Eventually, the chlamy newsgroup is fully functioning!!
I would like to thank all of you that have actively participated in
the votation period. I am proud to say we got a new record with such a
high number of positive votes.
I would like, however, to give some further instructions.
HOW TO PARTCIPATE
From now on you can submit any question or interesting data to any
of the following addresses:
chlamy at net.bio.net for people working in USA or America
chlamy at daresbury.ac.uk for people working in Asia or Europe
Your question will be promptly delivered to almost 200 coworkers
AT THE SAME TIME. From here, I would like to ask members to
answer these question by sending either an e-mail answer to the general
address (chlamy at ....) or to the author. In this later case, I would like to
ask to whom made the question, try to gather all of the responses, edit
them and then, submit them latter to the "general" address
Please, do not send to this address (chlamy at ...) the requests of
subscriptions or unsubscriptions. To do so, send the corresponding message
in plain English to..
biosci at net.bio.net in USA or America
biosci at daresbury.ac.uk in Asia or Europe
Alive people will be reading your queries.
After certain period of time either Elizabeth Harris or myself will be
delivering an update relation of the subscribed members. In our experience,
if high is the number will be posted to the general address, much higher
will be the messages being crossed among the members themself.
HOW TO GET OLD MESSAGES
From now on, all the messages being posted to the general address
will be kept at the manager's mainframes. We can get information from these
files later by using adecuate programs, like gopher and wais. As discussion
leaders, both Elizabeth and myself will be giving you updated information
about how to use these facilities.
I should remember certain kind of messages like nasty messages, or
those with a chlamy-unrelated content (with political or commercial content)
are not wellcome.
Antonio R. Franco
Bioquimica y Biologia Molecular
Facultad de Ciencias
Universidad de Cordoba