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Re: COMP: AISeRobins??


In a message dated 4/20/05 6:37:56 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
utahirisgal@hotmail.com writes:

<< The paper round robins are still around, but they are often times not 
making it around on a timely basis or they are completely stopping at one point 
for months at a time, and others are slowly or have completely ended.  I was 
asked to chair the 
electronic round robins. >>

I notice you are employing the plural "Robins." How many ERobins are 
projected?

The traditional AIS Robins--those flying through conventional mail, or not 
flying as the case may be-- have each tended to have specific foci, like Medians 
or Historic Irises. Will there be more than one AIS ERobin? 

Since the new group under discussion is apparently already up and running, 
will you please give us a rundown on its goals and policies?

Is AIS membership required to join this group? The Yahoo webpage is not clear 
on this. If not, what, practically speaking, is the distinction between 
"AISeRobins,"and, for instance, this mailing list? Who is the actual owner of the 
Yahoo group?

And what does AIS say to alleviate the concerns of AIS members who might wish 
to participate in this new AIS program but who have reservations about 
Yahoo's policies generally? 

Thank you very much.

Cordially,

Anner Whitehead
Richmond, VA USA   

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