un forum pour les cher- The list is sponsored by the Asso-
cheurs travaillant sur le Francais ciation for Computational Linguis-
mais n'est en aucun cas restreint tics (ACL) and the Association for
a ce seul champ d'etude. Computers and the Humanities
(ACH). This joint sponsorship
Le bulletin est parraine par reflects the fact that in addition
l'Association for Computational to more traditional concerns, compu-
Linguistics (ACL) et l'Association tational linguists have a growing
for Computers and the Humanities interest in areas such as computa-
(ACH). Ce double parrainage tional lexicography, study and use
reflete l'interet croissant des of corpora, statistical models,
linguistes informaticiens pour, a etc., which have been tradition-
cote de domaines plus tradition- ally central to ACH.
nels, des domaines tels que la
lexicographie informatique, l'etude Currently the list consists
et l'utilisation de corpus, les of about 400 members in 25
modeles statistiques, etc., qui countries. It is moderated by
sont depuis longtemps centraux dans Jean Veronis (GRTC-CNRS, France)
l'ACH. and Pierre Zweigenbaum (DIAM-INSERM,
France).
Le bulletin comporte a l'heure
actuelle pres de 400 abonnes dans ---
25 pays. Il est edite par Jean To join LN, send a message to
Veronis (GRTC-CNRS, France) et [email protected], contain-
Pierre Zweigenbaum (DIAM-INSERM, ing only the following line:
France).
SUBSCRIBE LN your name
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Vous pouvez vous abonner au Send messages to be transmitted on
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compose de la seule ligne suivante
a [email protected]: In case of problems, send a mes-
sage to one of the editors:
SUBSCRIBE LN Prenom Nom
Jean Veronis
Vous pouvez transmettre des [email protected]
informations pour diffusion dans
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a [email protected]. [email protected]

En cas de probleme, adressez-vous
directement aux editeurs:

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[email protected]


This list is for exchange of information, ideas, comments, and text
about the artificial language Lojban (also called Loglan) - reference
Scientific American, June 1960. This language has been recently completed
after 35 years work, and is spoken by a few people, and growing
steadily. Its original purpose was as a tool in testing the Sapir-Whorf
hypothesis of linguistics. Other applications, including language
education, machine translation, artificial intelligence, an international
language, etc. have surfaced and gained adherents.

For information about Lojban, send a snail address to:
-- lojbab = Bob LeChevalier, President, The Logical Language Group, Inc.
2904 Beau Lane, Fairfax VA 22031-1303 USA 703-385-0273
[email protected]

since there is little on-line published material yet. Use the above
address folojban-list tra. Send admin traffic anrequests to
subscribe to
[email protected]

The list is not formally moderated, though Bob LeChevalier and
John Cowan ([email protected]) tend to lead discussions.
List maintenance is by Cowan and by snark-machine-host Eric Raymond, but
these should be contacted through lojban-list-request per the above.

[I hope this information is what you need. I am not Unix- or net- familiar
so I know little about such matters. Feel free to contact me (lojbab) or
John Cowan, at the above addresses for more info.]

--lojbab


[email protected]

This is a mailing list for the discussion of Kate Bush's music (and any
other artistic music or anything else for that matter).

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LSTERN-L%[email protected]
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LWUsers%[email protected]
LWUsers on LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 - FTP Software LANWatch Users

LWUsers is an e-mail list to be used as a forum for technical
discussions among users and developers of the LANWatch Local Area
Network Analyzer for the IBM PC from FTP Software, Inc. While LANWatch
has its roots in the MIT Netwatch program, it is different and the
list is intended to focus on LANWatch.

To subscribe, send the following command to [email protected]
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where "your_full_name" is your name. For example:

SUB LWUSERS Im A. Packet

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as "Private" which means that a user address MUST be on the list of
subscribers in order to contribute. This is ONLY done to cut down on
stray "noise". Anyone may subscribe to the list. If you read the
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LWUSERS" to [email protected] or [email protected]. You
may also access these archives via anonymous FTP on the Internet from
host VM1.NoDak.EDU (CD LISTARCH and DIR LWUSERS.*).

Owner: Marty Hoag


[email protected] MacIntosh Security

I have established a mailing list for people interested in Macintosh
security. This can be used to:

* Discuss existing security problems in various Macintosh applications.
* Discuss security applications, hardware, and solutions.
* Discuss potential problems and their solutions.
* Announcements of new Macintosh viruses and virus control software.
(Discussion of viruses in depth should be carried out on
virus specific mailing lists.)
* Just about anything else related to Macintosh security and
access control.

With the arrival of System 7.0 and it's wealth of information sharing
facilities, Macintosh security has entered a new era. Originally you
only had to worry about someone getting into your Macintosh via the
keyboard, or stealing it outright. Now it's much easier to browse
through information on someone else's Macintosh over the network.

If you're interested in joining the list, please send a message to:

[email protected]

Contributions to the list should go to:

[email protected]

At present, the list is unmoderated and will immediately distribute
any incoming messages to the list. If conditions change, the list
will change to a moderated list, a digest, or some other form. Also,
we can look into making it a newsgroup at some point but I'd like to
start it in this form and see what develops.

Owner:
David C. Kovar
Consultant ARPA: [email protected]
Eclectic Associates AppleLink: ECLECTIC
Ma Bell: 617-643-3373 MacNET: DKovar


MACRO32 on [email protected]

MACRO32 is dedicated to a discussion of VAX/VMS systems programming
using MACRO-32, the VAX assembly language. This list is currently
unmoderated. All topics relating to VMS systems programming are
welcome, from MACRO-32 syntax problems to VMS internals questions.

This list was created to complement the discussions on INFO-VAX, which
tends to be oriented toward management more than systems programming.

To subscribe to MACRO32, send a mail message containing the following
command to [email protected]:


SUBSCRIBE MACRO32

List owner: Hunter Goatley


MacTurk%[email protected]
MacTurk@TRBOUN
Macintosh in Turkey

As you can easily understand from the name, it is related to MacIntosh'es.
The only addition is Turk. The list will deal on Academic Computing on
MacIntosh Environment in Turkey (which is derived from the Workshop under
the same name, on May 14-16, Istanbul, Bogazici University).

This is NOT a LISTSERV/LISTEARN list! There is NOautomatic
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to me at djavi%[email protected]. Postings should be sent to:

MacTurk@TRBOUN

in mail format. Only class M (that is MAIL) files will be accepted.


List Owner: Ferhat Djavidan

[email protected]

Mail-men is a moderated discussion group about men's issues and is open to
everyone. The intent is to create an atmosphere of openess and
understanding for discussions about being male in today's world. Flames
are best sent elsewhere. Since men can't truly be free until women are,
feminism is generally viewed as a good thing on this list. The list is
digested as a kindness to various mail systems.

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etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Moderator: Marcel-Franck Simon
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Mail-Zilog

A self-help group to provide communications among Zilog users. Topics
include problems with Zeus, fixes, portability problems, availability of
ported software and exchange of programs on Zilog compatible media. Open
to both end users and systems houses, but all should be able to cope with
the phrase Zilog Brain Damage with some degree of equanimity.

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Coordinator: George Robbins

mail.interleaf

Discussions on all aspects related to the Interleaf publishing environment,
including (but not restricted to) the Interleaf language, user environment,
implementations on new platforms, user written enhancements, and filters,
bug reports and workarounds.

On addressing users at Interleaf:

' Note that we have a registered domain in the uucp zone, and you can
find us in the uucp maps. "[email protected]" is equivalent to
"[email protected]" (10 Canal Park), and "[email protected]" is
equivalent to "[email protected]" (25 First Street). Note that,
at least in the hq.ileaf.com subdomain (of which I am one of the
administrators), you can mail to most users at Interleaf via a first
initial + last name alias (for example, I am reachable as
"[email protected]"). Finally, using explicit uucp paths inside
Interleaf is unnecessary, since the alias files on our gateways should
resolve the user anyway. '

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to leaf-request%[email protected] or
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Coordinator: Unknown

MAIL.YIDDISH

Mailing list for discussion of Yiddish language, literature and culture; a
familiarity with Yiddish language is required. Some of the discussion is
carried on in transliterated Yiddish. (Note: this is not a mailing list
for discussion of Judaism or Jewish culture in general; those reside
elsewhere.)

Archives are Located on host LSUC.ON.CA;for access contact the Moderator.

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etc., should be sent to the Moderator.

Moderator: David Sherman
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To provide a non-hostile environment for discussion among christians.
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Coordinator: Liz Allen-Mitchell

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Purpose: This list is primarily a forum where people interested in
bands representative of the "Manchester" sound can get together for
discussion. Examples of bands being discussed here include the Stone
Roses, Happy Mondays, Inspiral Carpets, the Charlatans, 808 State,
Northside, etc. The definition of the Manchester sound is vague at
best: use your best judgement when trying to determine if a group
falls under the aegis of Manchester.

Both list and weekly digest formats are available.

Contact: [email protected] -or-
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Mailing list open to any marketing academics or practitioners of marketing
who want to discuss marketing related topics.

Coordinators: Jim Ennis
Charles Hofacker

[email protected]
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Mailing list for discussion of the martial arts.

Archives are kept on DRAGON.CSO.UIUC.EDU for Internet people. The file of
current messages is 'martial-arts/archives' and is available thru ANONYMOUS
login or through the martial-arts-request address for those without FTP
access. Previous years' messages are kept in similar files, named
'martial-arts/archives.'.

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etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Steven Miller

MASONIC

Discussion of Freemasonry, its affiliated bodies, and other
(non-university) fraternal and sororal organizations. This list is
moderated, but is open to all.

Requests to be added to or deleted from the list, problems, questions,
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Coordinator: Peter Trei

MATERI-L

A Bitnet newsletter on material sciences in Israel.

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Coordinator: Joseph van Zwaren de Zwarenstein


MBA-L%[email protected]

MBA student curriculum discussion

The MBA-L student curriculum discussion mailing list is for any information
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questions, etc.; it is intended for administrators, faculty, and MBA
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Coordinator: Bob Comerford

MCLR on LISTSERV@MSU Midwest Consortium for Latino Research

You are invited to actively participate, dialogue and exchange
research ideas dealing with Latinos (Mexican, Mexican American,
Chicano; Puerto Rican; Cuban or other Latino), living in the United
States, via the Midwest Consortium for Latino Research List
Service--MCLR-L.

Whether you wish to ask questions or share your wealth of knowledge
on Latinos in the Midwest with other MCLR-L subscribers, MCLR-L can
be the impetus for conducting collaborative and comparative research
which can be used to develop culturally relevant public policy that
is beneficial to Latinos.

To subscribe to MCLR-L use an interactive message (TELL or SEND) or
send mail to [email protected] with the following command

SUB MCLR-L your full name

in the body or text (NOT in the subject) of the message or mail.

The Midwest Consortium for Latino Research (MCLR) is committed to the
proliferation of research on and by Latinos in the Midwest. MCLR is
dedicated to producing a viable Latino research agenda and increasing
the intellectual pool of Latino faculty, staff and students in
Midwestern institutions of higher education. MCLR has two
intrinsically related goals: first, to address the multitude of
economic, educational, political and social issues confronting
Midwestern Latino communities; and, second, to promote Latino
scholarship.

The mission of MCLR is to facilitate the provision of opportunities
leading to:

* A receptive enviroment to support the development and production
of research on and by Latinos, including assistance for funding;

* A network for the development of Latino scholars, as well as to
contribute to the identification, recruitment and retention of more
Latino faculty at member institutions;

* A network of Latino students at the graduate and undergraduate
levels for the development of future generations of Latino
professionals;

* A source of information on Latinos in the form of databases,
archives, library collections and publications;

* A link to a range of institutions of higher education in the
Midwest which share a committment to the development of
Latino scholarship;

* A link to the major Latino community organizations and leadership
in the Midwest to ensure the application of new knowledge to
address the problems and concerns of the population; and,

* A link to national level consortia and Latino scholar networks
which share the mission of the Consortium.

If you have any questions or comments about MCLR, the list, etc.,
please send them to MCLRIMOD@MSU or write to:

Ramiro Gonzales
ramirog@msu on bitnet


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MDS32-L is a LISTSERV list for discussion of creative ideas and techniques
using MDS32, Menu Design System from Ergodic, Inc., for VAX/VMS systems.

MDS32-L originates on the list server at Indiana University - Purdue
University at Indianapolis; [email protected], where you may
subscribe to the list by issuing the following command via interactive
message or mail:
SUBscribe MDS32-L Your_name
where Your_name is your full name,not your user Id.
Non-BitNet users can subscribe by sending the command in the text/body of a
message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Holly Lee Stowe

MECH-L%[email protected]

Mailing list for discussion of any topics pertinent to the Mechanical
Engineering communities such as meeting announcements, software evaluation,
composite material research and others. MECH-L welcomes any suggestions
and comments and encourages faculty/students in ME-related areas (such
Aerospace and Civil) to join the list.

To subscribe, send the following command to LISTSERV@UTARLVM1 via mail or
interactive message:
SUB MECH-L your_full_name
where "your_full_name" is your name. For example: SUB MECH-L Joan Doe
Non-BitNet users can subscribe by sending the text:
SUB MECH-L your_full_name
in the body of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: S. Nomura

MEDCONS%[email protected]

This list is not intended for non-professionals or patients, which still
are welcome to follow the activity on the list. It is intended for
Physicians and investigators in the medical field to allow medical
consulting on a voluntary basis. The final responsibility for the care of
patients is always that of the personal Physician exclusively.

Short descriptions of cases "hard to solve" in the form anamnesis status
and laboratory findings - question: what bothered the patient - followed by
the diagnosis and cure are encouraged. Real bedside problem solving could
also be enlightened by short descriptions of the most exotic and puzzling
cases the colleagues have encountered.

Absolute anonymity for the patients is required. Please favour Latin and
professional terminology to make it easier to keep laymen from obstructing
the list. Contributions from the field of so called alternative medicine
are obsolete, and will not be redistributed to the subscribers.

BitNet users can subscribe by sending the following command to
LISTSERV@FINHUTC:
SUBSCRIBE MEDCONS Your_full_name
where "Your_full_name" is your real name, not your login Id. Non-BitNet
users can join by sending the above command in the text/body of a message
to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Dr. Mikael Peder



MEDIA-L%[email protected]

Mailing list for people in the media services profession who would like to
share information or ask questions about educational communications and
technology issues.

To subscribe send the following command to LISTSERV@BINGVMB (non-BitNet
users send mail to LISTSERV%[email protected])
SUBSCRIBE MEDIA-L your_full_name
To unsubscribe, send
UNSUBSCRIBE MEDIA-L

Coordinator: Jim Blake



MEDINF-L%[email protected]

Mailing list for people working in medical data processing/medical
informatics.

For those in BITNET and subscribed to the list its content can be made
availabe by: TELL LISTSERV AT DEARN REVIEW MEDINF-L. General information
about LISTSERV can be obtained with TELL LISTSERV at DEARN INFO.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to PL_REI%[email protected] or
*** [email protected]. For BITNET users direct subscription is possible
by: TELL LISTSERV@DEARN SUBSCRIBE MEDINF-L , and signing off may
be done by TELL LISTSERV@DEARN SIGNOFF MEDINF-L.

Coordinator: ??

MEDLIB-L on LISTSERV@UBVM Medical Libraries Discussion List
MEDLIB-L on [email protected]

MEDLIB-L is a forum for librarians in the health sciences.
Discussion will include practical and theoretical issues in both the
public and technical service areas. This list may be used to
exchange ideas, questions, concerns and announcements of particular
interest to health sciences librarians.

To subscribe to the list send a message or mail to LISTSERV@UBVM on
BITNET or [email protected] on the Internet with the
text or body of the message containing the command

SUB MEDLIB-L yourfirstname yourlastname

Owner: HSLSTART@UBVM (Nancy Start)
Notebook: Yes, public, monthly
Subscription: Open


MEDNETS%[email protected]

A forum to discuss medical telecommunication networks in the areas of
clinical practice, medical research, and administration. The list is
intended to be used for ongoing discussions, information searches, contact
searches, surveys, and so on.

Contributions sent to this list are automatically archived. You may obtain
a list of the available archive files by sending the command "INDEX
MEDNETS" to [email protected] or LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 on BITNET. These
files can then be retrieved by means of a "GET MEDNETS LOGyymmw" command,
or by using the database search facilities of LISTSERV. Send an "INFO
DATABASE" command to [email protected] for more information on
DATABASE searches.

You may also access these archives via anonymous FTP on the Internet. FTP
to host VM1.NODAK.EDU (134.129.111.1) with any password. After you are
connected enter CD MEDNETS to access the archives (our file system is NOT
hierarchical so to go back to the "root" you would enter CD ANONYMOUS.

BitNet users may subscribe by sending a message or e-mail to
LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 with the following line in the text/body:
SUB MEDNETS your full name
where "your full name" is your real name, not your login Id.
Non-BitNet users can join the list by sending the above command as the only
line in the text/body of a message to [email protected] or to
LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Marty Hoag



MEDNEWS%[email protected]

The MEDNEWS LISTSERV list is for distribution of the Health Info-Com
Network medical newsletter. It is distributed weekly and contains the
latest MMWR from the Center for Disease Control, weekly AIDS Statistics,
FDA bulletins, medical news from the United Nations, and other assorted
medical news items. Submissions for the newsletter are welcomed; please
contact the Editor if you have any questions or newsletter submissions.

To subscribe send the following command to LISTSERV@ASUACAD (non-BitNet
users send mail to LISTSERV%[email protected] with the command
in the message body):
SUBSCRIBE MEDNEWS Your_Full_Name
where Your_Full_Name is your real name, not your userid.
To unsubscribe, send:
UNSUBSCRIBE MEDNEWS

Editor: David Dodell

MEDSTU-L on LISTSERV@UNMVM For Medical Students

The University of New Mexico is pleased to announce that effective
immediately, we are hosting a new Listserv discussion list for
medical students worldwide. The name of the new list is MEDSTU-L and
initially, the list will be unmoderated with subscriptions open. Due
to a present limitation on disk storage, notebooks will be kept for a
period of 30 days.

The impetus for this list was mail I sent out several weeks ago
soliciting medical students with e-mail accounts to exchange mail
with medical students here. As a result of that solicitation, I
found that while there are many medical students with e-mail
accounts, most of them are unaware of others with e-mail accounts.
Thus, this list. While it is an open list and therefore there is no
way of verifying the subscription request, the two list owners
respectfully request that the list be limited to students in medical
schools.

To subscribe to the list send e-mail to LISTSERV@UNMVM and in the
body of the message say
SUB MEDSTU-L your_first_name your_last_name

If you have any questions, please let us know.

Owners:
Art St. George STGEORGE@UNMB or [email protected]
David Goldstein DGOLDST@UNMB or [email protected]

Art St. George, Ph.D.
Executive Network Services Officer
University of New Mexico

High-Tech Access: Soft Touch Access
stgeorge@unmb (BITNET) (505) 277-8046 VOICE
[email protected] (Internet) (505) 277-8101 FAX


[email protected]
[email protected]

Mexico is a large and diversified country, with many different customs,
subcultures, etc., as well as cities, places to go and things to do when
visiting. However, many of the wonderful things that this beautiful
country has to offer are unknown to most people in other parts of the
world. The purpose of this list is to present to the world as many of
these attractions as possible. Anybody interested in knowing more about
Mexico is invited to join.

BitNet users can join by issuing the following command:
TELL LISTSERV AT TECMTYVM SUBSCRIBE MEXICO-L Your_full_name
or the equivalent for sending messages, if your operating system is not
VM/SP. Example:
TELL LISTSERV AT TECMTYVM SUBSCRIBE MEXICO-L David Doe
Non-BitNet users can join by sending a message to
[email protected], with the one-line command "SUBSCRIBE
MEXICO-L Your_full_name" in the body/text (*NOT* in the Subject: field).

Coordinator: Guillermo Rosas Madrigal


[email protected]

MH-Users is a discussion group which focuses on the UCI version of the Rand
Message Handling (MH) system; it is a list is for the MH user community at
large. MH runs on a number of versions of UNIX (4.xBSD, v7, xenix) on top
of a number of mail transport systems (MMDF-{I,II}, SendMail, stand-alone
(with UUCP support)); for information on getting an MH distribution,
contact [email protected]. Appropriate topics are:

- questions about how to use MH
- tips on MH usage
- exchange of MH shell scripts

As a general rule, messages submitted to MH-Users should *NOT* be submitted
to MH-Workers (a list with a different charter).

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, along with problems,
questions and suggestions, should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: John L. Romine (JLR3)

[email protected]

MH-Workers is a discussion group which focuses on the UCI version of the
Rand Message Handling (MH) system; it is a list is for MH maintainers and
experts. MH runs on a number of versions of UNIX (4.xBSD, v7, xenix) on
top of a number of mail transport systems (MMDF-{I,II}, SendMail,
stand-alone (with UUCP support)); for information on getting an MH
distribution, contact [email protected]. Appropriate topics are:

- questions on how to configure MH
- tips on MH configuration
- exchange of MH bug reports (and fixes)

As a general rule, messages submitted to MH-Workers should *NOT* be
submitted to MH-Users (a list with a different charter).

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, along with problems,
questions and suggestions, should be sent to
[email protected].

Coordinator: John L. Romine (JLR3)

[email protected]
[email protected] (from Europe)
s=mhsnews; o=sintef; prmd=uninett; admd= ; c=no;

This conference/mailing list is open to anyone who is seriously interested
in implementing the CCITT X.400 (MHS) message handling protocols. The
conference/mailing list can discuss such things as how to understand and
interpret the MHS recommendations, how to map existing mail systems and
mail network features onto the MHS structure etc.

