Re: OT:Iris-L Sataus Update
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- Subject: Re: OT:Iris-L Sataus Update
- From: "John I. Jones" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 25 Jun 1998 12:47:40 +0000
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> In a message dated 98-06-24 17:13:46 EDT, you write:
> >The techies at RT66 tell me it was up for a little bit yewsterday but
> >crashed again after about fifteen minutes
> >Anyway, I have suggested to Tom that he consider moving the list to
> >OneList.com, but doing that has it's advantages and disadvantages, and
> >it should be up to him.
> I think it's definately advisable to move this list. I am on a few (Alpine-
> L, Arisaema-L, Trillium-L, the closed Daylily list (open only to AHS members),
> the bulb list (another closed one), and I've been on an off others such as the
> hosta list...... none have ever been down for more than 2 days. And this was
> accompanied by much apology and communication.
> Here we've been dead for the better part of a month...... we've gotten NO
> assistance except for one resourceful member (I think Jones-L has some charm),
> no apologies, no updates (except from super-John) and I'm just sick about the
> entire thing.
> I was involved with one list that went through Onelist... and that's got a
> tentative hold on the airwaves too.... so I don't think that's a good option.
> At least two lists I'm on are through Maelstrom, at St. John's University. I
> don't have any clues as to how one goes about setting up a list, or what it
> costs or what is required. But I think it's time to move on.
> One frustrated iris grower's humble opinion as iris season forges on and we
> can't even discuss it.
> Kathy Guest
> E. Aurora, NY