In article <1993Jul12.160041.7728 at gserv1.dl.ac.uk>, bf1rodri at cc.uco.es
("Antonio R. Franco") wrote:
>>> 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
>> ON SUBSCRIPTIONS
> 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.
>> Sincerely yours,
>>> Antonio R. Franco
> Bioquimica y Biologia Molecular
> Facultad de Ciencias
> Universidad de Cordoba
> E-14071 Cordoba