MHS gateway discussions can be found in [email protected].

To minimize international communications costs, distribution lists are
being maintained in Europe and North America. European users should
contribute messages to [email protected] (s=mhsnews; o=sintef;
prmd=uninett; admd= ; c=no;) and North American users should send messages
to [email protected]. Messages sent to either list will be forwarded to
subscribers to the other lists.

BITNET and NORTHNET subscribers will be served by a LISTSERV facility at
BYU in the USA. EARN subscribers can be served from BYU, but we would
prefer EARN to be served by some site in Europe, if it can be arranged.

USENET "subscribers" will be served by a Moderated feed to USENET with
"inet" distribution. "Followup" contributions from USENET subscribers will
be fed by the moderator into [email protected].

To subscribe to the conference:
European users:
Send a message to [email protected]
s=mhsnews-request; o=sintef; prmd=uninett; admd= ; c=no;
North American users:
Send a message to [email protected]

Coordinators: Tim Kehres
Alf Hansen

MICS-L%[email protected]

Technically-oriented LISTSERV distribution list on the topic of Morino's
MVS Information Control System. Also see the BILLING list.

You can subscribe to this list by sending a request to LISTSERV at HDETUD1:
TELL LISTSERV AT HDETUD1 SUB MICS-L your_full_name
or by sending mail to LISTSERV%[email protected] containing
the line:
SUB MICS-L your_full_name

Coordinator: Rob van Hoboken

MIDEUR-L%[email protected]

Mailing list for discussion of Middle European politics, etc.

An unmoderated list concerning the history, culture, politics and
current affairs of those countries lying between the Mediterranean/
Adriatic and the Baltic Seas, and between the German/Austrian borders
and the Soviet Union. The emphasis is particularly on the
nationalities policies of these countries, their economic development,
their possible union or disunion, and their place in a united Europe.
Cross-posting with lists concerning West Europe/ Germany and the USSR
is encouraged where the topics bear directly on Middle Europe.

It is presumed that the bulk of the discussions will be on serious
current or past events, treated in a scholarly manner. However, there
is no set policy and personal observations, advice-seeking, and gossip
are not ruled out.

BitNet users may subscribe by sending the following command to
LISTSERV@UBVM via interactive message or e-mail:
SUB MIDEUR-L Your full name
where "Your full name" is your real name, not your login Id.
Non-BitNet users can join by sending the above command as the only line in
the text/body of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Jan George Frajkor

[email protected]

Mailing list for discussions of military technology and related matters.
The list is gatewayed bi-directionally with the Usenet newsgroup
"sci.military", which is moderated; it is distributed in the form of a
daily digest.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Moderator: Bill Thacker


MINISTRY-L%[email protected]

An open forum for the discussion of concerns and experiences of people who
are planning a career in religious ministry, or for those considering such
a move. All denominations are welcome (at least!), and a variety of
personal backgrounds would probably be helpful. What is intended here, if
it will work, is a discussion of the issues one faces as one approaches the
question of the ministry as a career.

BitNet users can subscribe by sending the following command to
MAILSERV@GACVAX1 as mail text/body:
SUBSCRIBE MINISTRY-L Your_full_name.
where Your_full_name is your real name, not your loginid; for example:
SUBSCRIBE MINISTRY-L Joe Shmoe
Interactive commands will not function; THIS IS NOT A LISTSERV.
Non-BitNet users can subscribe by sending the above command in the
text/body of a message to MAILSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Charles Piehl

MLA-L%[email protected]

Mail distribution service for the Music Library Association; this is being
done on a trial basis. It is intended that the list be used for various
activities of MLA that can benefit by wide-scale distribution (such as
announcements of deadlines for NOTES and the Newsletter, news items,
general inquiries about MLA activities, etc.). The list could also be used
for reference inquiries and other topics of interest to the music library
community.

The list will initially be limited to mail distribution. No archives will
be maintained and no file/document server capability will be utilized
(these additional features may be considered at a later time).

BitNet users can subscribe in several ways:
For IBM (VM/CMS) systems
TELL LISTSERV AT IUBVM SUBSCRIBE MLA-L
For VAX (VMS) systems
SEND LISTSERV@IUBVM SUBSCRIBE Send a mail message to LISTSERV at IUBVM which consists of one line (in
the BODY or TEXT of the message):
SUBSCRIBE MLA-L
Non-BitNet users can also subscribe by sending the above message to
LISTSERV%[email protected].
If all else fails, send mail to the Coordinator.

Coordinator: A. Ralph Papakhian
Executive Secretary, Music Library Association

[email protected]

A mailing list for people who implement, install or maintain the MMDF2
mailer on UNIX hosts. MMDF2 is widely used in many environments, including
the Internet and CSNET's PhoneNet.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected] or to [email protected].

Coordinators: David Herron


MMEDIA-L on LISTSERV@VMTECMEX Multimedia

The Multimedia discussion list has been opened in order to provide a
forum to discuss this growing field in education and training. It is
a listserv list located at MMEDIA-L@VMTECMEX, please send your
commands to LISTSERV@ VMTECMEX.

To subscrive to MMEDIA-L send mail to [email protected] with
the following command in the body or text of the mail:

SUB MMEDIA-L yourfirstname yourlastname

The list runs unmoderated with monthly logs available.

Owner:
Alejandro Kurczyn S. <499229@VMTECMEX>


[email protected]

Discussion group for those active or interested in multimedia mail.
The intent is to use this list mainly for discussion of the
developing multimedia mail procedures and protocols.

The mail sent to MMM-PEOPLE is kept on host VENERA.ISI.EDU in file
mmm/mmm-people.mail. The distribution list is kept in file
mmm/mmm-people.list. One may copy these public access files via FTP
using the username ANONYMOUS and password GUEST.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems,
questions, etc., should be sent to [email protected] or
contact Ann Westine, "[email protected]".


[email protected]

Mailing list devoted to the theory and practice of motorcycle chassis
design and construction.

Requests to be added to or deleted from the list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Paul O'Neill


MOUNT-L on LISTSERV@TRMETU Mountaineering Discussion List

MOUNT-L is meant for the discussion and communication amoung
mountaineers.

To subscribe to MOUNT_L send mail or interactive message to
LISTSERV@TRMETU on BITNET with the TEXT or BODY of the message
containing the command:

SUB MOUNT-L yourfirstname yourlastname


Loopcheck=Full Title='MOUNT-L'
Review= Public Subscription= Open
Notify= No Reply-to= List,Respect
Ack = Msg Files=Yes
Validate= Store only Stats= Normal,Private
x-Tags= Comment Formcheck= Yes
Notebook= Yes,A,Monthly,Public Mail-via= Distribute
Errors-to= Owner Formcheck= Yes

Owner= TURAN@TRMETU (Metin TURAN) on BITNET

Metin TURAN MWSC
Middle East Technical University Middle East Technical University
Computer Center, Student Advisor Mountaineering and Winter Sports Club
06531 ANKARA TURKEY 06531 Ankara TURKEY
Voice:(4) 2237100 / 2086 Voice:(4) 2237100 / 2052
Bitnet:TURAN@TRMETU Bitnet:MOUNT@TRMETU


MsgGroup

Interest in electronic mail, message formats, message systems, and the
sociological implications of the above.****This list ceased its operation
during the summer of 1986 after almost 11 continuous years of operation,
but the record has been kept intact for anyone who cares to poke and search
for the nuggets that are hidden therein.****

Achives are kept on host WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL in Twenex Mail files
PD2:xxx.*, where xxx.* is a specific file name with (in
most cases) 100 messages per file -- MSGGROUP.* indicates a message file,
and SURVEY.* indicates a message containing a list/index of the messages in
a specific number range.

Filename Type Bytes CRC

MSGGROUP.0001-0100.3 ASCII 198684 50A9H
MSGGROUP.0101-0200.4 ASCII 347359 900DH
MSGGROUP.0201-0300.4 ASCII 270092 9B89H
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MSGGROUP.1001-1100.1 ASCII 157610 9C39H
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MSGGROUP.1201-1300.1 ASCII 174805 1E5CH
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MSGGROUP.1501-1600.1 ASCII 273691 C4C0H
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MSGGROUP.2001-2100.1 ASCII 227262 5E47H
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MSGGROUP.2501-2600.1 ASCII 149617 30E6H
MSGGROUP.REQUIREMENTS.2 ASCII 3469 27E1H
MSGGROUP.SCHWARTZ-CSD-MSG.1 ASCII 56400 9D31H

SURVEY.0001-0100.1 ASCII 11965 4797H
SURVEY.0101-0200.1 ASCII 12887 7A5BH
SURVEY.0201-0300.1 ASCII 12558 2651H
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SURVEY.1101-1200.1 ASCII 12534 183EH
SURVEY.1201-1300.1 ASCII 12116 ED10H
SURVEY.1301-1400.1 ASCII 11522 C76EH
SURVEY.1401-1500.1 ASCII 12292 29B1H

SURVEY.1501-1600.1 ASCII 12553 8CC7H
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SURVEY.1901-2000.1 ASCII 12053 8EB7H
SURVEY.2001-2100.1 ASCII 12779 D9C1H

Archives Coordinator: Frank J. Wancho

MSSQL-L on LISTSERV@DUKEVM Microsoft SQL Server for OS/2
MSSQL-L on [email protected]

I'd like to announce a new list dealing with Microsoft's SQL Server
for OS/2. This is the only discussion group for MS SQL Server that
I'm aware of on any network (other then Microsoft's own). If you are
aware of any other lists, please let me know.

Also, if you know of another user or discussion group that would find
this topic of interest, please forward this note to them. Please
pardon any multiple mailings.

When subscribing, please address your subscriptions to:
[email protected] <----Bitnet
or
[email protected] <---- Internet

The list name is: MSSQL-L

When sending mail please send it to:
[email protected] <---- BITNET
or
[email protected] <---- Internet

Owner:
Brian Eder
[email protected]
Duke Univ.


[email protected]

Mailing list for users of Meridian Software Systems's Ada compilers.

Requests to be added to or deleted from the list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinators: Jerry N. Sweet
Meridian support staff

[email protected]
[email protected]

Masscomp Users Society (MUS) mailing list; people who are interested in the
Masscomp line of computers are invited to join.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Stan Barber

music-research%[email protected]

The Music-Research electronic mail redistribution list was established
after a suggestion made at a meeting in Oxford in July 1986, to provide an
effective and fast means of bringing together musicologists, music
analysts, computer scientists, and others working on applications of
computers in music research. Initially, the list was established for
people whose chief interests concern computers and their applications to

- music representation systems
- information retrieval systems for musical scores
- music printing
- music analysis
- musicology and ethnomusicology
- tertiary music education
- databases of musical information

The following areas are NOT the principal concern of this list, although
overlapping subjects may well be interesting:

- primary and secondary education
- sound generation techniques
- composition

This group is gatewayed to the USENET group "comp.music", but postings to
comp.music are not included in the digest.

On-line archives are not yet available, but copies will be mailed on
request by Brad Rubenstein .

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to
music-research-request%[email protected] or UUCP
...!ukc!ox-prg!music-research-request.

Coordinator: Stephen Page
US Redistributor: Brad Rubenstein
{most US backbones}!sun!bartok!bradr (UUCP)

[email protected]
[email protected]

Mailing list for discussion of MVS TCP/IP implementations. The MVSTCPIP
list is open to discussion of any MVS TCP/IP implementations, however,
discussion specific to the IBM MVS TCP/IP product occurs mostly on
[email protected].

BitNet users should subscribe themselves by sending the following command
to [email protected] or [email protected]:
SUBSCRIBE MVSTCPIP Your_Full_Name
where "Your_Full_Name" is your real name, not your login Id.
To unsubscribe, send the command:
UNSUBSCRIBE MVSTCPIP
Non-BitNet users can subscribe or unsubscribe by sending one of the above
commands to [email protected] in the text/body of the message.

Problems accessing the list may be addressed to the Coordinator.

Coordinator: Leonard D. Woren


[email protected]

Numerical Analysis mailing-list.

Moderator: Gene Golub

[email protected]
[email protected]

The "NAC" list is a BITNET/NetNorth/EARN Redistribution list for Usenet
Newsgroup news.announce.conferences. "news.announce.conferences" is used to
post calls for papers and conference announcements. Contributions should
be submitted to [email protected],
[email protected], [email protected].,or
[email protected] (the list is MODERATED. Submissions to NAC@NDSUVM1
([email protected]) will be forwarded to the Moderator).

Contributions sent to the list are automatically archived. You can obtain
a list of the available archive files by sending an "INDEX NAC" command to
LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 or [email protected]. These files can then be
retrieved by means of a "GET NAC filetype" command, or using the database
search facilities of LISTSERV. Send an "INFO DATABASE" command for more
information on the latter. The command may be in the BODY or TEXT of the
mail, NOT the subject, or may be sent interactively via TELL or SEND on
BitNet/EARN/NetNorth.

You may also obtain copies of the list notebooks via anonymous FTP to
VM1.NODAK.EDU (192.33.18.30), userid ANONYMOUS, any password. Once
validated do a CD LISTARCH and DIR NAC.* to see the notebooks available.
The file system is NOT hierarchical so you must do a CD ANONYMOUS if you
want to return to the "root".

You may subscribe to NAC by sending the command:
SUB NAC Your_full_name (eg. SUB NAC Jane Doe)
to LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 or [email protected].

Moderator: Dennis Page [email protected]

NACUBO%[email protected]

Mailing list for discussion of any topics dealt with by college business,
finance and administrative professionals. This is an informal discussion
group sponsored by NACUBO's Communications Committee, designed to test and
generate interest in electronic networking.

To subscribe to the mailing list, send a message to
NACUBO%[email protected].

Coordinator: Janet Chayes

[email protected]

The NAMEDROPPERS mailing list is to be used for discussion of the concepts,
principles, design, and implementation of the domain style names. The main
focus of this group is the review of documents describing domain style
names. This is a list for participants in a discussion, not observers.
Everyone on the list is expected to contribute from time to time.

Nearly everyone in NAMEDROPPERS is also on HEADER-PEOPLE and also on
MSGGROUP. There is no need to send a message to both NAMEDROPPERS and
either of these lists (and certianly not both!).

All of the previous NAMEDROPPERS discussion can be found in NIC.DDN.MIL
files
NAMEDROPPERS:NAMEDROPPERS.yymmdd
For certain years, the whole archive fits in a single file; those files
will only have a yy extension. These files can be accessed via anonymous
FTP; new members may wish to copy and read these archives before joining
the discussion.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: [email protected]

[email protected]

Mailing list for people using the Nanny package written for VAX using VMS.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Perfect Tommy

NDSU100%[email protected]

Temporary mailing list to celebrate the Centennial of North Dakota State
University, Fargo, North Dakota, USA (96 deg 48 min West longitude, 46 deg
54 min North latitude). The theme of our Centennial is "For the Land and
Its People". A special public centennial exhibition, Showcase SU, will be
held from April 24 - 28, 1990 in Fargo. As part of the exhibition we will
be presenting information on "Global Networking". The general public will
be given an opportunity to send messages to the NDSU100 mailing list and to
read contributions of others. IT IS INTENDED THAT THE LIST IS TEMPORARY
AND WILL BE REMOVED AFTER THE CENTENNIAL CELEBRATIONS.

We invite anyone to help us celebrate our centennial and show folks what
global electronic mail can do. Besides just subscribing to the list we
have thought of several ways folks could contribute. Some require action
now so we receive the materials in time for the exhibition. Below are
three ways you can help. Thank you very much for your contributions.

1. Contribute an E-Mail Greeting

We would like to have some "greetings" sent to NDSU100 ahead of time.
We plan to assemble these into a "scrapbook" (low tech) for folks to
peruse. These should be sent to the list as soon as possible. We would
like greetings from around the US and around the world.

Please keep greetings brief (about one page or 40-50 lines). You might
want to just congratulate NDSU on their 100th birthday. It would be
great to get a greeting in your own native language as well as in
English! Just remember that our terminals and printers only support 26
alphabetic letters (A-Z and a-z).

You might also include information about yourself, your location, what
issues are important in your country right now, what your weather is
like, questions about Fargo or NDSU, possible people you might know here
or from here, etc. Who knows, maybe we could get some new pairs of pen
pals together from all this.

Greetings should be sent to [email protected] on the Internet and to
NDSU100@NDSUVM1 on BITNET. Please make sure the subject matter and
choice of words is suitable for a general audience of all ages and
sensitivities... ๐Ÿ˜‰

2. Send a Picture Postcard or Snapshot for Display

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PLEASE NOTE: WE CANNOT RETURN ANY ITEMS SENT! Don't send us anything
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Date: Tue, 12 Mar 91 01:23:19 -0500
From: [email protected] (Marty Schoffstall)
To: [email protected]
Subject: NREN discussion mailing list


Aside from the public policy discussion on the commercialization
and privatization, there is an open mailing list to discuss
the NREN (National Research and Education Network).

Send email to

[email protected]

to be added.

It is a high energy and volume redistribution mailing list.

Marty

Date: Thu, 28 Mar 1991 13:24:09 EST
From: [email protected]
Subject: info on NREN-related lists

In response to what Marquisetta and Marty wrote, I can point to several
mailing lists that are not purely NREN, but overlap.
...

(1) The Merit/NSF Backbone Project's "Link Letter" newsletter
is the electronic version of a newsletter that also appears
in paper form. I am embarassed to say that I can't determine the
subscription address for this at the moment, but back issues
can be obtained via anonymous ftp from 'nis.nsf.net'.
Editor's Note: Here is the address from the first issue:
NSFNET Information Services, Merit Computer Network, 1075 Beal
Avenue, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2112, (313) 764-9430, or electronically
at [email protected].

(2) The Internet Monthly Report lists all kinds of facts and brief
reports on what is happening. Extremely useful for general
awareness of what is going on. Send a message to Ann Westine
at '[email protected]' for a subscription. I think back issues
are available via anonymous ftp, but couldn't quickly figure out
where.

(3) Our regional network, NEARNET, has started providing a monthly
newsletter. Not sure how many of the 20+ other regional networks
do. To subscribe to "NEARNET This Month," send a request to
'[email protected]'. Back issues (two!) are available via
anonymous ftp from 'nic.near.net'.

Jim Cerny, Computing and Information Services
[email protected]


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This list is for discussion of Proteon's P4200-series gateway products.
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The University Libraries and the Information Technology Division of the
University of Houston have established this list that deals with all
computer systems that libraries make available to their patrons, including
CD-ROM databases, computer-assisted instruction (CAI and ICAI) programs,
expert systems, hypermedia programs, library microcomputer facilities,
locally-mounted databases, online catalogs, and remote end-user search
systems. The list is open for general subscription.

Archives of PACS-L are stored in the PACS-L FILELIST. To receive a list of
files send the command INDEX LISTNAME to LISTSERV@UHUPVM1.

To subscribe to PACS-L, send the following command to
[email protected] via mail text or interactive message:
SUBSCRIBE PACS-L Your_full_name
For example:
SUBSCRIBE PACS-L Jane Doe
Non-BitNet Internet users can join by sending the above command in the text
or body of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Charles Bailey
Owner: [email protected]

[email protected]
PAGAN@DRYCAS (BitNet)

Mailing list created as an offshoot of PSI-L to discuss the religions,
philosophy, etc., of Paganism.

Requests to be added to or deleted from the list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected] (Internet) or
PAGAN-REQUEST@DRYCAS (BitNet).

Coordinator: Stacey Greenstein
(BitNet)

PAGE-L%[email protected]

Mailing list for IBM 3812 and IBM 3820 Page Printer discussions, problemss,
and tips. Questions about these devices are also sometimes covered by
other lists (e.g., SCRIPT-L, GDDM, Info-Printers).

If you want to join the new list, just enter:
TELL LISTSERV AT UCF1VM SUB PAGE-L your name
If you cannot send interactive messages to the LISTSERV, send a message to
LISTSERV@UCF1VM (not PAGE-L@UCF1VM) with the command:
SUB PAGE-L Your Full Name
as the only line in the messagebody.

If there are problems subscribing to the list, send a message to one of the
Coordinators.

Coordinator: Jim Ennis
Lois Buwalda

[email protected]
PAGEMAKR%[email protected]
PAGEMAKR@INDYCMS (BitNet)

Mailing list for PageMaker users to share their ideas and problems with.
The list is for desktop publishers who use PageMaker in either the MAC or
PC environment. Since the program runs exactly the same in both settings,
all PageMaker users are invited to subscribe.

BitNet users may subscribe by sending the following command in a message to
LISTSERV@INDYCMS:
SUBSCRIBE PAGEMAKR Your full name
where "Your full name" is your real name, not your login Id.
Non-BitNet users can join the list by sending the above command as the only
line in the text/body of a message to [email protected] or
LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Cindy Stone

(Bitnet)

PARA-DAP%[email protected]

Mailing list for discussion of parallel and distributed processing,
parallel methodologies, visualisation and related topics. Special emphasis
on regular topologies, homogeneous systems, SIMD architectures.
Information sub-network for AMT DAP users (an SIMD machine).

The PARA-DAP list has been set up to cater for the needs of researchers,
software and hardware developers in the field of
parallel/concurrent/distributed processing. Additionally it serves as a
medium for users of the AMT DAP but is not restricted to this machine.
Contributions to the list are invited from all persons involved in parallel
processing.

Archives are kept monthly and can be obtained directly from the
subscription address.

