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The future of Maelstrom

  • Subject: The future of Maelstrom
  • From: Gwen & Brian Ward gwenbrian@SUPANET.COM
  • Date: Thu, 5 Jan 2006 19:42:07 -0000

I would like to say that I am not keen on Yahoo - when I belonged to another
newsgroup that was on Yahoo I was receiving masses and masses of spam.   So
much so that I eventually changed my ISP.  I would not want to have to stop
receiving mail from the Robin.  However, I cannot offer any other ideas.


-----Original Message-----
Sent: 05 January 2006 17:17
Subject: Re: The future of Maelstrom

I agree with Brenda Archer.  Go ahead with Yahoo our deadline is only a
month away.

Angie Behnfeldt
Dayton, Ohio

-----Original Message-----
From: IGS Robin - List Manager <igsrobin@BEEB.NET>
Sent:         Thu, 5 Jan 2006 13:42:27 -0000
Subject:      The future of Maelstrom

   Hello IGSRobin members,

The future of the Maelstrom service provided by St John's University has
been under discussion for some time. The relevance of the service or the
content of much of the exchanges within the many mailing lists had be
questioned in it's relevance to Catholics. However the point that
had most bearing was that nearly all Universities have withdrawn this
of service and St John's has been generous to continue so long!

A decision has now been made about whether or not to continue and the
following was recently posted in the relevant place,

> ----------------------Original Message--------------------------
> Disconnect of Maelstrom service:
> The University is no longer in a position to support the Maelstrom
> List Service.  As of February 1, 2006, St. John's will discontinue
> the service.
> List owners should make arrangements to migrate to another service
> prior to the disconnect date.
> St. John's University
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------

So we have to discuss what we should do and to do it.

I will take it as read that we all wish the IGS Robin to continue as
an email discussion group. So where should we "migrate" to? Some
of the many Maelstrom List owners are getting together to set up
an alternative from scratch. This is still under discussion and
construction, with finance still to be sorted out, but the basic aim is
to provide a service for health and disability lists, and not aimed
at hobbyists like us! Even if we were accepted it is expected that
there will be a charge, each year

In the past when I have suggested a transfer to Onelist/Yahoo those
few that responded were not in favour, but it must now be an option,
not least because it is so easy to set up.

If any members have any knowledge or experience of other services
that would provide the same standard as Maelstrom, please let us

Please do post your views to the group so we all get to know what
the general feelings are.

David Barrett
IGSRobin list manager

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