Re: *Long* administrivia (but please read it anyway!)
- To: lindsey
- Subject: Re: *Long* administrivia (but please read it anyway!)
- From: "Scott Vergara" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 21 Feb 1997 10:35:04 -0600
I would support archiving for all the reasons Wilbert, Robert and Rand have
mentioned plus an additional one. Aroiders & horticulturists in future
years (20-50+) will have a good historical snapshot of what was going on
back in the late 20th century. I have always found reading the
correspondence between horticulturists fascinating and informative. There
have been several books put together that are essentially just the letters
between two fanatic gardeners. Don't even want to touch the legal stuff
I vote for Aroid-l to establish an internal archive.
I too have copyright concerns, but unless a publication is at stake or huge
amounts of money, legal recourse is unlikely. I do not think that point or
the concern that someone bad will get your name and address should outweigh
the usefulness of an archive. Besides, your name and address and more is
already out there. I use a POBox in a neighboring town partly so the seeds
and plants don't sit out in the cold & rain and partly so I don't get
uninvited guests visiting my garden.
My 2 cents worth.
> From: NAME "Wilbert Hetterscheid" <W.HETTER@pbga.agro.nl>
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: *Long* administrivia (but please read it anyway!)
> Date: Thursday, February 20, 1997 5:55 AM
> In reply to Steve's thoughts about archiving the contents of aroid-l I
> like to say that I am in favor of archiving. I think nobody can expect
> privacy while communicating via internet. There is so much publicity
> telling us that it just isn't possible to protect privacy using this
> medium. Even if aroid-l would decide not to archive, I agree with Steve
> that ones messages and data could equally easily be distributed via
> hardcopy from the list as it runs.
> I vote for archiving because it preserves information for newcomers
> and also may avoid duplication of items being discussed. Once an item
> re-occurs, somebody may refer the intiator to an archive. I would
> even recommend Aroid-l to start archiving itself.
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