BitNet users may subscribe by sending the following command via interactive
message or e-mail to LISTSERV@IRLEARN:
SUBSCRIBE PARA_DAP your_full_name
where "your_full_name" is your real name, not your login Id.
Non-BitNet users can join by sending the above command as the only line in
the text/body of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Queries, suggestions or complaints should be directed to the Coordinator.

Coordinator: Rotan Hanrahan

PARAPSYCH

A forum for discussing experiences, questions, ideas, or research having to
do with parapsychology (e.g. ESP, out-of-body experiences, dream
experiments, and altered states of consciousness). We are especially
interested in hearing about personal experiences, and considering why and
how these different phenomena happen, the connections between them, how to
bring them about, and what psychological or philosophical implications they
have.

To subscribe, send a message to LISTSERV%[email protected] containing
the text:
SUB PSI-L your_real_name


Editor: Ben Geer

PC-REXX%[email protected]

In addition to REXXLIST, the existing VM/SP REXX discussion list, 3 other
lists exist to discuss the REXX programming language. They are AREXX-L
(for Amiga REXX users), TSO-REXX (for TSO), and PC-REXX (for Personal REXX)
users.

To join the PC-REXX list, send the following command to LISTSERV at UCF1VM:
SUB PC-REXX firstname lastname
for example,
SUB PC-REXX Fred Programmer
The command may be sent in the TEXT or BODY of mail to LISTSERV@UCF1VM or
via an interactive TELL or SEND command (on CMS or VMS). Non-BitNet users
can subscribe by sending the command in the text body of a message to
LISTSERV%[email protected].

Requests to be added, problems, questions, etc., should be sent to the
Coordinator.

Coordinator: Lois Buwalda

[email protected]

Discussion group for the various sets of TCP/IP implementations for
personal computers. Bugs are reported here and help bringing up a new
environmment may be forthcoming from members of this list. In the past,
discussions have included the MIT package, the Stanford TCP modifications
and work at Wisconsin and Maryland.

Archives are available via an electronic mail server. Details about its
use can be obtained by sending a request to [email protected].

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

List Maintainer: James Galvin

PCSUPT-L%[email protected]

A users' group for the discussion of issues that address end-user support
for IBM PC's and similar microcomputers. By providing a central forum for
users worldwide, the group will foster the timely communication of
solutions to problems with hardware, operating systems, and applications.
The group is to include technical support professionals as well as those
who find themselves in the role of ad hoc "PC expert". Participants in the
group will determine what specific issues are discussed; topics the group
is likely to address are:

* Institutional procedures (for example, hard disk backups within
departments, software evaluation for institutional support, etc.)
* Exchange of tips and tricks for getting the most from PC's
* Equipment quality and reliability (e.g., which hard disks are most
reliable and which are least)
* Differences with new releases of DOS (new commands, changes in
command syntax, etc.)
* Comparisons of clones to IBM PC's and PS's in price/performance terms
* viruses and vaccines

To subscribe send the following command to LISTSERV@YALEVM (non-BitNet
users send mail to LISTSERV%[email protected]):
SUBSCRIBE PCSUPT-L Your_Full_Name
where Your_Full_Name is your real name, not your userid.
BitNet VM/CMS users may subscribe by issuing the command:
TELL LISTSERV AT YALEVM SUB PCSUPT-L Your_Full_Name
To unsubscribe, send the command:
UNSUBSCRIBE PCSUPT-L

Coordinator: Bob Boyd


PCTECH-L%[email protected]
PCTECH-L on LISTSERV@TREARN
MS-DOS Personal Computer Support Group

The PCTECH-L list has been established as an unedited list for users of
MS-DOS PCs. The list is intended for mutual support among users. It may
include reviews of software and hardware. The primary difference between
PCTECH-L and INFO-PC is that PCTECH-L is not edited.

To subscribe, send: SUB PCTECH-L firstname lastname to LISTSERV@TREARN
(LISSTERV%[email protected] for Internet users).. Monthly
message logs will be kept.

[email protected]

Mailing list to facilitate communication and cooperation between owners of
vintage DEC computers, specifically, but not limited to, the PDP-8 series
of minicomputers. Discussions of all manner of hardware, software,
programming techniques are invited. Ownership of an 'antique' computer is
not required for membership, but flames from people who feel that anything
that is not cutting edge technology is worthless are discouraged.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Robert E. Seastrom

[email protected]
[email protected]
Perl@Virginia (BitNet)
...!uunet!virginia!perl-users (uucp)

For discussion of PERL, Larry Wall's Practical Extraction and Report
Language. This list is bidirectionally gatewayed with the USENET newsgroup
comp.lang.perl. It is distributed as a digest. A digest is created and
distributed at least once per day, more often if traffic warrants.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected] or
[email protected] (Internet), Perl-Req@Virginia
(BitNet), or ...!uunet!virginia!perl-users-request (uucp).

Coordinator: Marc Rouleau

PHILOS-L%[email protected]

Mailing list for philosophers (waged or unwaged) in the United Kingdom to
discuss matters of mutual concern, and to encourage other such philosophers
to meet in the High Country of computer-mail.

Subscribe by sending
SUBSCRIBE PHILOS-L [your_name]
to [email protected]
Internet users canjoinby sending the above command to
LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Stephen Clark

PHILOSOP%[email protected]

Academic philosophy mailing list and file server. The files posted by
subscribers can be of all sorts: work in progress, comments thereon,
advertisements for conferences, newsletters, journals, or associations, job
postings, conditional agreements on social action. The items on the board
have to have some connection with academic Philosophy; but that's not
interpreted narrowly.

To subscribe send the following command to LISTSERV@YORKVM1 (non-BitNet
users send mail to LISTSERV%[email protected]):
SUBSCRIBE PHILOSOP Your_Full_Name
where Your_Full_Name is your real name, not your userid.
To unsubscribe, send the command:
UNSUBSCRIBE PHILOSOP

Coordinators: P.A Danielson
sol.yorku.CA
Nollaig MacKenzie
vulcan.yorku.CA
GL250011@YUORION
orion.yorku.CA

PHILRELSOC%[email protected]

A Philosophy, Religion, and Society magazine for intense debate. So far,
it has been an Analytic Philosophy debate forum, but philosophically
informed articles dealing with society and religion are more than welcome.

All requests to be added to or dropped from the mailing list, as well as
all contributions, should be sent to [email protected]. The
editors would appreciate it if all contributions included the following:
FROM
IN RESPONSE TO:

Editors: ??

PHOTO-L%[email protected]

This list is a forum for discussion of all aspects of photography,
including esthetics, equipment, technique, etc.

To subscribe to this list issue the command:
TELL LISTSERV AT BUACCA SUB PHOTO-L your_full_name
or on VMS systems:
SEND LISTSERV@BUACCA SUB PHOTO-L your_full_name
Non-BitNet users can subscribe by sending the text:
SUB PHOTO-L your_full_name
in the body of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Mark Hayes


PHYS-L%[email protected]

This forum is designed for teachers of college and university physics
courses. Particular topics of interest include using Bitnet itself as the
primary medium for the delivery of university courses, innovative teaching
laboratory experiments, and the use of micros in the physics classroom.
The list is open for public subscription.

To subscribe send this command by interactive message to LISTSERV@UCF1VM:
SUBSCRIBE PHYS-L your-full-name
or send mail to LISTSERV@UCF1VM with the above command included as the only
message body line.

There is no list-specific Internet contact address but, if necessary, mail
can be sent to JIM%[email protected] for subscriptions or help.

Coordinator: Dick Smith

PHYSIC-L

A Bitnet newsletter announcing the upcoming weekly colloquia and seminars
in Physics at all the Israeli Universities, except the Technion; planned
Israeli workshop and conferences in physics are also announced.

To subscribe, send a message to LISTSERV%[email protected]
with the body of the letter containing the command:
SUB PHYSIC-L Your_Full_Name
where Your_Full_Name; is your title, first name and last name.

Coordinator: Joseph van Zwaren de Zwarenstein


[email protected]
(or @MC.LCS.MIT.EDU)

Group for discussion of topics in physics, with some reasonable speculation
allowed.

Some archives are maintained on MIT-MC in files:
COMAIL;PHYS FILE (current messages)
COMAIL;PHYS FILE00 (oldest archives)
COMAIL;PHYS FILEnn (next oldest archives)
COMAIL;PHYS FILE06 (newest archives)

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected] (or @MC.LCS.MIT.EDU).

Coordinator: Andrew Knutsen

PLEARN-L%[email protected]

Mailing list for discussion of possible Poland <-> EARN network traffic.

BitNet users may subscribe by sending the following command to
LISTSERV@UBVM via interactive message or e-mail:
SUB PLEARN-L Your full name
where "Your full name" is your real name, not your login Id.
Non-BitNet users can join by sending the above command as the only line in
the text/body of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Dave Phillips

[email protected]

Pol-Econ is a new list to provide an unmoderated environment where
issues, questions, comments, ideas, and uses of Political Economy as
a logical framework can be discussed. In a broad sense, this
includes virtually anything dealing with economics.

The explicit purpose of Pol-Econ is to provide timely interchange
between subscribers, to provide a forum where interesting questions
can be addressed within the context of interactive exchange between
many individuals, to discuss the evolution and application of
Political Economy, to announce professional meetings, calls for
papers, etc., and to provide partial tables of contents for current
periodicals. As is the case on all unmoderated lists, the discussion
and topics are only limited by the participation and interest of its
subscribers. Subscribers are welcome to take an active role by
posting to Pol-Econ or an inactive role by monitoring the list.
Although not necessary for participation, it shall be assumed that
subscribers are basically familiar with technical economic jargon.

To subscribe to Pol-Econ, please send a MAIL message to:
[email protected] ----
The body of this MAIL message should be one line and contain the words:
SUBSCRIBE Pol-Econ
******Please note******
[email protected] is not supported by the conventional interactive
VM-based LISTSERV, but is instead entirely MAIL oriented.

List owner: George D. Greenwade


POLAND-L%[email protected]

Mailing list devoted to the discussion of Polish culture and events. We
are interested in all subjects related to Poland, Polish Americans and
Eastern Europe (related to Poland).

POLAND-L is archived weekly. To obtain a list of available files send the
following command to LISTSERV@UBVM through e-mail: INDEX POLAND-L

To subscribe to POLAND-L, send the following command to LISTSERV@UBVM via
e-mail text:
SUBSCRIBE POLAND-L Your_full_name
where "Your_full_name" is your real name, not your login Id. We discourage
using SEND or similar means, since this sometimes introduces different
paths than e-mail and may result in bouncing e-mail.
Non-BitNet users can join by sending the above command as the only line in
the text/body of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Jerzy Pawlowski

[email protected]

POLI-SCI is a spinoff from the HUMAN-NETS discussion list. Shortly after
the November 1980 election, HUMAN-NETS began to discuss the impact that
electronic communications had on the election. As this discussion
continued, it lost its narrow focus on electronic communications and began
to consider the election in general, how elections are won and lost, and
the nature of the electoral college. The growth of these discussions, and
their spawning of related discussions, indicated that a separate discussion
list was merited and POLI-SCI was installed. Since then POLI-SCI has begun
to consider other topics including the history of the Carter and Nixon
presidencies, the Iranian hostage crisis, etc. (with a little less dignity,
the list might be characterized as a permanent distributed political bull
session).

Archived digest messages are stored on RUTGERS in:
mail.txt
and other files in the directory

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Moderator: JoSH Hall

POLITICS%[email protected]

A list for the serious discussion of politics, hosted by the University of
Central Florida. Since it is not being moderated, we ask that all users
refrain from making attacks or flames of a personal nature.

To subscribe send the following command to LISTSERV@UCF1VM (non-BitNet
users send mail to LISTSERV%[email protected])
SUBSCRIBE POLITICS your_full_name
To unsubscribe, send
UNSUBSCRIBE POLITICS

Coordinator: Lois Buwalda

POLYMERP%[email protected]

Polymer Physics Discussion. The topics include meetings, articles,
software, theories, materials, methods, tools, polymer properties such as
solubility, viscosity, self-diffusion, and adsorption.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list should be sent to the
automatic server LISTSERV%[email protected] as commands (one
per line) in the mail body or note. Valid commands are: INFO, HELP, LIST,
SUBSCRIBE POLYMERP your_full_name, UNSUBSCRIBE POLYMERP, REVIEW POLYMERP,
GET filename filetype.

Archives and data of interest are kept on the same server (GET POLYMERP
FILELIST for a list of files).

Coordinator: Jan Scheutjens

POPULATION-BIOLOGY

Population Biology is a synthesis of population ecology and population
genetics, pursuing a unified theory to explain the structure, functioning
and evolution of populations of living beings. Such populations are very
complex systems, exhibiting a variety of phenomena that we stil do not
master. Just to quote a famous example, multiannual density cycles (e.g.
in lemmings) have not received a satisfactory expalnation, despite of
decades of debated studies and speculations. Population Biology is a very
active field, encompassing such diverse approaches as tenacious, harsh
field work to track long term demographic and genetic fluctuations, or
sophisticated conversations with a computer about strange attractors
possibly causing chaos in the density fluctuations.

Topics that can be discussed include: ecology, population genetics,
systematics, evolution, morphometry, interspecific competition,
sociobiology, mathematical modelling, population regulation, pest control,
speciation, chromosomal evolution, social behaviour, statistical
methodology in population study, population management of endangered
species, applications of molecular biology techniques, etc., and, last but
not least, your own topic. There is no restriction on the species:
viruses, protokaryotes, plants, animals (including man), mythic or extinct
species, computer- simulated species... Technical problems, book reviews,
meeting annoucements and so on are also welcome.

The BITNET and USENET names of the new group are:
Internet BITNET USENET
-------- ------ ------
POPULATION-BIOLOGY POP-BIO bionet.population-bio

If you wish to participate in the the group, please send your subscription
request to the appropriate BIOSCI node below. More informations on BIOSCI
can also be requested at the adresses below:
Address Location Network
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biosci%[email protected] Internet
[email protected] U.S.A. BitNet
[email protected] Ireland EARN/BitNet
[email protected] U.K. JANET
[email protected] Sweden EARN/Internet

Subscriptions can also be sent to the LISTSERV at IRLEARN by sending a
message, note or mail with the line:
SUB POP$BIO your_full_name

Moderator: Vincent Bauchau

[email protected]
posix-ada%[email protected]

Primarily intended for working group members of IEEE 1003.5, the group that
is involved in developing the Ada binding to the IEEE POSIX specification.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected]
(or posix-ada-request%[email protected]).

Coordinator: Karl Nyberg


[email protected]

Mailing list primarily intended for working group members of IEEE 1003.9,
the group that is involved in developing the FORTRAN binding to the IEEE
POSIX specification.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Michael J. Hannah

POWER-L%[email protected]

Mailing list to discuss the IBM RISC System/6000 family based on the
Performance Optimization With Enhanced RISC (POWER) Architecture (also
known as RIOS in the rumor mill) announced on February 15, 1990. This
includes the POWERstations, POWERservers, Xstation, and related hardware
and software.

Archives of the discussions are kept on a weekly basis. Send LISTSERV the
commands "INDEX POWER-L" and "INFO DATABASE" for more information (NOTE:
the commands are sent to LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 or [email protected] and NOT
to the list!). The files are also available via ANONYMOUS FTP to
VM1.NODAK.EDU (134.129.111.1) by entering CD POWER-L after connecting.

To subscribe to POWER-L send mail (or message on BitNet) to
LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 (BitNet), [email protected], or
LISTSERV%[email protected] with the following command in the
body/text of the message:
SUB POWER-L your full name
where "your full name" is your real name, not your login Id.

Coordinator: Marty Hoag

(BitNet)

[email protected] Prion (slow virus) Infection Digest

The Prion Digest was formed as a reference point for the discussion
and sharring of current research into prion (or slow virus)
infection. Common prion related diseases are Creutzfeld-Jakob
disease (CJD), Gerstmann-Straussler syndrome (GSS), transmissible
mink encephalopathy, bovine spongiform encephalopathy, chronic
wasting disease of deer and elk, scrapie, and kuru (from Kingsbury,
D.T., "Genetics of Response to Slow Virus {Prion} Infection", _Annu.
Rev. Genet. 1990._ 24: 115-32).

All comers are welcome, from interested lay people to researchers
working with prions and/or prion infections.

This digest is *NOT* on a LISTSERV, administrivia (subscriptions,
deletions, changes, etc.) should be addressed to


Submissions should be sent to . All
submissions are entered into the input for the next digest.

The digest is sent out on a weekly basis (currently at 0330 CST on
Sat.).

Back issues are available via anonymous ftp from
(130.71.192.20) in the pub/prion directory.
If you do not have ftp access, send a request to
and the requested files will be sent
to you.

Prion Digest Moderator: Chris Swanson


PROCOM-L%[email protected]

Mailing list dedicated to discussion among users of the ProComm 2.4.2,
2.4.3, and ProComm Plus terminal emulators on PCs and PC clones.

To subscribe, send a message with the text/body containing the line;
SUB PROCOM-L your_full_name
(where "your_full_name" is your real name, not your login Id) to
[email protected] (BitNet) or
MAILSERV%[email protected] (Internet).

Coordinator: Bill Bailey

PROFSALT on LISTSERV@UCCVMA PROFS Office System Alternatives

PROFSALT@UCCVMA, Profs Alternatives, has been established to
discuss tips and techniques for Profs sites who wish to
investigate converting to office automation facilities which make
more sense given today's network realities.

For instance, tools for converting Profs nickname files to
RiceMail compatible Names files could be shared. Alternatives to
Profs calendars could be discussed.

To subscribe from a VM system:

tell listserv at uccvma subscribe profsalt firstname lastname

Or, send a mail note to listserv@uccvma with this line of text
(not subject):

subscribe profsalt firstname lastname

As always, you will be an item of disdain if you send
subscription requests to the list (though I think that with
Eric's latest fixes, these may be filtered out).

Owner: Rich Hintz [email protected] University of California

[email protected]

Mailing list for discussion of all relevant aspects of the
PROGRESS(tm) RDBMS. Discussion may include any topic related
to the subject, such as transaction processing, system implementation
on networks, concurrency, library construction, modular design,
function design, tuning or using the product in any environment,
conversion to new versions, announcements of conferences, etc.

All the above topics will be treated under the light of the
PROGRESS(tm) language, so the focus will be on implementing
algorithms using this language.

Users may subscribe by sending mail to uunet!thinc!progress
include; Real Name (not your login Id), Company Name, Voice Phone
Number, Machine and Operating System which hosts your account.

We take great pleasure in announcing the establishment of a Email
User Group devoted exclusively to the discussion of all relevant
aspects of the PROGRESS(tm) RDBMS. Discussion may include any topic
related to PROGRESS(tm).

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Tomorrow's Horizons, Inc.,4807 Bethesda Ave, #330, Bethesda, MD 20814-5299

Coordinator: Ethan A. Lish ([email protected])


PROLOG[-HACKERS]@SUSHI.STANFORD.EDU

Prolog and logic programming mailing lists.

Some of the people answering the initial BBoard message stated that they
would be interested in general Prolog and logic programming information,
but not in the nitty-gritty details of Prolog systems and their bugs.
Therefore, two mailing lists have been set up, PROLOG and PROLOG-HACKERS:
PROLOG will provide a digest of articles of general interest;
PROLOG-HACKERS will provide a direct mailing for the nasty stuff. Finally,
PROLOG-REQUEST should be used for distribution requests. In a nutshell:

Mail to for
------- ---

[email protected] sending articles of general interest
[email protected] sending articles of limited interest
[email protected] getting in and out of the mailing
lists and other bureaucracy

Please do not send the same message to PROLOG and PROLOG-HACKERS. Messages
will be moved between lists if appropriate.

An archive of the USEnet prolog interest group interchange can be FTP'd
from host SU-SCORE using standard anonymous login convention. The pathname
is:
PS:UPIG.ARCHIVE

Moderator: Chuck Restivo

PROP-L%[email protected]
PROP-L on LISTSERV@UTARLVM1: Programmable Operator List

PROP-L is a list for the discussion of problems, suggestions, and
helpful information relating to the Programmable Operator component
of IBM CMS. Anyone who uses Programmable Operator as part of the
operation of their VM system is encouraged to subscribe to this list.

Archives of PROP-L discussions can be listed by sending the
command INDEX PROP-L to LISTSERV@UTARLVM1.

To subscribe to PROP-L, send the following command to LISTSERV@UTARLVM1
(LISTSERV%[email protected] for INTERNET users)
via mail text or interactive message: SUBSCRIBE PROP-L Your_full_name.
For example: SUBSCRIBE PROP-L Joe Shmoe.

Owners: Gary Samek
David Young


[email protected] -- Computer Protocol Discussion
[email protected]

The PROTOCOL electronic mailing list is a forum for the discussion of
all kinds of computer protocols. This includes the format of data
when transmitted on communications devices, plus the internal formats
used to store data on storage media.

Topics of dicussion will include the formats used by various archiving
programs and applications, encodings used to transfer binary files via
electronic mail and other text-only media, and networking protocols
such as DECNET, UUCP, TCP/IP and OSI. Discussion of file formats are
welcome, including UUENCODE, XXENCODE, LCODER, SUPENCOD, ARC, ZIP,
ZOO, TAR, COMPRESS, SFIF, GIF, TIFF, PBM, NETDATA, SHAR, and any
others. We are interested in contributions toward the development
of general-purpose file transfer protocols.

The list has the combined mission of two previous lists called
"ProtocolS" and "FFP-L".

The PROTOCOL list is gatewayed to the UseNet list comp.protocols.misc.
We welcome free-ranging discussion and product announcements.

