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This list has no relationship at all with the AHS list.  This list was created
by hort.net as a community  garden chat list.  To my way of thinking that
means the messages are predominantly garden related, but more chatty than the
other hort.net lists that are devoted to specific sections of gardening. 
Therefore I think using OT for subjects like haggis or pets is a good idea. 
As Chris said, it is for us to decide its content, but what I just said is the
direction I hope we are going.


On Mon, 16 Dec 2002 14:58:58 EST TeichFlora@aol.com wrote:

> Isn't that what the AHS list is for??  Maybe
> I'm wrong, which is probably the 
> case, but it was my understanding that this
> list was created so that people 
> would have a voice for the OT subjects...thus
> not clogging up the AHS list 
> with it.
> I was not aware that this was a replacement for
> the AHS list???
> Noreen
> zone 9
> Texas Gulf Coast
> In a message dated 12/15/2002 12:39:13 PM
> Central Standard Time, 
> tchessie@yahoo.com writes:
> > I think it makes more sense to use OT for
> general chat.  This would make it
> > is easier to prioritize given the volume of
> email.  Also, I think it will
> > help us return back to gardening topics and
> not totally stray from the topic
> > that brought us all together in the first
> place.  I just don't want this
> > list to end up like some of the other
> garden-type lists that are all chat
> > and no garden.  Also, if we hope to attract
> new members they are likely to
> > find this new list and decide to join due to
> the "garden" aspect of the
> > list, not just merely chat.  A combination of
> both is likely to appeal to
> > the largest audience I think- and will help
> this list grow and remain
> > active, without be overwhelming.  Just my 2
> cents.
> > 
> > Theresa
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