CALL FOR DISCUSSION: BIOSCI-ADMIN/bionet.admin

James R. Mensch Jr. jm68 at aittest1.uchicago.edu
Mon Oct 31 13:01:54 EST 1994


In article <38scgv$9uv at net.bio.net> kristoff at net.bio.net (David Kristofferson) writes:
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>My question to the BIOFORUM/bionet.general readership is, 
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>"Will you participate in the discussions if they are moved away from
>BIOFORUM/bionet.general??"
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>Currently, many proposals evoke little or no comment, so this may not
>be a big concern for many people.  On occasion, however, a hot potato
>comes along.  In that case, if only the "computer nerds" like myself
>are reading bionet.admin, will the opinions expressed be
>representative of the biology readership????
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>We could, of course, continue to hold charter discussions on
>BIOFORUM/bionet.general and change the proposal below so that
>BIOSCI-ADMIN/bionet.admin is used only for discussions of bionet
>newsgroup administrative issues and for posting things like the bionet
>checkgroups message.
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>What do people think??
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As long as announcements of proposals and calls for discussion are posted
to .announce and .general, it seems to me that a separate group for the
actual discussion would simply better ensure an interested and involved
audience.
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Jim Mensch <j-mensch at uchicago.edu> 




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