[Note the above two paragraphs are not yet true.]

The subscription is as for a normal BITNET LISTSERV list. Send a
message to [email protected] (LISTSERV AT UIUCVMD) or
[email protected] with the contents:

SUBSCRIBE PROTOCOL Your Full Name

The list is unmoderated, open enrollment, and is not digestified.
The list coordinators are:

Phil Howard
and
David J. Camp
and
David M Katinsky


[email protected]@CUNYVM.CUNY.EDU>

Forum for discussing experiences, questions, ideas, or research having to
do with psi (e.g. ESP, out-of-body experiences, dream experiments, and
altered states of consciousness). We are especially interested in hearing
about personal experiences, and considering why and how these different
phenomena happen, the connections between them, how to bring them about,
and what psychological or philosophical implications they have.

To subscribe, send mail to the Coordinator.

Coordinator: Ben Geer

[email protected]

This message announces the creation of the Psion Computer Mailing
List. The list is for the discussion and exchange of information
and software for Psion computers. This list is for Psion Organiser
handheld computers, and Psion laptops (including the MS-DOS models).
Non-Psion portable and handheld computer discussion is welcome.

Although this list originates at an Internet site, there are gateways
to many other networks and mail systems. Fidonet, Compuserve, MCI
and many other systems can also receive this mailing list. Contact
the moderator for more information.

There is an archive of Psion software and other information at
csd4.csd.uwm.edu in the Psion directory. For users that can't ftp,
files can be requested via mail. The archive already contains over
500K, mostly obtained from the PIG (Psion Interest Group) Pen BBS
(703-765-6290). The BBS has recently changed formats and will no
longer be exclusively Psion oriented but the files and message
system will be retained. Any messages or files not already at the
archive from the PIG Pen or other source are welcome.

mailing list: [email protected]
moderator: [email protected]
subscription/file requests:
[email protected]
--
<-:(= Anthony Stieber [email protected] uwm!uwmcsd4!anthony


PSTAT-L%[email protected]

A forum for the exchange of information about the P-STAT data management
and statistics package; code, macros, applications, user news, user group
reports etc.

All requests to be added to or deleted from the mailing list, or to have
files distributed, should be sent to the Coordinator.

Coordinator: Peter Flynn UCC

PSRT-L on LISTSERV@UMCVMB Political Science Research and Teaching

PSRT-L@UMCVMB is a moderated discussion list on Bitnet which deals
with issues of interest to professional political scientists, both
researchers and teachers. Submissions from all sub-fields of
political science as well as related disciplines are encouraged.

The list is not intended to serve as a public forum for debate over
current issues in politics, as other lists already fill that niche.
Rather it is intended to provide an opportunity for political
scientists to present their ideas and ongoing research for
discussion, to consider the directions in which the discipline is
advancing, and to encourage the dissemination of new concepts in
research and teaching. In addition to ongoing discussions, the list
editors would like to post announcements of job openings and upcoming
conferences.

To subscribe to PSRT-L send mail to LISTSERV@UMCVMB on BITNET with
the TEXT or BODY of the mail containing the one line:

SUB PSRT-L yourfirstname yourlastname


Editors of PSRT-L:
Michael Malaby
Bill Ball


PSYCHOLOGY NEWSLETTER

The Psychology Newsletter is distributed on a periodic basis to all
readers. It contains news about psychology, letters from readers, and the
latest list of files (the Psychnet Index) that is available from the Server
Machine. Files available on the Server Machine vary regularly, and cover a
wide range of topics, including preprints of papers, convention
announcements, special news announcements, position openings, and just
about anything else related to psychology.

There are two ways to get files from the Server Machine. Users within
Bitnet who can send interactive commands (like the TELL or SEND/REMOTE
command) should send the command PSYCHNET HELP to userid UH-INFO at node
UHUPVM1. An automatic reply (if the 'links' are up) will then guide you in
viewing the latest Index and retrieving files. If you cannot send
interactive commands (this includes all non-Bitnet users) or if you have
problems, request the file you want with mail to the Coordinator.
Remember, you will automatically get an Index once weekly in your
Newsletter subscription.

To subscribe place the words:
SUBSCRIBE PSYCH Youruserid@Yournode
as the first line of a file you send to LISTSERV@TCSVM. If you have
trouble subscribing this way you may mail your request to
[email protected] or PSYCH%[email protected]. Include your
userid, node, and network and the Coordinator will manually add you to
the list.

Coordinator: Robert C. Morecock, Psychnet Editor

EPSYNET@UHUPVM1 (BitNet)

[email protected]

A new mailing list has been formed to discuss public access UNIX
systems. It's primarily focus is upon starting and administering
such a system, but users are certainly welcome to join in.

The backbone of the "pubnet" hierarchy no longer exists, and along
with it went the main purpose for these newsgroups. Even though
pubnet is no longer needed, it still serves two important functions.
First, it is the home for Phil Eschallier's "nixpub" list of public
access systems. Second, it offers a forum for the administrators of
public access systems.

Nixpub won't be lost in the changes. It is already cross-posted into
comp.misc, and I expect Phil will make that its new home.

The second function, however, will be lost when pubnet goes away. I
floated a trial balloon to see if there was interest in creating a
single newsgroup (I suggested "comp.org.pubnet") to replace the
pubnet hierarchy. The response I received was favorable, but not
enough to support creating a group.

Thus - I propose a "pubnet" mailing list to fill in this gap. If you
want to join, send a request to "[email protected]".

Why do I care that pubnet survives? Neither me nor my equipment has
anything to do with public access systems. Call it a debt of
gratitude. Four years ago, when I moved from California to Texas, my
USENET and email access was lost. Thanks to folks like Wayne Ross
(then of warble, and previous keeper of the nixpub) and Charlie
Boykin (then of killer) I was able to get access and eventually
bootstap a USENET site. Public access UNIX provides some good
services, and it's a worthwhile thing to keep around. (Now...if this
was a pitch for public television I'd next implore you to dig deeply
into your pockets... ๐Ÿ™‚

Chip Rosenthal 512-482-8260 | We was raising insurance premiums, ma.
Unicom Systems Development | We was spreading fear of arson.
| - Michelle Shocked


PURTOPOI on LISTSERV@PURCCVM

Purdue Rhetoric, Professional Writing, and
Language Discussion Group

The PURTOPOI list is a scholarly forum for the discussion of current
issues or "topoi" in the fields of rhetoric and composition,
professional writing, and language research. While the list began
as a list for Purdue only, it became so popular that it has been
opened up for general subscriptions.

Previous topics taken up by the group have included:

- the relationship between social construction and ethnographic
research in composition.

- the disciplinary relationships between rhetoric, literary
criticism, and linguistics.

- the debate between agonistic and rogerian approaches to
composition.

- the impact of cultural studies on composition pedagogy and
research.

- and the antagonism between post-structuralist and cognitivist
approaches to historical, theoretical, and empirical research
methods.

Members are encouraged to submit works in progress, reviews of recent
publications, reports or announcements of conferences,
bibliographies, or questions for group discussion.

Subscription to the list is by listowners. Messages sent to the list
are archived and may be retrieved by list members. Also, a filelist
containing help files, bibliographies, and papers of interest is
available to list members.

For more information on PURTOPOI@PURCCVM, contact Tharon Howard at
the addresses below:

Internet: [email protected]
BITNET: XUCC@PURCCVM


[email protected]
PYNCHON%[email protected]
PYNCHON@SFU (BitNet)

Mailing list for discussion of Thomas Pynchon, a notoriously publicity shy
contemporary American novelist with four novels, "V", "Gravity's Rainbow",
"The Crying of Lot 49" and "Vineland", and a book of short stories "Slow
Learner". The stuff overlaps into several catgories, e.g., post modernism,
black humor, conspiracy theory, etc.

To join the list, send a message to the Coordinator; include your name (or
a pseudonym) as well as your net address.

Coordinator: Jody Gilbert

(BitNet)

QM-L on LISTSERV@YaleVM (BitNet)
or [email protected] (InterNet)

Hello. Yale University is currently using CE Software's QuickMail
mail package on a campus-wide AppleTalk network. We are attempting
to connect as many students, faculty, and staff as possible in order
to achieve as close to universal e-mail connectivity as we can. We
are interested in talking to other QuickMail users, in order to
discuss common experiences, problems, configurations, and the like.
We encourage anyone interested in the CE Software QuickMail software
to join us on QM-L.

You may subscribe to this list in the usual way you would subscribe
to any listserv list. To sign up, send a message or mail to
Listserv@YaleVM (BitNet), or mail to [email protected]
(InterNet), with the command:

subscribe qm-l firstname lastname

For MAIL subscriptions this command should appear as the first line
of the BODY of the mail message. The subject line is ignored and can
be omitted. Obviously, firstname and lastnameare replaced with your
first and last name.

Owner:
BITnet: Peter @ YaleVM InterNet: Peter @ YaleVM.YCC.Yale.edu
Yale University Computer Center Peter Furmonavicius
175 Whitney Avenue Senior Research Programmer
P.O. Box 2112
New Haven, CT 06520 (203) 432-6600


[email protected]
[email protected]
QUAKE-L%[email protected]

Mailing list for discussion of the ways various national and international
computer networks can help in the event of an earthquake, or the help can
be enhanced. One of the basic problems discussed might be network
reconfigurations which would be temporarily required; others might be in
actually putting various groups in electronic contact with each other.

Public notebooks for the list will be available from LISTSERV, can be
searched with the LISTSERV database facility (send LISTSERV the command
info database for details), and are available via anonymous FTP from
VM1.NODAK.EDU (134.129.111.1) after entering CD LISTARCH (use DIR
QUAKE-L.* to see any notebooks/archives).

BitNet or Internet users may subscribe to the list by sending a message or
e-mail to LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 or [email protected], respectively. On the
first line of the text or body of the message enter the command;
SUB QUAKE-L your_full_name
where your_full_name is your real name, not your login Id.

Coordinator: Marty Hoag


[email protected]

Quanta is the moderated, electronically distributed journal of Science
Fiction and Fantasy. As such, each issue contains fiction by amateur
authors as well as articles, reviews etc... Quanta is published bi-monthly
in two formats, Ascii and PostScript (for PostScript compatible
laser-printers).

Back issues are available by anonymous FTP from: fed.expres.cs.cmu.edu
(128.2.209.58).

Requests to be added to the distribution list should be sent to either one
of the following depending on which version of the magazine you'd like to
receive:
[email protected]
[email protected]


Coordinator: Dan Applequist ([email protected])

RACF-L on [email protected] - RACF Discussion list

This is a list for discussion and questions on the IBM security
product, RACF (Resource Access Control Facility.) It is for both the
MVS and VM versions of RACF and is open to anyone with an interest in
security on IBM mainframe computers. Comparisons between RACF and
other IBM mainframe security systems (ACF-2, TOP-SECRET, VM/SECURE)
are also welcome. Archives for approximately 6 to 9 months worth of
old postings will be available.

To subscribe to RACF-L:

Send the following command to LISTSERV@UGA via mail or interactive
message:

SUBSCRIBE RACF-L Your_full_name.

For example: SUBSCRIBE RACF-L John Doe

Owner: Harold Pritchett


RAILROAD

Daily digest of information and discussion of transportation issues (inter
and intra city) with emphasis on rail transportation. This group also
discusses or announces items of interest to the so-called "railfan"
community (I.e. excursion announcements, etc). Some model railroad
discussion also takes place.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to the Moderator.

Moderator: Geert K. Marien

RESPON-$%[email protected]

Discussion of socially responsible investing by colleges and universities.
Particularly for those serving on committees charged with recommending or
setting institutional policy on socially responsible investment guidelines,
votes on shareholder resolutions, divestment, community investment or other
initiatives related to the university's long and short term investments.
Internal and external politics. Current issues include South Africa,
Northern Ireland, animal testing, environmental protection, corporate
PAC's, equal opportunity/affirmative action, and tobacco sales.

BitNet users may subscribe by sending the following command to
LISTSERV@UVMVM via interactive message or e-mail:
SUBSCRIBE RESPON-$ your full name
where "your full name" is your real name, not your login Id.
Non-BitNet users can join the list by sending the above command as the only
line in the text/body of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Dayna Flath

REXXCOMP%[email protected]
REXXCOMP on LISTSERV@UCF1VM

REXXCOMP is a list to discuss all aspects of the CMS REXX Compiler,
including installation, maintenance, and use.

To subscribe, send the following command to LISTSERV at UCF1VM:

SUBSCRIBE REXXCOMP

for example,
SUBSCRIBE REXXCOMP Fred Smith

The subscribe command may be sent via an interactive message from BITNET
(eg. TELL LISTSERV AT UCF1VM SUBSCRIBE REXXCOMP Fred Smith) or in the TEXT
or BODY of e-mail addressed to LISTSERV@UCF1VM on BITNET.


REXXLIST%[email protected]

Discussion of the REXX command language.

Transcripts of earlier months are available in multiple formats from
REXX%[email protected].

All back-issue requests will be managed by:
Network News

Coordinator: LISTSERV Editor


RFC Announcements


This list is for distribution of announcements of new Requests for
Comments. These are the publications of the Internet protocol
development community, and include the specifications of protocol
standards for the Internet, as well as policy statements and
informational memos.

Requests to be added or deleted should be sent to: [email protected]


[email protected]

"RISKS" is a distribution list for discussion of issues related to risks to
the public in the use of computer systems. It has sponsorship of the ACM
Committee on Computers and Public Policy (Chaired by Peter G. Neumann), but
is open to everyone.

Contributions are welcome on a wide range of relevant topics bearing on the
stated subject. Contributors are requested to avoid overt political
statements, personal attacks, flames, etc. Inappropriate submissions will
be rejected.

Back issues may be FTPed from SRI-CSL files
RISKS-vol.no
where "vol" and "no" are volume and number. Risks-1.1 was
established 1 Aug 85.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Peter G. Neumann


[email protected]
[email protected]
...!psuvax1!NDSUVM1.BITNET!ROOTS-L (UUCP)


Genealogical Issues: Tools, techniques, and requests for information on
genealogical research. The list may also be helpful in doing the research
by sharing information on specific ancestors, cooperative research, etc.
(See also soc.roots on USENET/NETNEWS news). Monthly public notebooks are
kept.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to the Coordinator.

Coordinator: Alf Christophersen

RS1-L%[email protected]
...!psuvax1!NDSUVM1.BITNET!RS1-L (UUCP)
RS1-L@NDSUVM1 (BITNET, EARN, NetNorth)

BITNET LISTSERV discussion group for RS/1, BBN Software Products
Corporation's research and data analysis system. Topics of interest could
include RPL questions, problems/bugs, converting to Release 3, etc.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to the Coordinator.

Coordinator: User Consultant Coordinator


RSTRAN-L%[email protected]

Unmoderated mailing list intended for discussion among RSCS systems
programmers who are interested in the Yale Transparent linedrivers for RSCS
Version 2 on an IBM 7171. The original modifications made at Yale for
release 1 of version 2 are available from the list by requesting RSTRAN-L
PACKAGE. It is Yale's hope that interested parties who migrate the mods
forward for later maintenance levels will send the updated mods to
SUSAN@YALEVM so that they can be made available to all.

BitNet users can add themselves to the list by issuing the following
command to [email protected]:
SUBSCRIBE RSTRAN-L your_full_name
where your_full_name is your real name (not your userid).
BitNet users can unsubscribe with the command:
UNSUBSCRIBE RSTRAN-L

All other requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems,
questions, etc., should be sent to the Coordinator.

Coordinator: Susan Barmhall

RUSSIAN on [email protected]

A ListServ discussion group has been created to discuss Russian
Language Issues, preferably in Russian. Topics include but are not
limited to Russian language, linguistics, grammar, translations,
literature. This list is geared toward students of Russian but, of
course, _anyone_ who speaks/reads/writes Russian is invited and
encouraged to participate.

To subscribe to this list, send the following command to
LISTSERV@ASUACAD on BITNET (in the body of mail or a message):

SUB RUSSIAN your_name

where your_name is your name as you wish it to appear on the
subscription list (*not* userid at node). The name must include
at the least a "first" and "last" name. For example,
SUB RUSSIAN John Q. Public

Thank you. Please direct questions and/or comments to the list
owner, Andrew Wollert, at [email protected] or
[email protected].


[email protected]

RusTeX-L was started in September 1989 to facilitate the work on the
Russian language version of the TeX typesetting system, but related
technical topics are often discussed on the list: other Russian text
processing systems, thesauri, spell checkers, Russian keyboard layout, and
e-mail to Soviet sites. This list is limited to technical topics only: any
articles of political nature (including the discussion of COCOM
restrictions on technology transfers) should be directed to another list or
newsgroup (e.g., talk.politics.soviet).

A collection of RusTeX-related software (METAFONT sources for Cyrillic
fonts, Russian hyphenation patterns, et al) and mailing list archives are
kept on UBVM.CC.BUFFALO.EDU.


Coordinator: Dimitri Vulis
((rutgers,gatech)!psuvax1,mcsun,unido)!cunyvms1.bitnet!dlv (uucp)



SAFETY%[email protected]

Mailing list for people interested in the various environmental, health and
safety issues and problems on college and university campuses. These can
include life safety issues (fire protection, trip and fall and other
general safety issues), chemical safety issues (waste disposal, laboratory
safety, meeting regulations), biological hazards and radiation safety.
Both users of hazardous materials and people administering campus safety
programs are welcome on the list.

BitNet users can subscribe to the list by issuing the following interactive
command on CMS:
TELL LISTSERV AT UVMVM SUBSCRIBE SAFETY your_name where "your_name" is
your real name, not your login Id. Non-CMS BitNet users can join by
sending mail to LISTSERV@UVMVM with the command:
SUB SAFETY your_name
in the TEXT/BODY of the message.
Non-BitNet users can join by sending the above command in the text/body of
a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Dayna Flath

SAS-L%[email protected]
SAS-L%[email protected]

A Bitnet Listserv discussion group focusing on SAS.

Users can subscribe themselves by sending mail to
LISTSERV%[email protected] with
SUBSCRIBE SAS-L your_full_name
as the only line in the message body.

Coordinators: A. Harry Williams

[email protected]

Mailing list for members of, or anyone interested in, the Society for
Creative Anachronism. There is also an "alt.sca" Newsgroup gatewayed with
the mailing list.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: ??

[email protected]

This mailing list is intended to be a forum for discussing anything related
to the Scheme programming language(s), with particular emphasis on the use
of Scheme in education. There are over 150 people on the list A/O 15 Nov
85, with more than 80 institutions represented.

The archives are kept on 2 different machines:
On MIT-AI: LSPMAI;SCHEME MAIL4 (messages from Sept 85 - 11 July 86)
On MIT-MC: LSPMAI;SCHEME MAIL (messages since 11 July 86)

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Jonathan Rees

[email protected]
...seismo!utah-cs!scribe-hacks (uucp)

Mailing list for Scribe hackers; designed for persons who perform the role
of Scribe Database Administrator at their installation. Discussion will be
about Scribe features, bugs, enhancements, performance, support, and other
topics of interest to Scribe DBAs. The list will NOT be moderated, but
will simply consist of a mail "reflector" - ie. if you send a message to
the list, it will be rebroadcast to everyone on the list. Discussion at
the level of "How do I get a paragraph to indent 5 spaces instead of 3?" is
specifically discouraged.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected] (or uucp:
...seismo!utah-cs!scribe-hacks-request).

Coordinator: Dan Reading

SCOUTS-L%[email protected]
SCOUTS-L on LISTSERV@NDSUVM1

The SCOUTS-L list was formed to provide an opportunity for members of
youth groups world-wide to interact, compare notes on their programs,
discuss organizational problems, and communicate with members in
distant units. The groups discussed may include, but will not be
limited to the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Boys' and Girls' Clubs, etc.

Archives of SCOUTS-L and related files are stored in the SCOUTS-L
FILELIST. To receive a list of files send the command
INDEX SCOUTS-L to LISTSERV@NDSUVM1.

To subscribe to SCOUTS-L, send the following command to
LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 (LISTSERV%[email protected] for INTERNET
users) via mail text or interactive message: SUBSCRIBE SCOUTS-L
Your_full_name. For example: SUBSCRIBE SCOUTS-L Joe Scout

Owner: Douglas J. Coffman

SCREEN-L on LISTSERV@UA1VM - Film and TV Studies Discussion List
or [email protected]

SCREEN-L is an unmoderated list for all who study, teach, theorize
about or research film and television--mostly in an academic setting,
but not necessarily so. SCREEN-L ranges from the abstract (post-
post-structuralist theory) to the concrete (roommate match-ups for
the next SCS/UFVA conference). Pedagogical, historical, theoretical,
and production issues pertaining to film and TV studies are welcomed.

To subscribe to SCREEN-L, send the following command to
LISTSERV@UA1VM (or [email protected]) via e-mail or interactive
message (TELL/SEND):

SUBSCRIBE SCREEN-L

"" is your name as you wish it to appear on the list.
For example:

SUBSCRIBE SCREEN-L Budd Boetticher

Archives of SCREEN-L and related files are stored in the SCREEN-L
FILELIST. To receive a list of files send the command INDEX SCREEN-L
to LISTSERV@UA1VM (or [email protected]).

