On 11/21/03 8:40 AM, Eric Lease Morgan <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Here at ND we will instigate a code4lib mailing list. Initially Rob and I will
> be moderators. We'll give it a try for eighteen (18) months, and after that
> time if there does not seem to be enough interest to keep the whole thing
> alive, then we will shut it down. This is no real skin off our backs. We'll
> call it a "professional development opportunity", and it may very will fill a
> useful purpose as well as fill a void.
> Let me set things up. It usually takes a day or two.
I believe the code4lib mailing list has been successfully set up, and I have
created a home page describing it here:
From the description:
The purpose of the mailing is to provide a forum for discussion
all thing programming code for libraries. This is a place to
discuss particular programming languages such as Java or Python,
but is also provide a place to discuss the issues of programming
in libraries in general.
This mailing list is experimental. If, after eighteen (18)
months, there seems to be no interest in the list, then the list
will be removed.
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of an email message to [log in to unmask]:
subscribe code4lib [your name]
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unsubscribe code4lib [your name]
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