julesrichardsonuk at yahoo.co.uk
Mon Nov 27 10:04:24 GMT 2006
Chris Johns wrote:
> On Mon, 27 Nov 2006, Littlefield Aaron wrote:
>> Has anybody considered a BBC Mailing list meet-up, or social gathering?
>> Seems quite a popular thing to do in some lists....
> I guess that really depends on where mosst of the people are located.
I suppose logically within the UK it'd require one up north somewhere (Leeds
area maybe), one down south (Guildford or something), and then maybe on in the
Cambridge area, just because it's the beeb's home and so there's a high
concentration of Acorn collectors in the area.
You know, it'd be interesting (to me anyway!) to know how many non-UK members
the list have, and what countries they live in - I wonder if there are any
>> P.S. Again (as ever) apologies for the server junk it pastes at the end of
>> this email.
> On another list I'm on, the list server has some "magic marker" it will
> respond to to chop off the rest of the email, before adding the mailing
> list info. Maybe we this could could be set to do the same?
I wonder if there's a way of saying "ditch any signature longer than the
accepted norm of four lines, but keep otherwise"? That should allow people
some individuality whilst getting rid of the corporate monster sigs that some
members have no control over. It wouldn't surprise me if it's a feature in
some of the more popular mailing list software.
And if eight out of ten cats all prefer whiskas
Do the other two prefer Leslie Judd?
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