Owner: Jeremy Butler JBUTLER@UA1VM
[email protected]


SCUBA-L%[email protected]

Mailing list for discussion of all aspects of SCUBA diving. Any articles,
views, ideas, and opinions relating to SCUBA diving are welcome. Areas
discussed will include, but are not limited to:


Safety/First Aid Places to Dive
Decompression computation Best Places to Dive
Decompression Tables History
New Equipment Dive Shops
New Technologies Mail/order Shopping
Diving Science & Technology TRAVEL
Dive Computers Tropical Diving
Underwater Photography Underwater Animal Life
Underwater Vehicles Questions/Quizzes
PADI certifications
NAUI certifications
YMCA certifications

BitNet users can subscribe by sending the following interactive command to
LISTSERV@GUVM:
TELL LISTSERV AT GUVM SUB SCUBA-L your_full_name
(where "your_full_name" is your real name, not your loginid) or by sending
mail to [email protected] with the first text line in the BODY of the
mail being:
SUB SCUBA-L your_full_name
Non-BitNet users can subscribe by sending the above SUB command in the body
of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected]

Coordinator: Mark Evangelista

SCUG-G on LISTSERV@DGOGWDG1 Systems Center User Group - German
SCUG-G on [email protected] (Internet)

Since foundation of list L-VMCTR@AKRONVM we revealed some problems
that could not be discussed in this list, because they are specially
related to our situation in the middle of Europe. Therefore we set
up a new list, called SCUG-G (Systems Center User Group - German),
which is located at Goettingen (DGOGWDG1.BITNET), Germany.

This new list is concerned to all software components of VMCENTER,
VMCENTER II and to VMSPOOL of Systems Center, Inc., Reston. Topics
we want to discuss are:

legal aspects of Systems Center software
COCOM restrictions
difficulties caused by the technical support in Frankfurt/Main et al.
price policy problems (which usually occur 1 year later than in USA)
announcements of the german Systems Center User Group

There is no intention to compete with L-VMCTR. Discussion language
should be German.

To subscribe, send request to [email protected] using the
following message text:

SUB SCUG-G your name

Owner: WGRIEGE@DGOGWDG1 (Wilfried Grieger)
Notebooks: Yes,Private,Monthly
Subscription: Open
Information files: of the User Group available


SEAC-L%[email protected]

This list is for members of local chapters of SEAC and students interested
in forming chapters of SEAC on their campuses. Topics include actions
taken by local chapters, coordination of national efforts, conferences, and
bulletins of scientific interest on enviromental topics.

To subscribe to SEAC-L, send the command:
SUB SEAC-L your_full_name
to LISTSERV@UGA e.g. SUB SEAC-L "William H. E. Day"
To have your name removed from the SEAC-L subscriber list, send:
SIGNOFF SEAC-L
Commands can be sent to LISTSERV@UGA either as interactive messages or in
e-mail (one command per line in the body of the e-mail message).
Subscription problems or questions may be directed to the List
Coordinator).

Coordinators: UNC SEAC
Paul Jones

[email protected]

This list is designed to provide a forum for discussion of the field of
security in general, be it electronic, physical, or computer-related.
Since the original idea was to name this list LOCKSMITHS, discussions about
physical security and hardware are welcomed, but to broaden out into
computer security and electronic access control and such is also fine. In
other words, any subject matter relating to the *improvement* and
*implementation* of security systems is okay, while how to *defeat* them is
not. Messages are moderated to keep things of questionable legality or
content from escaping out to the network.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

There is a BitNet sub-distribution list, SECURITY@UGA; BitNet subscribers
can join by sending the SUB command with your name. For example:
SEND LISTSERV@UGA SUB SECURITY Jon Doe
To be removed from the list:
SEND LISTSERV@UGA SIGNOFF
To make contributions to the list, BitNet subscribers should send mail to
the ARPANet list name, NOT to the BITNET list name.

Coordinator: *Hobbit*

Senior on ListServ@IndyCMS (BITNET/CREN) Senior health & living list
or [email protected] (Internet)

Senior is dedicated to the discussion of all issues relating to the
health and lives of senior citizens. It is intended to serve in part
as a networking tool to facilitate enhancement of senior health &
life by matching senior citizen needs with existing services.

Senior is open to all persons interested in the health and lives of
senior citizens, including health care providers, social service
providers, gerontologists, and others.

To subscribe to Senior send mail to [email protected] or
[email protected] with the body of the main containing:
SUB SENIOR yourfirstname yourlastname

List owner/coordinator: John B Harlan
IJBH200@IndyVAX (BITNET/CREN)
[email protected] (Internet)


SEISM-L%[email protected]

Seismological topics of general interest.

To subscribe send the following command to LISTSERV@BINGVMB (non-BitNet
users send mail to LISTSERV%[email protected])
SUBSCRIBE SEISM-L your_full_name
To unsubscribe, send
UNSUBSCRIBE SEISM-L

Coordinator: Jim Blake

[email protected]
[email protected]

Primarily intended for technical discussion about Serpent, the user
interface management system developed at the Software Engineering
Institute.

All requests to be added or deleted from this list, or problems with
the mechanics of the list, should be sent to:
[email protected]

coordinator: Erik Hardy



[email protected]

SF-LOVERS has discussed many topics, all of them related in some way
to the theme of science fiction or fantasy. The topics have ranged very
widely from rewritten stories, SF and fantasy books, SF movies, and SF
conventions to reviews of books, movies and television shows. The range of
topics is quite wide and anyone is welcome to submit material on these or
other topics of interest in this general area.

The digest has a very large number of readers, and trivial messages
are strongly discouraged due to the heavy load SF-LOVERS puts on the hosts
CPU and disk space. Messages to [email protected] are batched and
broadcast periodically.

The SF-LOVERS archives are available via anonymous ftp on
ELBERETH.RUTGERS.EDU, a unix machine running BSD 4.3. Each volume is
contained in its own file, with the contents ordered chronologically. The
first archive includes a number of messages from the early days before
digests and there is much of "historical" interest.

/u2/ftp/pub/sfl:
2128 sf-lovers.v1
1904 sf-lovers.v2
1856 sf-lovers.v3
1760 sf-lovers.v4
816 sf-lovers.v5
1744 sf-lovers.v6
592 sf-lovers.v7
1648 sf-lovers.v8
3600 sf-lovers.v9
7472 sf-lovers.v10
6752 sf-lovers.v11
4944 sf-lovers.v12a
4000 sf-lovers.v12b
6000 sf-lovers.v13
7568 sf-lovers.v14b
4352 sf-lovers.v15a
3456 sf-lovers.v15b

For those unfamiliar with unix, the number to the left of the file
name is the size of the file in kilobytes.
Volume 16 is the current volume. Old issues for the current volume
are also available from the archives in the files sf-lovers.xxxyy where
"xxx" is the month of publication and "yy" is the current year. BITNET
subscribers who currently do not have access to anonymous ftp may send
mail to [email protected] with ftp commands as text of the mail message.
Further instructions are available on request.

Also in the archives are some files that may be of interest including
episode guides for popular television shows. A partial list as of (May 1
1991) is:

Episode guides:
20 blakes7.guide
18 doctor-who.guide
18 galactica.guide
10 galactica80.guide
36 lost-in-space.guide
6 max-headroom.guide
28 new-twilight-zone.guide
22 outerlimits.guide
10 prisoner.guide
24 quantam-leap.guide
8 red-dwarf.guide
14 star-trek-animated.guide
58 star-trek-tng.guide
26 star-trek.guide
6 tomorrow-people.guide
70 twilight-zone.guide

Text Files:

48 cons.txt
24 down-in-flames.txt
86 hitch-hikers-guide-to-the-net.txt
20 hugos.txt
8 klingonaase.txt
6 nebulas.txt
4 saturn.txt
4 world-fantasy-awards.txt

For INTERNET subscribers, all requests to be added to or deleted from
this list should be sent to [email protected]. BITNET
subscribers may issue the following command:

TELL LISTSERV at RUTVM1 command SFLOVERS "name"

where "command" is either SUBSCRIBE or UNSUBSCRIBE as appropriate.
Problems and administrative questions should always be sent to
[email protected]. Submissions for the digest are to be sent
to [email protected] only. Unfortunately, due to the large volume of
mail that I receive every day, messages sent to the wrong address are
very likely to be unprocessed.

Saul Jaffe
Moderator SF-LOVERS Digest
[email protected]



[email protected]

South Florida Environmental Reader - ISSN 1044-3479

The South Florida Environmental Reader is primarily intended for people in
South Florida to keep abreast of local environmental issues. The
newsletter is published on a monthly basis, and distributed both in
electronic and paper formats.

To receive the electronic edition, send a message to
[email protected] or to [email protected].

Coordinator: A.E. Mossberg

SGANET%[email protected]
SGANET on LISTSERV@VTVM1

SGANet: An International Mailing Network for Student Government
Associations

SGANet, developed and implemented at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and
State University, is an international mailing network for Student
Government Associations, student representative councils, student
parliaments, etc. to use in discussing issues faced by such
organizations worldwide.

SGANet can be reached through InterNet, an international electronic mail
network which links universities and corporations throughout the world.
Internet is easy to use and in many cases free of cost. Our operating costs
for this network are minimal as should be yours.

SGANet is easy to use and will be the host of many interesting discussions
which will be of great interest to your organization. SGANet is open to any
student government association at any university worldwide.

SGANet is an automated mailing list located at Virginia Tech. Let's say,
for example, that a student government association from a university in
Australia wants to share some of the issues it is working on. They would
simply write their article and send it via mail to one of the
addresses above SGANet then receives their mail and sends copies of it
to every organization on the list. There is no limit to mail usage,
and any one on the list can submit an article for distribution. It's
that simple and it's very low in cost, in many cases FREE.

To become a member of SGANet:

Send the following message to LISTSERV%[email protected]:

subscribe SGANet (Your organization's full name)

{You will receive acknolwedgement and instructions upon receipt of
your subscription}

Send articles, comments, anecdotes, etc. to [email protected]
They will be automatically sent to everyone on the list. This allows
for really good interactive discussions.


[email protected]

Mailing list for those interested in the history, culture, artifacts, and
beliefs of the Shakers (The United Society of Believers). Discussions will
cover a broad range of subject matter including, but not limited to: social
analysis, history, shaker women's studies, antiques and furniture, and
organization.

BitNet users can subscribe by sending the following command via mail text
or interactive message to LISTSERV@UKCC:
SUBSCRIBE SHAKER your_full_name
For Example:
SUBSCRIBE SHAKER Jane Doe
Internet users can subscribe by sending the SUBSCRIBE command in the
text/body of a message to [email protected].

Coordinator: Marc A. Rhorer
{rutgers|uunet}!ukma!rhorer@ukcc (Usenet)

SHAKSPER on LISTSERV@UTORONTO International Shakespeare Conference

Since its initial announcement this past summer, the International
Electronic Shakespeare Conference, SHAKSPER, has grown steadily and
moved in new and exciting directions. I would like to take this
opportunity to describe some of the changes in SHAKSPER, and to
invite those who might have missed the initial announcement to join
us.
SHAKSPER is a scholarly BITNET seminar modelled on HUMANIST,
currently involving more than ninety Shakespearean researchers,
instructors, students, and interested amateurs from seven countries.
A number of national and international Shakespeare organizations have
expressed an interest in formal involvement, and a number of
traditional journals have announced it to their readership.

The SHAKSPER Fileserver offers conference papers and abstracts, an
Index to Scholarly Works in Progress, an International Directory of
Shakespeare Institutes, a Directory of Shakespearean Conferences and
Calls for Papers, biographies of conference members, and reference
files on a wide variety of subjects. Members of a number of seminars
at the upcoming SAA Conference in Vancouver will find their
colleagues ready to share papers, comments, and strategies in
advance. SHAKSPEReans also gain indirect access to the SHAKSPER
Quarto/Folio Textbase, a 17-megabyte textbase of all 55 authoritative
quarto and folio texts of the 38 plays.

The daily SHAKSPER digests offer an opportunity for informal
discussion, eavesdropping, peer review, and a fresh sense of
worldwide community. Conference announcements, Shakespeare
Association bulletins, member notes and queries, book and theatre
reviews, textual debate, discussion of lecture strategies -- SHAKSPER
has already logged all this and much more.

No academic qualifications are required for membership in SHAKSPER,
and anyone interested in English Literature, the Renaissance, or
Drama is welcome to join us. Write to the editor, Ken Steele
, or send the command
SUB SHAKSPER firstname lastname
to LISTSERV@UTORONTO in the body of mail or via an interactive
message such as
TELL LISTSERV AT UTORONTO SUB SHAKSPER firstname lastname
and you will receive a more detailed information file with further
instructions for becoming a SHAKSPERean. (SHAKSPER is not open to
automatic subscription, but no one is refused.)

Editor: Ken Steele

(Please consider forwarding this announcement to
colleagues who might be interested, whether or not they
are currently using Bitnet, or posting a paper copy in
your English or Drama department.)



SHOGI-L%[email protected]
SHOGI-L on LISTSERV@TECHNION



SHOGI-L, the Shogi Discussion List, is a new mailing list started on
May 6, 1990 about the strategic board game of Shogi. The list is intended
to serve as a discussion point for Shogi-related topics and as a source of
information about Shogi tactics and Shogi events. It also offers to Shogi
players the possibility to engage in e-mail games in a friendly ladder
competition.

Shogi is much like 'western' chess, but has some very interesting
differences. One is that almost all pieces can promote to stronger
pieces once they reach the opposite side of the board. The second very
important difference is that when a piece is captured, it becomes a
piece for the capturing side, and can be dropped back onto the board !
This makes for a very exciting game, with an extremely low percentage
of draws. Many strong Chess players, such as International Master
Larry Kaufman in the US (who is the strongest non-Japanese player
outside Japan), have found Shogi to be a great game to play.

Although played by millions in Japan, so far it isn't well known outside
Japan. But surely, there are some net-people out there who would
like to play or get to know more about it. For Apple Macintosh owners
we also have a Hypercard Shogi Stack available, which contains
valuable information for every Shogi novice. We would also like to get
source or executable code for a program that plays Shogi.

How to subscribe:


Anyone who has direct access to Bitnet can sign on to the list by
sending a mail (preferrably), a file or an interactive message to
either

LISTSERV AT TECHNION (IBMs) or

LISTSERV@TECHNION (VAXen).

All you have to do to SUBscribe is place the following command into
the body of the mail or file or message:

SUB SHOGI-L

where can be any name by which you want to be known to
the list. Quotes around your personal name are not necessary.
From the Internet, send mail to LISTSERV%[email protected]
with the same text as the body of the message.


List owners: Chris Sterritt [email protected]
Pieter Stouten [email protected]
Al Hartshorn [email protected]


SIMULA%[email protected]

A forum for people interested in SIMULA, a language for object-oriented
programming and simulation; a member of the ALGOL family. Topics may range
from hints on programming techniques to information about available
software (both compilers and programs), questions and answers in general,
etc. In short, anything that has to do with SIMULA. This group is not
restricted to any specific implementation of SIMULA; the exchange of
information between users of different implementations is encouraged.

This list is handled by LISTSERV. To add or remove yourself from the list,
send a message to LISTSERV%[email protected]. The sender of
the message you send must be the name you want to add or remove from the
list. The text of the message should be:
SUBSCRIBE SIMULA
or
SIGNOFF SIMULA
Depending on whether you want to add or remove yourself from the list.

Coordinator: Mats Ohlin

[email protected]
comp.simulation (UseNet newsgroup)

All topics connected with simulation are welcome; some sample topics are:

Real time simulation methods
Flight simulation
Parallel architectures for simulation analysis and modeling
Simulation and training
Distributed simulation
Artificial intelligence and simulation
Automatic generation and analysis of models
Analog vs. digital methods, hybrids
Continuous, discrete, and combined methods
Qualitative modeling
Application specific questions
Theory of simulation and systems
Queries and comments about available simulation software
Announcements of simulation-related talks and seminars
Graphics and image processing in simulation

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Moderator: Paul Fishwick


[email protected]
[email protected]

Mailing list to allow users of the Rochester Connectionist Simulator to
talk to one another.

Please send BUG REPORTS to [email protected]. We are
interested in fixing bugs, but can't make any promises! Please make your
bug reports as specific as possible.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Liudvikas Bukys


[email protected]
SINFONIA on LISTSERV@ASUACAD

SINFONIA, a ListServ list for Brothers of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, is
now up and running. ALL brothers are encouraged to subscribe --
students, faculty, everyone--even if you're not currently affiliated
with a chapter.

The list will be moderated and digested (weekly or so) at least in
the beginning. Discussions will range from matters pertinent to the
Fraternity to most any musical subject people are interested in.

To subscribe, send a piece of mail or an interactive message to
LISTSERV@ASUACAD (BITNet) or [email protected] (Internet)
saying:

sub sinfonia


Coordinator: Ben Goren
Bitnet: AUBXG AT ASUACAD Internet: [email protected]


[email protected] Siouxsie & The Banshees

This is an unmoderated mailing list for the discussion of Siouxsie &
The Banshees and its offshoots. To subscribe, send mail to:

[email protected]

To send mail to the list, the address is:

[email protected]

The list administrator may be reached at the '-request' address
above, or failing that:

[email protected] - or -
[email protected]


SKEPTIC%[email protected]

Skeptic discussion list for the critical and _rigourous_ exchange of
information regarding claims of the paranormal. All topics are welcome,
and no one will be refused subscribership due to inclination with respect
to these claims. Topics can include, but are not limited to:

Creationism Bermuda Triangle
Ancient Astronauts(?) Parapsychological Concerns e.g. Psi, ESP,
Trance Channeling remote viewing,
UFOs telekinesis,
Philosophical Ramifications of these claims spoon bending,
astrology

The moderator will try to promote inquiry based on the best evidence
avaiable whether this evidence be scientific, anecdotal, or otherwise; I
wish to be as critical as possible, for if these 'phenomena' are actual, we
want to have the best possible understanding of them to continue the
investigations. In addition, the list will provide space for the exchange
of papers on these subjects for the consideration of those who are
interested and those who might be qualified to provide expert critique.

To subscribe to this list issue the command:
TELL LISTSERV AT YORKVM1 SUB SKEPTIC your_full_name
or on VMS systems:
SEND LISTSERV@YORKVM1 SUB SKEPTIC your_full_name

Non-Bitnet users can send mail to LISTSERV%[email protected]
with an empty Subject: and messagebody:
SUB SKEPTIC your full name

Moderator: Norman R. Gall



SLART-L%[email protected]

SLART-L is a network for those involved in or interested in second or
foreign language acquisition research and/or teaching (SLART). This list
is intended as a means of forming a "community of scholars" in SLA.
Individuals may choose to discuss research in progress, "publish" papers
for feedback, solicit advice on teaching methods, etc. Anyone interested
in issues in second or foreign language acquisition is encouraged to join.

Coordinator: Joyce Neu

SLOVAK-L%[email protected]

Mailing list for discussion of Slovak culture, etc.

BitNet users may subscribe by sending the following command to
LISTSERV@UBVM via interactive message or e-mail:
SUB SLOVAK-L Your full name
where "Your full name" is your real name, not your login Id.
Non-BitNet users can join by sending the above command as the only line in
the text/body of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Jan George Frajkor

[email protected]

Distribution list to exchange information about the care and feeding, use
and abuse, problems and pitfalls, wonders and crocks of the Symbolics Lisp
machines. There is also a national users group SLUG, Inc. that is loosely
related to, but distinct from, this mailing list. Joining one or the other
does not automatically mean you are in both groups.

Mail archives are stored on host KL.SRI.COM; some relevant files are:
STRIPE:SLUG.TXT ;the archives
SLUG.* ; more archives
SLUG-INC.INFO ;Info about SLUG, Inc.
There are other miscellaneous LISPM and SLUG related files in the
directory. KL.SRI.COM supports TCP FTP with anonymous login. If anyone
else has on-line notes, tips, or tidbits, we will be glad to add them to
the store.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Mabry Tyson

SMS-SNUG on [email protected]
or [email protected]

Shared Medical Systems (SMS) National User Group (SNUG) Conference

SMS-SNUG is an electronic conference designed to foster
communication concerning technical, operational, and business
issues involved in the use of the SMS Inc. products.

Please share your constructive solutions to problems, unresolved
'opportunities,' and thoughts about institutional needs within
the product family.

While intended as a forum for SMS users, Shared Medical staff
participation is welcomed and solicited.

Subscription is open to anyone interested.

You may subscribe to SMS-SNUG by sending a subscribe command by
interactive message or by e-mail. To subscribe by interactive
message, send the command:
SUB SMS-SNUG YourFirstname YourLastname
to [email protected].
or to [email protected]. For example:

IBM VM CMS users would enter
tell listserv at uncvm1 sub SMS-SNUG YourFirstname YourLastname
VAX VMS users would enter
send listserv@uncvm1 sub SMS-SNUG YourFirstname YourLastname

You may also subscribe by sending an e-mail message to
[email protected] or if your account is on the internet send to
[email protected], with the following command as the text
of the message.

SUB SMS-SNUG YourFirstname YourLastname

This, the 'SUB ...,' must be part of the message; the subject
line is ignored.

Additional information in the form of a list of commands for the
list server can be obtained by sending the message HELP to the
list server (LISTSERV@uncvm1 etc) NOT to the list (SMS-SNUG@uncvm1
etc).

More detailed information is available by sending an information
request message to the list server. Use one of the following
formats:

INFO ? for a list of topics
INFO topic where "topic" is one of the following:
GENintro REFcard NEWs KEYwords

Remember two simple rules-of-thumb:

If it's a command (SUBscribe, Help, Info, UNSUBscribe, etc),
send it to the list server (LISTSERV@uncvm1...).

If it's a message for general distribution to the members of the
list, send it to the list (SMS-SNUG@uncvm1...).

