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Re: ADMIN: Poll

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: ADMIN: Poll
  • From: "Mike G" redear@infinet.com
  • Date: Mon, 25 Nov 2002 03:18:08 -0000

If it means keeping Yahoo, try anything I hate it. Clicking on a link 
would take no longer on Mallorn  than the way it is now.  Plus you 
could look at the message with the photo first and decide to look at 
it or not.
I think I will like the new way better, I might change from nomail on 
iris-photos. I then would not have to go to Mallorn to see the 
pictures. Plus I would not have to worry about attachments with a 

Mike Greenfield

--- In iris-photos@y..., John I Jones <jijones@u...> wrote:
> As you know I am thinking about moving iris-photos to hort.net (as 
I have done with iris-talk)
> We are concerned with the bandwidth load on the Mallorn servers, 
and have come up with an
> alternative approach for the posted messages.
> Instead of sending the attachment picture with each post, the 
message would contain a clickable
> link (URL) to the picture in the archives. It would make 
downloading the messages to each
> individual subscriber much faster, and you look only at those 
pictures you are interested in.
> Even if you are interested in all of them, there is no penalty in 
doing it this way.
> For those of you that already view the pictures in the archives 
this might be a better
> alternative, and certainly no worse.
> Let me know what you think.
> John                     | "There be dragons here"
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>                          |  to indicate the edge of the known world.
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