SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: SIGIA-L: siglist structuring
Re: SIGIA-L: siglist structuring
From: Manjari Prashar (manjarip_at_myriadweb.com)
Date: Mon Apr 24 2000 - 19:23:48 EDT
It is becoming a little difficult to follow these emails, but it is very
I would also like to strongly support Matt Corey's suggestion that the
of this list create a digest option that would create one large daily
compilation of emails.
From: Tim Garrand <Tim.Garrand_at_bowneinternet.com>
To: 'mcorey_at_geocities.com' <mcorey_at_geocities.com>; robbie_at_adrenaline.com
Cc: sigia-l_at_asis.org <sigia-l_at_asis.org>
Date: Monday, April 24, 2000 10:20 AM
Subject: RE: SIGIA-L: siglist structuring
>I am an interactive architect at Bowne Internet Solutions in Cambridge.
>This is a very active list, and I look forward to participating in it.
>I would like to strongly support Matt Corey's suggestion that the
>of this list create a digest option that would create one large daily
>compilation of emails. In all the other lists I have participated in, the
>digest option can be turned off and on by the individual users.
>From: Matthew Corey [mailto:bikebkln_at_yahoo.com]
>Sent: Friday, April 21, 2000 1:03 PM
>Subject: SIGIA-L: siglist structuring
>1. Austin rocks.
>2. I endorse these suggests and respectfully request a
>digest (daily? twice-daily?) or weblist version of
>the sig list (a la egroups.com) be created. I would
>gladly accept one fat, time-consuming download that I
>could read at the end of the day instead of all these
>emails dribbling in one at a time.
>--- Robbie Fitzgerald <robbie_at_adrenaline.com> wrote:
>> May I make a few suggestions for some of the areas
>> of discussion?
>> Re the website and this mailing list:
>> 1) Can we include threaded discussions to parse out
>> specific interests?
>> There should be an open-source available, a possible
>> code short-cut.
>> 2) How about including a reference section, possibly
>> broken out by topic
>> which includes the various books and links that are
>> being suggested?
>> 3) There are a great deal of terrific thoughts going
>> around, how about
>> on bullet points to aid in more rapid digestion of
>> the material?
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