The list is supported by the University of North Carolina
Office of Information Technology. Our thanks to their management
and staff for permission to use their VM system for the list and
for assistance in setting it up.
The list is sponsored by the University of North Carolina Hospitals
Information Systems Division.

Questions may be directed to Lyman Ripperton or J.P. Kichak.

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SOC-CULTURE-GREEK

This mailing list relays the soc.culture.greek newsgroup (discussion of
Greek society and culture) to/from a group of subscribers, that have NO
USENET ACCESS (people overseas, on bitnet, on decnet,etc.). Articles are
collected and sent daily in a single mail message; the headers of that
message show how to subscribe and how to post something.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Manolis Tsangaris
..!uunet!cs.wisc.edu!mt (UUCP)

[email protected]

Soft-Eng is a list for discussion of software engineering and related
topics, covering such areas as:

Requirements Specification Design
Testing Maintenance Enhancement
Languages Methodologies Tools
Verification Validation Reliability
Debugging Testing Testing Tools
Error handling Recovery Programming Environments
Modelling Documentation Extensibility
Practices Standards Protection mechanisms
Portability Complexity Performance
Software science Management Cost estimation
Productivity Rapid prototyping Reusable software
Professional ethics Configuration mgmt. Quality assurance
Staffing Systems analysis Training & education
Human factors Software: legal issues Real-time systems
Hardware/software tradeoffs Software fault-tolerance

Any and all contributions are welcome (e.g. questions, ideas, "war
stories", proposals, humor, abstracts, conference reports, bibliographies,
problems, reviews, tutorials, solutions, planned or completed projects).
The list is digested.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Moderator: Alok C. Nigam

[email protected]

In cooperation with UVM's Academic Computing Services, I would like to
announce the creation of a mailing list for the discussion of software
patents and related issues.

The mailing list is called [email protected]; this list is run by
a list server, so to subscribe, send the text "sub softpats your-name"
in thr BODY of a message to [email protected].

This mailing list is, for the time being, NOT moderated. Expected
topics include legality and desirability of software patents,
announcements of new patents granted, and actions taken by various
groups for and against the patenting of software. In order to keep
noise to a minimum, discussion of look-and-feel issues will NOT be
considered acceptable; gnu.misc.discuss is probably a more appropriate
vehicle.

-GAWollman

--
Garrett A. Wollman - [email protected]

Disclaimer: I'm not even sure this represents *my* opinion, never
mind UVM's, EMBA's, EMBA-CF's, or indeed anyone else's.


SovNet-L%[email protected]
SovNet-L on ListServ@IndyCMS

SovNet-L (USSR electronic communication list) is a public
discussion and distribution list dedicated to the dissemination and
exchange of non-classified information regarding electronic
communication to, from and within the Union of Soviet Socialist
Republics and its constituent republics. It is intended to treat
all forms of electronic communication and to include the Soviet
electronic mail discussions begun on RusTeX-L.

SovNet-L is presently unedited and unmoderated.

List owner/coordinator: JBHarlan@IUBACS (John B Harlan)

To subscribe, send request to: [email protected]
(Internet users send to LISTSERV%[email protected])

Using the following message text: Sub SovNet-L Your_full_name


[email protected]

Discussions (daily digest) on space-related topics.

Archives are not available by ANONYMOUS FTP. Requests for back issues
should be directed to [email protected].

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

There is a BitNet sub-distribution list, SPACE@UGA; BitNet subscribers can
join by sending the SUB command with your name.
For example, SEND LISTSERV@UGA SUB SPACE Jon Doe
To be removed from the list, SEND LISTSERV@UGA SIGNOFF.
To make contributions to the list, BitNet subscribers should send mail to
the ARPANet list name, NOT to the BITNET list name.

Coordinator: Owen T. (Ted) Anderson

SPACE-IL

A Bitnet newsletter on space technologies in Israel.

To subscribe, send a message to LISTSERV%[email protected]
with the body of the letter containing the command:
SUB SPACE-IL Your_Full_Name
where Your_Full_Name; is your title, first name and last name.

Coordinator: Joseph van Zwaren de Zwarenstein


[email protected]


This list is for information relevant to investing in space
related companies. Reasonable topics include:

* Results of tests of new space related products

* New product announcements

* Contracts won or lost by space related companies

* Sudden stock price swings

* Space related startups needing venture capital or going public

In general any space related investment opportunities or any events
affecting these potential investments are fair game.

To get on this list send mail to:
[email protected]

Coordinator: Vince Cate [email protected]



SPORTPSY%[email protected]

Mailing list/bulletin board for exercise and sport psychology.

To subscribe send the command:
SUB SPORTPSY firstname lastname
in the TEXT of a message or MAIL to [email protected].
Non-BitNet users can send the above command to
LISTSERV%[email protected] in the text/body of a message.

Coordinator: Michael Sachs

SPRINT-L%[email protected]

Unmoderated mailing list intended to serve as a support group for users of
Borland's Sprint word processor and a forum for discussion of problems,
solutions, editor macros, configuration, formats, and related whatnot.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to the Coordinator.

Coordinator: David Dodell

SQLINFO%[email protected]

Mailing list for discussions about SQL/DS and general database topics.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to INFO%[email protected].

Coordinator: Glori A. Chadwick
Peter Asick

[email protected]

This is a closed list for the Special Resource Committee on
Medical School Libraries in Canada.

To subscribe to this list send a mail/note message to
FITZ@MCMASTER (on BITNET) requesting a subscription to list
SRCMSL-L giving your full name and title.


SRVREQ-L on [email protected] Server-Requester Discussion List

A new list has been created to host discussions regarding LAN servers
and requesters (workstations), including though not limited to, OS/2
LAN Server, OS/2 LAN Requester, DOS LAN Requester, PC LAN Program,
Novell Netware. The initial intent for this list is to provide a
forum for discussions related to network programming, installation
and configuration of various servers, requesters, and related
programs and the underlying protocols-- LAN Support Program, NETBIOS,
IPX/SPX, etc..

To subscribe, send the following to LISTSERV AT INDYCMS

SUBSCRIBE SRVREQ-L yourfirstname yourlastname

Owner:
Manjit Trehan



Stagecraft%[email protected]

Mailing list is for the discussion of all aspects of stage work, including
(but not limited to) special effects, sound effects, sound reinforcement,
stage management, set design and building, lighting design, company
management, hall management, hall design, and show production. This is not
a forum for the discussion of various stage productions (unless the
discussion pertains to the stagecraft of a production), acting or directing
methods (unless you know of ways to get actors to stand in the right
spots), film or video production (unless the techniques can be used on the
stage). The list will not be moderated unless problems crop up.

Archives will be kept of the discussion (send mail to stagecraft-request
for copies).

Requests to be added, problems, questions, etc., should be sent to
stagecraft-request%[email protected].

Coordinator: Brad Davis

STAMPS

Weekly digest of discussions concerning philatelic matters of all kinds,
new issues announcements, and news items.

Moderator: Geert K. Marien

STARGAME on [email protected]

This mailing list is for the Star Trek Role playing game by FASA.
There are two main purposes for this list. 1) To discuss the Star
Trek Role-playing game and the enhancements that FASA puts out for it
2) to play a game of Star Trek : The Role-playing game.

Some of the topics that could be discussed (besides the playing of
the game) could include reviews of new products by FASA, distributing
new Starships and different ways to build them, "linking together"
the original and the next generation and trying to fill in the
history in between the two and lots of other things.

This mailing list is NOT for discussing the Star Trek TV series or
movies or talking about rumors and stuff except where they pertain to
the Role-playing game.

To subscribe, send the command SUB STARGAME to
[email protected]

Logs are kepts and you can obtain an index to them by using the command
INDEX STARGAME.

Owner : [email protected] (Brian Hartsfield)


STAT-L%[email protected]

An open discussion group dealing with statistical consulting at university
computing centres.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to one of the Coordinators.

Coordinators: Michael Walsh
[email protected] (BitNet)
Sander Wasser
[email protected] (BitNet)

STATLG-L%[email protected]

The Neon-Sign Baseball Statistics League is a BITNET rotisserie league for
the ultimate baseball fans. The Neon Sign Stat League (NSSL) is a
head-to-head rotisserie league which pits fan against fan in the goal of
assembling the best baseball team from among ML players. Weekly
performance is determined based upon player performance and wins-losses are
determined by comparing two teams which 'play' each other each week. Two
or three NSSL seasons are played during each ML season. Choosing lineups
and trading players requires strategy and a lot of luck. Users interested
in Rotisserie League Baseball are invited to subscribe.

To subscribe to the list send mail (or message) to LISTSERV@SBCCVM with a
text of:
SUB STATLG-L firstname lastname
(in body of mail). For example:
SUB STATLG-L Joe Doe
Non-BitNet users can subscribe by sending the SUB command in the text body
of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Kristofer Munn,
Commissioner of the NSSL,
Owner of the Terrace Thunderbirds

[email protected]

List for the discussion of UNIX standards, particularly the IEEE P1003
Portable Operating System Enviroment draft standard. The list is
moderated, and corresponds to the newsgroup mod.std.unix on USENET.

Archives may be retrieved from UUNET.UU.NET by anonymous FTP (login
anonymous, password guest). The current volume is ~ftp/pub/mod.std.unix,
and previous volumes start with ~ftp/pub/mod.std.unix.v1.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Moderator: John Quarterman


STKACS-L%[email protected]

Mailing list for discussion of Storage Technology's ACS 4400 system. The
ACS 4400 is an automated tape cartridge loading system; the robot in the
ACS Library replaces humans for mounting and dismounting tapes in 3480 tape
drives. USC runs a single ACS 4400 module shared between USCMVSA and
USCVM, and did the beta software work to interface StorTek's robot with
Systems Center's VMTAPE software product.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to the Coordinator.

Coordinator: Karl P. Geiger

STLHE-L%[email protected]

The Society of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STHLE), Canada,
has established an Electronic Mail Forum on the the NETNORTH/BITNET system.
The purpose of this Forum is to exchange ideas, views and experiences of
importance to STLHE members and others who are interested in the subject of
teaching and learning in higher education. The Forum will also post STLHE
announcements and news. A periodical summary of the issues discussed in
the Forum will be published in the STLHE Newsletter for the benefit of
those who do not have access to the electronic mail service.

To subscribe, send the following one-line message to [email protected]:
SUB STLHE-L Your Full Name
or send a message to the Coordinator.

Coordinator: Esam Hussein

[email protected]
STORM-L%[email protected]

Please see the entry for WX-TALK, STORM-L's new name.


[email protected]

Purpose: For general discussion and news concerning the music of
Roy Harper, a folk-rock musician with a conscience.
Recommendations and news concerning similar artists are
encouraged. The list is set up as a mail reflector.

To join, send mail to:
[email protected]

To submit, send mail to:
[email protected]

NB: Some internet sites may have to route mail through the UK
internet gateway, "nsfnet-relay.ac.uk".

STREK-L on LISTSERV@HEARN Star Trek Discussion list
STREK-L is a list for the discussion of the many aspects of Star
Trek, ranging from discussions about the movies, series, and
books; discussions about the characters and/or actors;
discussions about Star Trek fan clubs; to anything else dealing
with Star Trek. This list is open to anyone with an interest in
Star Trek.
To subscribe, send the following command to LISTSERV@HEARN via
mail or interactive message: ========

SUB STREK-L your_full_name

where "your_full_name" is your name. For example:

SUB STREK-L Anthony Giegler

Owner: Anthony Giegler
Owner: Iris Jefferson

[email protected]

The structure-editors list was set up as a result of the Workshop on
Structure Editors that preceeded CHI'90. The initial list consists of
the attendees, but the list is open to all interested in structure
editors and the associated technology.

Submission address: [email protected]

Request address: [email protected]

Moderator: Ravinder (Rob) Chandhok. [email protected]




STUTT-L%TEMPLEVM.BITNET@VM!.NODAK.EDU

Mailing list to facilitate the exchange of information among researchers
and clinicians working on the problem of stuttering. Researchers are
encouraged to submit descriptions of current projects (purpose, procedures,
results if any, current status) and to raise questions that may be of
interest to other researchers. Clinicians are encouraged to describe
unusual, interesting, or provocative cases and to ask for consultation on
particularly difficult cases. Individuals who stutter may also want to get
information about therapy, recent research results, etc.

BitNet users may subscribe by sending the following command by interactive
message or e-mail to LISTSERV@TEMPLEVM:
SUBSCRIBE STUTT-L Your_full_name
Where "Your_full_name" is your real name, not your login Id.
Non-BitNet users can join by sending the above command in the text/body of
a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Woody Starkweather

SUEARN-L on LISTSERV@UBVM (aka [email protected])

The SUEARN-L consists of news items, articles, and how-to questions
about the ongoing work on connecting the U.S.S.R. to international
computer networks (the internet) contributed by its readers,
cross-posted from other mailing lists, and retyped (usually without
permission) from the "real" press.

Topics often discussed include directions on reaching Soviet sites by
e-mail, discussions of how modems and other equipment work over
Soviet phone lines, technology export restrictions, and prospects for
connecting more sites to the net.

Submissions for the digest should be mailed to
[email protected]. They will be automatically forwarded
by the LISTSERV to the editor, who puts together the digest and mails
one out every week or so. Questions of the type "Is Soviet site S
reachable by e-mail?" may be answered by private e-mail if the editor
knows the answer.

The digest is distributed by a LISTSERV mailing list. As with other
such lists, one subscribes by sending a NJE interactive message or
mail saying in its body

SUB SUEARN-L Your name

to [email protected] (or any other LISTSERV). If you try
this and fail, ask one of the list owners to help you with your
subscription. Many sites channel SUEARN-L digests into NOTES, NEWS,
RN, or similar systems that let many users read a single copy of the
digest. If you're at such a site, you can save some network
bandwidth by reading such a "public" copy, instead of having your
personal copy e-mailed to you.

List Editor/Owner: Mike Meystel [email protected]
List Owner: Dimitri Vulis [email protected]


Additional Information:

Like most good things on Internet, SUEARN-L free, unless you use a
commercial e-mail system, gatewayed to Internet, that charges you for
incoming mail. The digest is sent out about once a week, and is
typically several hundred lines long.

Please note that the Baltic states aren't considered to be part of
USSR by the editors of this digest, and the discussion of e-mail
connection to these countires should be sent to BALT-L, not to
SUEARN-L; but the discussion of computer network situation in
Eastern and Central Europe as a whole (including, but not limited to
the USSR) have been posted in the past.

HISTORY: SUEARN-L was split off RusTeX-L in the summer of 1990.
(RusTeX-L dealt originally with both quietions of Cyrillic (Russian
and other) text processing and Soviet e-mail (the people interested
in one are usually interested in the other)). By that time, RusTeX-L
traffic dealing with e-mail increased sufficiently to annoy those
RusTeX-L readers not interested in the technical aspects of
exchanging e-mail with the USSR, so SUEARN-L was born (leaving
RusTeX-L for Cyrillic text processing discussions only), and reached
its present form (a moderated weekly digest) after months of trial
and error.


[email protected]

Mailing list to discuss issues specific to the Sun 386i system.

An archive of previous digests is available by anonymous FTP to
MGH-COFFEE.HARVARD.EDU (128.103.80.123). More details concerning this
archive and possible future archive services to BitNet and UUCP sites will
be announced in upcoming Sun-386i digests.

Requests to be added to or deleted from the list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Moderator: Mike Cherry

[email protected]

Newsgroup to discuss software and hardware issues relating to the Sun
Workstation. This is an edited list, sent out about once a week.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should go to [email protected].

Moderator: Robert Greene ([email protected])

SUP-COND

A Bitnet newsletter on superconductivity in Israel.

To subscribe, send a message to LISTSERV%[email protected]
with the body of the letter containing the command:
SUB SUP-COND Your_Full_Name
where Your_Full_Name; is your title, first name and last name.

Coordinator: Joseph van Zwaren de Zwarenstein


Symbolic Math

Mailing list covering symbolic math algorithms, applications and problems
relating to the various symbolic math languages. It is primarily the
USENET newsgroup sci.math.symbolic; items are forwarded to ARPANET, BITNET
and CSNET from randvax.

Mail to be forwarded to the list should be sent to
leff%[email protected] (ARPANET/MilNet) or sci.math.symbolic (USENET).
Requests to be included on the list should be sent to
leff%[email protected].

Coordinator: Laurence Leff

SYS7-L on LISTSERV@UAFSYSB MacIntosh Operating System Version 7
or [email protected]

SYS7-L is a new list dedicated to the discussion of issues related to
the installation, configuration, features and product compatibilities
of the Macintosh Operating System version 7.0. Full discussion of
all topics related to this subject are appropriate for the list,
which will be unmoderated unless moderation becomes necessary to
reduce the traffic to a reasonable level. To receive a list of files
send the command INDEX LISTNAME to LISTSERV@UAFSYSB.

To subscribe to SYS7-L, send the following command to
LISTSERV@UAFSYSB via mail text or interactive message:

SUBSCRIBE SYS7-L Your_full_name
For example: SUBSCRIBE SYS7-L Joe Shmoe

Owner: David Remington
or


[email protected]

Purpose: Tadream is a forum for discussions about Tangerine Dream
and related artists. The discussions are not moderated, but
discussions should have some small relation to Tangerine Dream
(solo works and instrumentation discussions are welcome). The list
is set up both as a mail relay and a daily digest. (alternate
mail-paths: ....uwm!uwpvacs!tadream-request,
[email protected])

To join, contact: [email protected]

TAG-L on LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 -Talented and Gifted Education Discussion List

The TAG-L list is a forum for discussion about Talented and Gifted
Education: programs, resources, research, etc. It is hoped that
an open and free exchange of ideas will develop from this group.

To subscribe to TAG-L, send the following command to LISTSERV@NDSUVM1
via mail text or interactive message:

SUBSCRIBE TAG-L your-full-name

where "your_full_name" is your name. For example:

SUBSCRIBE TAG-L Bob Smith

Owner: Jolene Richardson
Internet: [email protected]


[email protected]

The NIC has taken over the responsibility for the periodic update of the
TCP-IP implementations (the latest update can be obtained via FTP by
ANONYMOUS login from SRI-NIC file NETINFO:VENDORS-GUIDE.DOC). We are
particularly interested in the addition and expansion of TCP services. In
addition to this function, it is hoped that this distribution list can aid
in the following areas:

To act as an on-line exchange among TCP developers and maintainers.

To announce new and expanded services in a timely manner.

Archives are kept on SRI-NIC in files:
TS:TCP-IP.*
where the "*" is a wild-card character.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected]. Please do \not/ send
such requests to [email protected], as this address is self forwarding to
the entire list membership.

Coordinator: Vivian Neou
(415) 859-4781

[email protected]

Mailing-list for those interested in discussing issues relating to TCP/IP
<-> ISDN Interoperation. Topics of discussion could include
header-compression, administration, protocols, evolving technology,

applications and so forth. The reference system I have in mind is some
kind of small computer (possibly connected to a small LAN) with an ISDN
interface on it that it uses to talk to a gateway to the Internet -- the
issues involved vary somewhat depending on what kind of system one has in
mind.

For example, a Mac with an ISDN link to a mainframe would never be routing
packets from other machines, so source-IP address becomes superfluous
per-packet information. Appropriate error detection/ correction techniques
for expected ISDN performance problems are another interesting area to
explore.

I would encourage anyone interested in being part of the list to send
requests to [email protected].

Coordinator: Johnny Zweig

TCPLUS-L%[email protected]
TCPLUS-L on LISTSERV@UCF1VM

TCPLUS-L is a new list intended for discussion of the Borland product
Turbo C++. To join the list, please send the following command to
LISTSERV@UCF1VM (Internet users send mail only, to
LISTSERV%[email protected])either via an interactive
message or as the body of a piece of mail:

SUBSCRIBE TCPLUS-L

Please substitute in your own first and last names for and
.

For information on the content of the list and other non-technical matters,
please contact Don Cross at CROSS@UCF1VM. For technical help or assistance
in joining the list, please contact Lois Buwalda at LOIS@UCF1VM.


[email protected] TeX Publication Distribution List

A new distribution list for TeX-related electronic form periodicals
-- TeX-Pubs -- is being made available in addition to INFO-TeX for
your convenience. Initially, the distribution will include TeXhax
Digest, UKTeX, and TeXMaG.

The intent of TeX-Pubs is to allow users a single site for delivery
of electronic form periodicals, such as TeXhax, UKTeX, and TeXMaG, as
well as any others which may be brought to my attention (possibly
also including the periodic "frequently asked questions" posts from
USENET's comp.text.tex). This list is offerred in lieu of directly
posting these documents to INFO-TeX. The decision to create a
support list is in an effort to provide this information to
interested readers, but not replicate it for those who wish to retain
their current subscription(s) and not be bothered by extraneous
material on INFO-TeX.

There will be no direct archives for TeX-Pubs. Instead, each of the
included periodicals will have its own directory available for
retrieval at [email protected].

If you would like to subscribe to TeX-Pubs, please MAIL the command:
SUBSCRIBE TeX-Pubs ====
in the body of a message to [email protected]. This LISTSERV is
MAIL-oriented only; interactive messages sent to
[email protected] will be ignored.

Any questions regarding TeX-Pubs or INFO-TeX should be directed to
their owner:

George D. Greenwade, Ph.D. Bitnet: BED_GDG@SHSU
Department of Economics and Business Analysis THEnet: SHSU::BED_GDG
P. O. Box 2118 Voice: (409) 294-1266
Sam Houston State University FAX: (409) 294-3612
Huntsville, TX 77341 Internet: bed_gdg%[email protected]


TECHNICAL REPORTS REDISTRIBUTION
E1AR0002%[email protected] (Internet sites > 10K bytes)
*** [email protected] (Internet sites < 10K bytes)
E1AR0002 @ SMUVM1 (BITNET)
ihnp4!convex!smu!trlist (UUCP)

Redistribution of lists of technical reports from Universities and R&D
labs. All technical report lists to be redistributed should include
information on ordering the technical reports themselves. We prefer bib or
refer format but we would rather a weird format than no list at all.


