Women in Biology: a proposal

S L Forsburg forsburg at nospamsalk.edu
Wed May 13 23:45:17 EST 1998


12 May 1998

Dear Colleagues:
The women in biology group has been essentially inactive, presumably
 due to posting problems, for over a month now.  I for one miss
our community very much.  The problem appears to correlate
with the activation of the "antispam" software filter at Bionet.  If
this is indeed the problem (comments, Bionet staffers?), I propose 
that we delete the filter and go either to  moderation,
or simply live with the spam.  In any event, if we do not deal with
this problem, the group will be effectively dead, if it isn't
already.  

On the other hand, maybe it's part of a vast conspiracy....;-)

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