Administrative matters go to E1AR0002 @ SMUVM1 (BitNet),
[email protected]
or ihnp4!convex!smu!trlist (UUCP)

Coordinator: E1AR0002%[email protected]

[email protected]

The Technology Applications group of the Software Engineering Institute is
pleased to announce the creation of a new electronic mailing list:
technology-transfer-list. This mailing list, focused on technology
transfer and related topics, is intended to foster discussion among
researchers and practitioners from government and industry who are
working on technology transfer and innovation.

Relevant topics include:

-- organizational issues (structural and behavioral)

-- techno-economic issues

-- business and legal issues, such as patents, licensing, copyright, and
commercialization

-- technology transfer policy

-- technology maturation to support technology transition

-- lessons learned

-- domestic and international technology transfer

-- transition of technology from R&D to practice

-- planning for technology transition

-- models of technology transfer

-- studies regarding any of these topics

The technology-transfer-list is currently not moderated, but may be
moderated or digested in the future if the volume of submissions warrants.
The electronic mail address for submissions is:

[email protected]

To request to be added to or dropped from the list, please send mail to:

[email protected]

Please include the words "ADD" or "REMOVE" in your subject line.

Other administrative matters or questions should also be addressed to:

[email protected]


[email protected]
[email protected] (backup address if EECS lets you down)
[email protected] (another backup address)
[email protected] (BitNet)
Telecom Digest 129/87 (for use from Fido sites; telecom 129/87 also works)
155296378 (ans:ptown) (Telex; slower, but eventually forwards to EECS)

A broad spectrum moderated-digest-format discussion on telecommunictions
technology: the telephone system, modems, and other more technical aspects
of telecommunications systems. This digest was spun off from HUMAN-NETS.

The Archives are stored on host LCS.MIT.EDU; the usual FTP rules apply:
'ftp lcs.mit.edu'
login 'anonymous'; give your name and site as password;
i.e. '[email protected]'
'cd telecom-archives'
'dir' to see the selections
'get (your selections)'
'bye'

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Moderator: Patrick Townson

TELECOM DIGEST c/o Townson
Box 1570, Chicago, IL 60690


[email protected]

An unmoderated list discussing caller id and like subjects; to
join, send mail to [email protected]. To submit
send mail to the above address.


[email protected]

TeXHAX is for people interested in TeX and Metafont installation and
maintanance; it is brought to you as a service of the TeX Users Group in
cooperation with the UnixTeX distribution service at the University of
Washington. Notices of new versions/bug fixes are sent to this list, and
discussion of various CPUs and printers that people are interested in using
with TeX is encouraged.

Archives are kept on host JUNE.CS.WASHINGTON.EDU in file:
~ftp/TeXhax

BitNet users can subscribe, unsubscribe, and send address changes by
sending a one-line message to [email protected]
SUBSCRIBE TEXHAX
to subscribe or
UNSUBSCRIBE TEXHAX your_full_name
to unsubscribe.

All others should send a similar one line mail message to
[email protected].

Coordinators: Tiina Modisett
Pierre MacKay

TeXMaG

TeXMaG is an electronic magazine published by the Harvey Mudd College
Mathematics Department available free of charge to all interested parties
reachable by electronic mail. It is published monthly, on the last weekend
of each month, except when conditions prevent publication. Article
submissions, contributions for the Toolbox, letters to the editor and
back-issue requests should be sent to
.

BitNet subscription requests should be sent to or
send the following interactive message to LISTSERV@BYUADMIN:
SUBSCRIBE TEXMAG-L Your_Full_Name
European users may send the SUBSCRIBE command to LISTSERV@DEARN. On JANET
requests should be sent to , users on CDNnet
should send subscription requests to ,and others
should send mail to .

Editor: Don Hosek

THEOLOGY

Mailing list dedicated to the intellectual discussion of religion.
Intellectual is stressed as opposed to the "personal", the inspirational,
or evangelistic. This does not mean one cannot evangelize, but rather that
participants should persuade rather than brow-beat or attack those they
disagree with. Arguments are inevitable, but they ultimately should
resolve into mutual understanding or at least a truce.

What are the fit subjects? - the Cosmos is the limit; some might be:

World Religions - Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism
especially inter-religious dialogue.

Apologetics - How should a religious perspective operate in relation to
critical questioning? For example, can you prove God exists if evil
also does?

Conversion - By what means or methods should one faith seek to increase
its members? Or is this out-of-bounds in a pluralistic society?

Dogma - What are the basic tenets of a world religion? Are they
coherent? Should they be? What do they derive from, revelation or
something else?

Ethics - Should religious beliefs and values seek to get involved in
politics? Should an individual religious person seek to promote their
morals apart from their own religious communities?

To subscribe to this discussion you must first introduce yourself to
UMNEWS. This is done by sending the command:
TELL UMNEWS AT MAINE SENDME UMBB HELPNET
This may also be sent in the form of mail to UMNEWS@MAINE or for non-BitNet
users, UMNEWS%[email protected]. The system will respond by
sending you a file containing instructions to the B?BOARD system. It's a
good idea to print it out so that you can refer to it occasionally; there
are some idiosyncracies that are different from LISTSERV's.

After sending the SENDME UMBB HELPNET command, send the following command
to subscribe:
TELL BBOARD SUBSCRIBE THEOLOGY firstname lastname
Non-BItNet users should send the BBOARD SUBSCRIBE THEOLOGY firstname
lastname command as the only line in the text/body of a message to
UMNEWS%[email protected].

Coordinator: Charley Earp

(BitNet)

[email protected]
theorynt@YKTVMZ (BitNet)

Mailing list for theoretical computer science. The TheoryNet list now
contains around 200 individuals and some 30 local mailing lists. Messages
are mailed to ~90 different institutions in 10 countries.

BITNET, EARN, or NetNorth subscribers can join by sending the SUB command
to NDSUVM1 with your name. For example:
SEND LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 SUB THEORYNT Jon Doe
or
TELL LISTSERV AT NDSUVM1 SUB THEORYNT Jon Doe
To be removed from the list, send the SIGNOFF command:
SEND LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 SIGNOFF THEORYNT
or
TELL LISTSERV AT NDSUVM1 SIGNOFF THEORYNT
InterNet users wishing to be added to or deleted from this list should send
mail to [email protected] (CSNet and internet) or
theorynt%[email protected].

To MAKE CONTRIBUTIONS to the list, BitNet, EARN, and Netnorth users may
send mail to the list name THEORYNT@NDSUVM1 which will then be forwarded to
the Moderator.

All other requests, problems, questions, etc., should be sent to
[email protected] (CSNet and internet) or theorynt@YKTVMZ (BitNet).

Moderator: Victor Miller InterNet
BitNet/NetNorth/EARN



[email protected]
THETAXI on LISTSERV@GITVM1
Discussion list for the Theta Xi Fraternity

THETAXI, a ListServ list for Brothers of the Theta Xi Fraternity, is now up
and running. ALL brothers are encouraged to subscribe -- students, faculty,
everyone--even if you're not currently affiliated with a chapter.

The list will be unmoderated and monthly logs will be kept. Discussions
will be over matters pertinent to the Fraternity.

To subscribe, send a piece of mail or an interactive message to
LISTSERV@GITVM1 (BITNet) or [email protected] (Internet) saying :

sub thetaxi


THPHYSIO%[email protected]

Mailing list for accelerating exchanges of information between scientists
working in the field of thermal physiology, such as relevant advices,
queries, and ideas. The list is also a good place to ask questions of
general interest; stimulating discussion on recent results or publications;
and to provide an easy and cheap way to forward general announcements, such
as congresses, new journals, administration, relevant news, etc. This is
the job of the list moderators. However, anyone who wishes to use the list
for announcing interesting scientific events or meetings is invited to do
so, or to send the information to the moderators, allowing calls for
papers, bibliographies, and reports of lasting interest; obtaining, if
possible, the contents pages in electronic format of relevant journals
(such as J Thermal Biol, Am J Physiol, J Appl Physiol, Eur J Appl Physiol,
etc.) for publication in THPHYSIO.

A side-effect of the list will be that any user can easily access the
E-Mail address of colleagues. This may be useful for organizing joint
research projects, or for asking advice concerning specific technical
problems.

BitNet users may subscribe by sending the following command to
LISTSERV@FRMOP11 via interactive message or mail:
SUBscribe THPHYSIO Your full name
where "Your full name" is your real name, not your login Id. Not-BitNet
users can join the list by sending the above command as the only line in
the text/body of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Michel Jorda

TPS-L on ListServ@IndyCMS talk.politics.soviet via ListServ

TPS-L (talk.politics.soviet via ListServ) is a ListServ access and
distribution point for the Usenet newsgroup, talk.politics.soviet.
It is designed to allow network users without Usenet newsgroup feed
access to read and contribute to talk.politics.soviet via ListServ.

TPS-L has absorbed the functions of USSR-L (USSR news & information
list), USSRecom (USSR means-of-electronic-communication list), and
USSR-D (USSR news & information digest), all on ListServ@IndyCMS,
which have now been closed. The archives from these lists and
SovNet-L, the predecessor to USSRecom and the original dedicated
Soviet e-mail list, are in the process of being moved to the new
TPS-L FILELIST on ListServ@IndyCMS and should be fully available
effective mid- to late February 1991.

To subscribe, send request to: [email protected]
Using the following message text: Sub TPS-L Your_full_name

List owner/coordinator: John B Harlan
IJBH200@IndyVAX (CREN/BITNET)
[email protected] (Internet)


TV-L on LISTSERV@TREARN

A list for all kinds of TV program discussions. The discussions may
be about the TV shows, soap operas or TV films.. The subsciption is
open. All you have to do is use the following commands

TELL LISTSERV AT TREARN SUB TV-L your name (for VM users)
SEND LISTSERV@TREARN SUB TV-L your name (for VMS users)

Or send MAIL to LISTSERV@TREARN on BITNET/EARN with the BODY/TEXT of:
--------
SUB TV-L yourfirstname yourlastname


Esra (ESRA@TREARN - ListOwner)


TRANSIT on LISTSERV@GITVM1 - Public Transit Discussion List

Transit is an e-mail forum for the discussion of issues related to
public transit. Issues such as routing, fares, and safety can be
discussed. Feel free to make comments about anything to do with transit.

To subscribe, send the following command to [email protected]

SUB TRANSIT your_full_name

where "your_full_name" is your name. For example:

SUB TRANSIT Im A. Packet


Subscription is open to anyone. Anyone may subscribe to the list.

Once subscribed you may send contributions to
[email protected] or TRANSIT@GITVM1 on BITNET.
You should use the address corresponding to the LISTSERV address
you used to subscribe.

Contributions sent to this list are automatically archived. You
can obtain a list of the available archive files by sending an "INDEX
TRANSIT" to [email protected] or [email protected].

Owner: Nick Donaldson


If you have any questions or problems subscribing to the list, send
a message to the list owner (me) and I'll see that you get added or
deleted or whatever you wish from the list. Enjoy.
--
Nick Donaldson
Bitnet - Ndonald@UOFMCC or
NetNorth Domain-style - [email protected] or
On our Unix box - [email protected]


TRANSIT%[email protected]
TRANSIT on server [email protected]

This is a discussion for topics concerning urban public transportation.
Topics include buses, subways, streetcars, people-movers, scheduling,
routing and the like. Also, people's experiences are appreciated.

This list is not on a listserv. It is available from the server
UMNEWS@MAINE. There are two ways to subscribe to this list. Read
carefully.

1. BITNET/NETNORTH/EARN users:
If you are on Bitnet, Netnorth or Earn and can send interactive
messages, subscribe to the discussion by sending the command
BBOARD SUBSCRIBE TRANSIT your_name
to UMNEWS@MAINE.

2. Non-BITNET/NETNORTH/EARN users:
To subscribe to the TRANSIT discussion, send the command (via mail)
/EXECUTE BBOARD SUBSCRIBE TRANSIT your_name
to UMNEWS%[email protected]. The subject line of your mail message
must look like this:
Subject: transit.discussion
The mail message should look like this:
To: umnews%[email protected]
Subject: transit.discussion

/execute bboard subscribe transit your_name

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The Transputer mailing list was created to enhance the communication among
those who are interested in the Transputer and Transputer based systems.
Submissions should be of non-proprietary nature and be concerned with, but
not limited to:

Algorithms
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Mailing list for discussion of tourism.

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Mailing list for discussion of the TRAVELLER Science Fiction Role Playing
Game, published by Game Designers' Workshop. All variants of Traveller
(Traveller 2300, MegaTraveller), and Traveller games (Snapshot, Trillion
Credit Squadron, etc.) are included, too. Discussion is unmoderated and
open to all facets and levels of Traveller discussion. Listeners as well
as contributors are welcome.

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etc., should be sent to [email protected] or
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recieve articles immediately or bundled into twice-weekly digests.

Coordinator: James T Perkins

TSO-REXX%[email protected]

In addition to REXXLIST, the existing VM/SP REXX discussion list, 3 other
lists exist to discuss the REXX programming language. They are AREXX-L
(for Amiga REXX users), TSO-REXX (for TSO), and PC-REXX (for Personal REXX)
users.

To join the TSO-REXX list, send the following command to LISTSERV at
UCF1VM:
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for example,
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The TURBOC-L list is for Turbo C questions, tips, code, bug reports and any
other Turbo C related areas of interest.

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etc., should be sent to JIM%[email protected].

Coordinator: Jim Ennis

[email protected]

The purpose of this mailing list is to discuss the sport of ultimate.

Details copied from the CFD of a usenet group along the same lines.
If succesfull the usenet group will be gatewayed to the mailing list.

BACKGROUND:

Ultimate is a team sport based on the use of a flying disc
(eg. a Frisbee (R)). This sport has existed for 30 years and has gained
tremendous popularity within the last ten years. The majority of the
players have been cultivated at the collegiate level but as those people
move on they continue to play the sport and grow the player base. This has
resulted in the formation of club teams, summer leagues, corporate leagues
and the like. Ultimate is also played at the international level.

Ultimate has a governing body, the Ultimate Players Association (UPA), which
publishes and maintains the rules of the sport, organizes tournaments, and
pulblishes a monthly magazine.

CHARTER:

Ultimate is still a very young sport and requires as many avenues of
communication as possible to foster it's growth and visibility.

Since many Ultimate players have found professions in the hi-tech industry,
ie. there are hi-tech corporate Ultimate leagues throughout the US, a
newsgroup would provide an excellent forum for

o announcing leagues and other Ultimate happenings
o disseminating information about tournaments
o sport related discussions (ie. newly proposed rules)
o providing players with a means to find teams in other
parts of the country

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An unmoderated list for users of the original NEC UltraLite PC1701
and PC1702 computers (the V30-based notebook computer with a 1MB or
2MB silicon hard disk, not the newer 286- and 386-based models).
Topics include general information, tips, techniques, applications,
experiences, and sources for hardware, software, accessories, and
information.

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Mailing list for Unisys related topics. It is currently designed as a mail
reflector and does not currently support archive or FTP.

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etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Richard H. Miller

[email protected]

An unmoderated list for discussion of all EMACS type editors for UNIX. The
list is gatewayed both ways to usenet newsgroup comp.emacs.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to
[email protected].

Coordinator: John Voigt

[email protected]

ARPANET/MilNet gateway for distribution of the "UUCP net" Unix net.sources
newslist. Only ONE person at a site should subscribe, since articles tend
to be rather long.

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etc., should be sent to [email protected]. Contributors who
wish never to see error messages from the mailer should specify this
address as the return-path of their messages.

There is a BITNet/Netnorth/EARN sub-distribution list, UNIX-SRC@NDSUVM1;
BNEnet subscribers can join by sending the SUB command with your name.
For example, SEND LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 SUB UNIX-SRC Jon Doe
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To make contributions to the list, BITNet subscribers should send mail to
the ARPANet list name, NOT to the BITNet list name.

Coordinator: Chuck Kennedy

[email protected]

UNIX-SW is a vehicle for announcing the availablity of new major packages
of UNIX/'C' language software on the WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL repository.
This list will also be used to mail periodic updates of the list of all
UNIX software held at WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL (probably monthly).

UNIX-SW is not a forum for discussion of this software. Such discussions
are more appropriately held with the authors, or in other groups. Rather,
we are attempting to make known to the widest possible audience the
contents of this large repository of public-domain software.

SIMTEL20 is a DEC-20 machine running the TOPS20 operating system, located
at White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico. The machine is a host on the
Defense Data Network (DDN), and as such, gives users located on other hosts
the capability of directly transferring this software via the FTP (file
transfer process) command.

Mail archives are kept on host WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL as TOPS20 mail files
named yymm.n-TXT, where n starts with one and increments by one into
another file as each file reached 150 disk pages. To conserve disk space,
all the mail files in the archive, except for the current year, are
individually compressed. The compressed files have the suffix -Z as part
of the filetype field; they should be renamed to have the suffix .Z
(uppercase Z) when transfered to a Unix system so the uncompress program
will find them. The current month's mail is still kept in
UNIX-SW-ARCHIV.TXT. The archives are stored in directory:
PD2:
Archive files are available via ANONYMOUS FTP from WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL
for those with TCP/IP access to the Internet.

The repository has recently (Feb. '88) been completely reorganized by the
new coordinator. The software is now stored in the directory PD2:
(it used to be stored in PD2:; this directory no longer exists).

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Dave Curry


[email protected]

Discussion of matters involved in porting TeX82 to Unix. Messages sent to
the list are directly redistributed without human intervention.

Archives are kept on MIMSY.UMD.EDU in the file:
PS:UNIX-TEX.ARC

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etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Richard Furuta

[email protected]

Distribution list for people maintaining machines running the Unix
operating system.

*** Archives of UNIX-WIZARDS are stored on host SRI-NIC in directory
PS: in files named
UNIX-WIZARDS.861220 (86/12/20 is date of last mssage in the file)
UNIX-WIZARDS.TXT
(INFO-UNIX messages are also included in these files)
Other UNIX-WIZARDS.yymmdd archives exist (although offline) going back to
June of 1983. Online files may be retrieved from SRI-NIC with user
"anonymous" and any password, followed by the desired "get" commands.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

There is a BITNET/Netnorth/EARN sub-distribution list, UNIX-WIZ@NDSUVM1;
BNEnet subscribers can join by sending the SUB command with your name.
For example, SEND LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 SUB UNIX-WIZ Jon Doe
To be removed from the list, SEND LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 SIGNOFF.
To make contributions to the list, BitNet subscribers should send mail to
the ARPANet list name, NOT to the BITNET list name.

Coordinator: Mike Muuss

URBAN-L%[email protected]

Mailing list for information exchange, ideas, etc. on the science of Urban
Planning.

Yearly archives of the list will be maintained.

BitNet users may join the list by sending the following command to
LISTSERV@TREARN via interactive message or e-mail:
SUB urban-l Your full name
where "Your full name" is your real name, not your login Id.
Non-BitNet users can join by sending the above command as the only line in
the text/body of a message to LISTSERV%[email protected].


[email protected]

The purpose of this mailing list is to discuss and promote self-sufficiency
in everyday life in many forms. This includes but is not limited to basic
needs such as food, shelter, health, and safety. A unique aspect of this
list, however, unlike many others, is that we will concentrate on the city
and urban/semi-urbs applications of traditional self-sufficiency
technology. Thus, discussions on raising fish in a small backyard pool or
in a large aquarium instead of in cage-culture rafts on a farm pond;
raising veggies and some small-tree fruits in containers on the patio or
under grow-lights at work (a ready source of fluorescent fixtures for most
of us!) instead of in a 20 x 40 garden plot "out back".

Certainly folks in a more suburban setting (lucky them!) will find much of
the "urbanites" content useful, but the list is here first and foremost for
those of us out here in the Concrete Jungle, for whatever reason. Some of
us, like myself, are here using the city's resources to learn before
setting off for the country or the 'burbs, some are stuck in pay-our-debts
jobs here, and some just like the active city environment of places like
Harvard Square or Pike's Place. But even though we rent our dwellings and
have a postage-stamp size yard, or none at all, we can still get into doing
for ourselves in some of the ways our bucolic buddies do.

Send requests to be added directly to [email protected]
and include "urbanites-request" in your subject line.

Coordinator: [email protected] (stephen g. wadlow)

URUSEI YATSURA

Mailing list for Urusei Yatsura fans.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to
URUSEI-YATSURA-REQUEST%[email protected].

Coordinator: Mark Crispin

[email protected]
UREXX-L on [email protected]

This is to announce the creation of a mailing list for REXX on UNIX.

The list has been created in response to the announcement of uni-REXX
by the Work Station Group (who also have an XEDIT clone uni-XEDIT).

To join the list include the following line in the body of a mail
message:

SUB UREXX-L yourfistname yoursecondname

and send to

[email protected] (bitnet/internet)

You will receive more information when you subscribe.

Items to be posted to the list itself should be sent to
[email protected]

Note: Please do not use the SIGNON command instead of SUBscribe.

Coordinator: Alan Thew

Bitnet/Earn: [email protected] UUCP: ....!mcsun!ukc!liv!qq11
Internet: [email protected]; QQ11%[email protected]

[email protected]

This list is for the discussion of the socio-cultural,
technical and political history of usenet. The list is not
moderated and is open to anyone interested in the history of
the net.

Coordinator: [email protected] (Bruce Jones)

[email protected]

Discussion and programs for various universe-generating software (accretion
models, Traveller, Other Suns, ...).

Archives are maintained on host HC.DSPO.GOV (192.12.184.4) in directory:
pub/usml.
ANONYMOUS FTP is supported.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected]

Coordinator: Josh Siegel


[email protected]
UTS-L@YSUB (BitNet)

Mailing list for discussion of Amdahl's UTS/580 implementation of Unix and
for software running in the UTS environment. Some potential topics for
discussion: porting software, integrating with bitnet, internet, and
servers, requests for help, using UTS-specific features, hardware issues,
and anything else that's UTS-related. Discussion should be limited to the
UTS environment (under VM or native),pso this list does not replace
info-unix, unix-wiz, aix-l, or any otherpmailing list. Postings not
specific to UTS should be posted to one of those lists, instead.

The discussion is not presently moderated, although if message traffic
warrants, it may be in the future. All are free to post to the list, with
the condition that you must be subscribed to the list to post anything. To
help keep the noise down to a reasonable level, we would appreciate if you
would contact your site's UTS system administrator (aka "unix guru") for
help on your question, before you send it out to everyone.

A monthly notebook of all discussions will be kept online, in files named
UTS-L LOGYYMM (UTS-L LOG9001, for example) on the Listserv. To retrieve a
notebook, send e-mail or an interactive message to Listserv with a message
text/body of GET UTS-L LOGYYMM. Listserv database services are also
available - send INFO DATABASE to the list-server for more information.
Notebooks will also be available via anonymous FTP to YSUB.YSU.EDU after
1/31/90. More on this later. Sorry, we don't have news (yet, anyway).

BitNet users can subscribe by sending the following command to
LISTSERV@YSUB via interactive message or e-mail:
SUB UTS-L Your full name
where "Your full name" is your real name, not your login Id. Not-BitNet
users can join the list by sending the above command as the only line in
the text/body of an e-mail message to [email protected].

Administrative questions, problems, etc., should be sent to the
Coordinators.

Coordinators: Doug Sewell
Lou Anschuetz

URANTIAL on LISTSERV%[email protected]

'URANTIAL' is a forum for the discussion of ideas presented in _The
URANTIA Book_. The perspective of the list is holistic. Contribu-
tions are welcomed from the full scope of scientific and theological
perspectives as long as they serve to enhance our understanding of
ourselves and pertain constructively to the conceptual framework of
the URANTIA material. The goal of this list is to utilize _The
URANTIA Book_ to gain integration of knowledge and consolidation of
worldviews toward an improved life for all on Earth.

Please send subscription requests to LISTSERV@UAFSYSB on BITNET,
*not* to the list itself URANTIAL@UAFSYSB. Include the following
command in the body or text of the mail:

SUB URANTIAL yourfirstname yourlastname
From: "David L. Merrifield"

UREXX-L @ LIVERPOOL.AC.UK REXX on Un*x

This list also caters for versions of Xedit available for Un*x.

To join the list, send mail to:

LISTSERV @ LIVERPOOL.AC.UK

containing the following line:

SUB UREXX-L your-first-name your-second-name


[email protected]

People using Pronet/V2LNI Ring networks.

[Also see mailing lists INFO-PROTEON (Proteon and Proteon gear in
general, with slight leanings toward token ring engineering)
and P4200 (Proteon gateway products)]

Coordinator: [email protected]

VAL-L on LISTSERV@UCF1VM

Those interested in Soviet news and comment and Gulf war bulletins
may wish to subscribe to Val-L (Valentine Michael Smith's commentary)
on ListServ@UCF1VM. Many will recognize Valentine as a long-time
(and prolific) contributor to such lists as Politics, History, USSR-L
and NewsE-L. Valentine's ongoing account of and commentary on world
events has now been consolidated on a dedicated list of his own,
which promises to be a most valuable addition to the networks.

John Harlan

John said it better than I could have. ๐Ÿ™‚ To join, send the following
command to LISTSERV at UCF1VM (or internet ucf1vm.cc.ucf.edu):

SUBSCRIBE VAL-L

Where and are *your* first and last names.

Or for help joining, please contact LOIS@UCF1VM (or [email protected])


VAMPYRES on [email protected]

A New list has been created. It is called VAMPYRES, and it resides
at GUVM. VAMPYRES is for fans of vampiric lore, fact and fiction.

To subscribe, please either SEND the command

SUBSCRIBE VAMPYRES firstname lastname

to LISTSERV@GUVM or,
--------
for people who do not have access to BITNET, send MAIL to
LISTSERV@GUVM (no subject) that contains one line in the text:

SUBSCRIBE VAMPYRES firstname lastname

Owner: Jim Wilderotter


[email protected]

Forum for the discussion of the Vectrex game.

Archives are kept in CMU-CS-C file PS:VECTREX.MESSAGES.
The membership list is kept in file PS:VECTREX.DST.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Vince Fuller

[email protected]

VideoTech is a combination of the old HOME-SAT, VIDEO-DISC and TELETEXT
mailing lists. WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL is the DDN side of this mailing list
(which includes a USENET entry); USENET/netnews messages to rec.video will
find their way to this list without loops. Appropriate topics for
discussion on VideoTech might be, but are not limited to:

Home Satellite (TVRO, DBS) Teletext
Cable Television Stereo Television
Video Disc Technology HighRes Television
Video Tape Recorders (Beta/VHS/UMatic)

Mail archives are kept on host WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL as TOPS20 mail files
named yymm.n-TXT, where n starts with one and increments by one into
another file as each file reached 150 disk pages. To conserve disk space,
all the mail files in the archive, except for the current year, are
individually compressed. The compressed files have the suffix -Z as part
of the filetype field; they should be renamed to have the suffix .Z
(uppercase Z) when transfered to a Unix system so the uncompress program
will find them. The current month's mail is still kept in
VIDEOTECH-ARCHIV.TXT. The archives are stored in directory:
PD2:
Archive files are available via ANONYMOUS FTP for those with TCP/IP access
to the Internet.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

BitNet users can subscribe to the list through an automated BitNet mail
server. To send a command to the server, simply send the command as the
text of a message. Send all command-messages to LISTSERV@UIUCVMD. The
command to subscribe yourself is:
SUB I-VIDTEK (your personal name)
The command to cancel your subscription is:
UNSUB I-VIDTEK
Substitute your own personal name for the string "(your personal name)" in
the example above. If you misspell your name, subscribe again, you do not
need to unsubscribe to fix a name spelling error.

Coordinator: Frank J. Wancho

VIDNET-L on LISTSERV@UGA Video Network Discussion List

VIDNET-L (Video Network Discussion List) was formed for the
discussion of mutual problems and concerns which face all who are
involved in the operation of a campus-wide video network. This
includes any configuration which may be found in a campus
environment-creation, operation, maintenance, programming,
teleconferencing, rate structure, videotext are some of the topics
expected to be discussed.

To subscribe, send the following command to LISTSERV@UGA on BITNET or
[email protected] on the Internet via mail or interactive
message:

SUB VIDNET-L your_full_name

where "your_full_name" is your name. For example:

SUB VIDNET-L John X. Doe

Owner: John R. Stephens, Jr.
Internet

VIRUS-L%[email protected]

Virus-L is a forum specifically for the discussion of computer virus
experiences, protection software, and other virus related topics. The list
is currently open to the public and is a non-digest format list. Readers
who prefer digest format lists should periodically read the public back
logs of submissions, available from the LEHIIBM1 LISTSERV via a GET command
(e.g., GET VIRUS-L LOG8806A for the first week of activity during June,
1988). Mail sent to to [email protected] will automatically be
redistributed to everyone on the mailing list. By default, you will NOT
receive a copy of your own letters. If you wish to, send mail to the
LISTSERV saying
SET VIRUS-L REPRO

Archives are available, as is a file called DIRTY DOZEN which lists a
number of viruses, trojan horses, and pirated programs for the IBM PC. All
submissions to VIRUS-L are stored in weekly log files which can be
downloaded by any user on (or off) the mailing list. There is also a small
archive of some of the public anti-virus programs which are currently
available. This archive, too, can be accessed by any user. All of this is
handled automatically by the LISTSERV.

To find out what files are available on the LISTSERV, send mail to
LISTSERV%[email protected] saying
INDEX VIRUS-L
Note that filenames/extensions are separated by a space, and not by a
period. Once you've decided which file(s) you want, send mail to LISTSERV
saying
GET filename filetype
For example, GET VIRUS-L LOG8804 would get the file called VIRUS-L LOG8804
(which happens to be the monthly log of all messages sent to VIRUS-L during
April, 1988). Note that, starting June 6, 1988, the logs are weekly. The
new file format is VIRUS-L LOGyymmx where yy is the year (88, 89, etc.), mm
is the month, and x is the week (A, B, etc.). Readers who prefer digest
format lists should read the weekly logs and sign off of the list itself.

To subscribe send the following command to LISTSERV@LEHIIBM1 (non-BitNet
users send mail to LISTSERV%[email protected] with the command
in the message body):
SUB VIRUS-L Your_Full_Name
where Your_Full_Name is your real name, not your userid.
To unsubscribe, send:
SIGNOFF VIRUS-L

All other requests, problems, questions, etc., should be sent to the
Coordinator.

Coordinator: Kenneth R. van Wyk


[email protected]

Discussion group for artificial intelligence vision researchers. The list
is intended to embrace discussion on a wide range of vision topics,
including physiological theory, computer vision, artificial intelligence
technology applied to vision research, machine vision algorithms,
industrial applications, robotic eyes, implemented systems, ideas, profound
thoughts -- anything related to vision and its automation is fair game.

Previous messages are available on request to [email protected].

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Moderator: Tod Levitt

VM-UTIL

A list for the discussion and redistribution of useful and interesting
utilities for use by the VM/SP and CMS operating systems. There is also a
FILELIST by the same name which will be used to store some of the utilities
collected.

The list is hosted at DEARN, MARIST, TECMTYVM, TREARN, UBVM, UCF1VM, and
UTARLVM1. There is also a companion FILELIST available from the LISTSERV's
at DEARN, MARIST, UBVM, UCF1VM, and UTARLVM1 which contains a lot of useful
VM- and CMS-related utilities that people have contributed. If anyone is
interested in contributing a utility to be stored in the FILELIST, they can
send a note telling what they wish to contribute along with a description
of each utility. Source code is prefered.

To subscribe send the following command to
LISTSERV@[one of the above hosts] (non-BitNet users send mail to
LISTSERV%[one of the above][email protected])
SUBSCRIBE VM-UTIL your_full_name
To unsubscribe, send
UNSUBSCRIBE VM-UTIL

Coordinator: David Young

VMVIRUS on LISTSERV@PCCVM

After consulting with the folks 'attached' to VIRUS-L and seeing a
void in the area of centralized information about VM, MVS, and VSE
viri and worms, I have established a list VMVIRUS at my node. This
list is open and public, but as the following text will describe,
some files will be restricted. Be aware that a posting to this list
will automatically be forwarded to VIRUS-L.
-------------------------------------

This list has been established to act as a clearing house / archival
location for comments and information concerning VM viruses and
worms. The logs are public and your comments well be freely
available to the network community. I intend to also store samples
of source, object, and executable code for examination by selected
persons. Commonly these files will only be available to NADs and
other selected interested parties. Application may be made for code
samples. Userid authenticity WILL BE verified prior to dispersal of
infectious programs.

So far the VM community has been spared many of the problems that
currently plague the PC, MAC and Unix worlds. Let us hope that it
remains that way. This archive is intended as a step in the
direction to halt the spread of such malicious programming.

While the name VMVIRUS implies a limitation to the VM environment,
this list is open to comments by MVS and VSE users also. I would
urge VM, MVS, and VSE sites to send samples of infectious code for
storage. The following rules MUST be adhered to in the transmission
of potentially harmful programs.

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This site maintains a 'filter' for known infectious materials, hence
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I thereby announce a mailing list about early music, which will be
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Send your contributions and requests to this address.


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Mailing list is intended to discuss the issues associated with the
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Mailing list for all manner of weirdness; the local group with which we
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SIG for computer modelling welds, run from CASCADE (Centre for Advanced
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Mailing list for users of Microsoft Word running under DOS and Windows. It
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Coordinator: Eric Davies


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I was surprised to discover that WORDS-L isn't on the list of lists.
As a recently added co-owner of the list, I'm sending the following
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WORDS-L is a forum for discussion of the English language. To
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Owners: Al Essa ([email protected])
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WorkS discusses personal work station computers, such as the Sun2, Sun3,
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interested members of the ARPANET community to discuss what is wrong with
these machines, compare notes on work in progress, and share useful
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There is a BitNet sub-distribution list, WORKS@RUTVM1; BitNet subscribers
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To make contributions to the list, BitNet subscribers should send mail to
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Online discussion group for professional writers and those who aspire to be
writers. Discussions center around the art, craft, and business of
writing, and also keep members informed about new and varied opportunities
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To subscribe, send the following command to LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 via mail or
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Non-BitNet users can access the archives or subscribe by sending the above
commands as the only line in the text/body of a message to
LISTSERV%[email protected].

Coordinator: Ray Wheeler

(BitNet)

WX-TALK@UIUCVMD
[email protected]@VM1.NODAK.EDU

The list WX-TALK has been created for the purpose of discussing
weather-related phenomena such as severe storms, tornadoes, forecasting,
interesting local weather events, SKYWARN storm spotter groups, and tornado
chasing. The list is not in digested form; a monthly notebook will be
maintained.

To subscribe, send the following command to LISTSERV@UIUCVMD via mail or
interactive message:
SUB WX-TALK your_full_name
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Non-BitNet users can subscribe by sending the text:
SUB WX-TALK your_full_name
in the body of a message to [email protected] or
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To unsubscribe send the following command:
UNSUB WX-TALK

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Mailing list for discussions about severe storm spotter training, spotter
networks, training materials, upcoming training, methods of transmitting
weather data, and local community programs. The list, although a spin-off
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severe storm spotter training and public awareness programs can be
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SUB WXSPOT John Q. Public
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[email protected]
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This list discusses uses of the X Window System with ADA. Also see X11-3D,
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Mailing list for discussion on support of X11 across EIA232 (and other low
bandwidth media).

This list is archived and old messages are available on request. (The
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Requests to be added to or deleted from the list, problems, questions,
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Coordinator: Casey Leedom

[email protected]

This list discusses 3D extensions to the X Window System. Also see X-ADA,
X113D, XIMAGE, XPERT, XVIDEO.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
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Coordinator: X Consortium staff
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XCULT-L%[email protected]

An international intercultural newsletter written by undergraduate and
graduate students at Penn State University who are enrolled in Speech
Communication 497B: Cross-cultural Communication. Each week, students
write on a topic being discussed in class. Topics range from non-dominant
cultures in the U.S. to corporate cultures to the use of nonverbal
communication in international communication. Participants who receive the
newsletter are encouraged to join in the discussions or contribute their
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To subscribe, either send a note to the Editor or subscribe directly by
sending a subscribe command to LISTSERV@PSUVM:
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Editor: Joyce Neu

XCULT-X on [email protected] Intercultural Communication Practicum
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The list XCULT-X has been created on LISTSERV@UMRVMB. Please send
your subscription requests to LISTSERV@UMRVMB or
[email protected]. In the text of the mail include:
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The following statement of purpose for the list was provided by the
sponsor and list owner, Lance Hayes ([email protected]).

The purpose of Xcult-X, Intercultural Communication Practicum, is to
foster interdisciplinary discussions of communication philosophy,
theory, and practice in the global village through formation of a
discussion group via human computer-mediated communication.

Xcult-X is a rule-free discussion group open to all. It is sponsored
by Lance Haynes who refuses to take any power other than that firmly
imposed by the host computer center. Requests for listowner to exert
any power whatsoever over the topics or discussion methods on this
list will be met with referral to group discussion.

The Intercultural Communication Practicum is a "child" of the
International Intercultural Newsletter in that Xcult-X was begun in
an effort to house discussion topics and methods that originated on
Xcult-L but were not in keeping with its announced purposes.


XEDIT-L%[email protected]

Mailing list for the discussion of the IBM VM System Editor (XEDIT). It is
not for discusison of the TSO editor, the PDF editor, QED, KEDIT, QEDIT,
EVE, VI, or EMACS. If and when XEDIT is made available under TSO, it will
be included here. REXX, as utilized by XEDIT as its macro language is
acceptable here also.

Peers for this list are located at OHSTVMA, TCSVM, MARIST, and RUTVM1.
Monthly notebooks are being maintained at UGA.

To [un]subscribe, send a message to one of the Coordinators.

Coordinators: Harold Pritchett
Ross Patterson
TCS INFO Account
A. Harry Williams
Duane Weaver

XIANGQI on [email protected] - Chinese Chess
or [email protected]

This is an open, unmoderated (read that: uncensored) list for the
discussion and opportunity to bring players of Chinese Chess
together.

Send your subscription to [email protected] or
[email protected]
with the body of the mail containing the command:
SUB XIANGQI yourfirstname yourlastname

Archiving of list logs are weekly.

List Owner: Phil Paxton, [email protected],
[email protected]
1-800-972-8744 x40836


[email protected]
"XIMAGE@EXPO"@XX.LCS.MIT.EDU

This list discusses image processing with the X Window System. Also see
X-ADA, X11-3D, XPERT, XVIDEO.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: X Consortium staff
<"LISTS-REQUEST@EXPO"@XX.LCS.MIT.EDU>

[email protected]

Mailing list for general discussion on the X window system, software
running under X, and the like. Also see X-ADA, X11-3D, XIMAGE, XVIDEO.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: Keith Packard

<"keith@EXPO"@XX.LCS.MIT.EDU>
X Consortium staff
<"LISTS-REQUEST@EXPO"@XX.LCS.MIT.EDU>

[email protected]
"XVIDEO@EXPO"@XX.LCS.MIT.EDU

This list discusses possible extensions for using live and still video
within the X Window System. Also see X-ADA, X11-3D, XIMAGE, XPERT.

All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions,
etc., should be sent to [email protected].

Coordinator: X Consortium staff
<"LISTS-REQUEST@EXPO"@XX.LCS.MIT.EDU>

XYZZY-L%[email protected]

A forum for discussion about Xyzzy, a "Deluxe" chatting exec for VM/CMS
Systems, and for Xyzzy-Vax, its counterpart for VAX/VMS systems. The list
is for questions and general discussions regarding Xyzzy. All users of
either version of Xyzzy are welcome to subscribe and send messages to this
list.

To subscribe, issue the command:
TELL LISTSERV AT CMUCCVMA SUBSCRIBE XYZZY-L your_full_name
or send a message to LISTSERV%[email protected] with the
above command included as the only message body line.
To remove yourself from the list, issue the command:
TELL LISTSERV AT CMUCCVMA UNSUBSCRIBE XYZZY-L
or send a message to LISTSERV@CMUCCVMA with that command.
For a list of other ListServ commands, use the command HELP instead of
SUBSCRIBE or UNSUBSCRIBE.

Coordinator: Marc Shannon
XYZZY Developer: David Bolen

YACHT-L%[email protected]

Yachting, Sailing, Design and amateur BoatBuilding mailing list. The list
offers to the people that are interested in these subjects a way to
communicate. Discussions about new yachts, designs, construction
techniques, races, etc., are welcome.


To subscribe to the list, send the following command to LISTSERV@GREARN:
VM/CMS:
TELL LISTSERV at GREARN SUB YACHT-L Your_Full_Name
VMS:
SEND LISTSERV@GREARN SUB YACHT-L Your_Full_Name
Non-BitNet users can subscribe by sending a message to
LISTSERV%[email protected] with the message text/body:
SUB YACHT-L Your_Full_Name

Coordinator: Kostas Antonopoulos


YTERM-L%[email protected]

Unmoderated mailing list intended for discussion of problems or concerns
with the Yale Terminal Emulation software package. YTERM is a useful VT100
emulator and may be used with the IBM 7171 protocol converter and previous
versions of the Yale ASCII terminal communication system. File transfer
with YTERM is accomplished with PCTRANS host software. PC to PC file
transfer over an asynch line is also possible with YTERM.

BitNet users can add themselves to the list by issuing the following
command to [email protected]:
SUBSCRIBE YTERM-L your_full_name
where your_full_name is your real name (not your userid).
BitNet users can unsubscribe with the command:
UNSUBSCRIBE YTERM-L

All other requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems,
questions, etc., should be sent to the Coordinator.

Coordinator: Susan Barmhall

YUNUS on [email protected] Turkish TeX Users Group and Discussion

I would like to announce formation of a BITNET List YUNUS as an
informal and semi official publication of Turkish TeX Users Group
with the purpose : To discuss, disseminate and exchange information
about TeX typesetting system, its variants and especially Turkish
TeX.

YUNUS EMRE is a 15'th century Turkish poet and philosopher, who is
one of the best users of turkish language. The list is named after
him.

to [email protected].

There is no language restrictions on the list.

`Owners' of the list:
[email protected] (Mustafa Akgul)
[email protected] (Bulent Karasozen)
[email protected] (Ziya Karakaya)

List is located at TRMETU.bitnet. So so you can send post files to
list by sending them to [email protected], and subscribe to List
via a mail consisting of

SUB YUNUS First_Name Middle_name Last_name

For ordinary mail use:
Mustafa Akgul
Bilkent University
06533 Bilkent
Ankara
Turkey.



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