[Harp-L] Re: harp-l "forum" in future?
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- From: patpowers <patpowers@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 19 Sep 2014 08:37:40 -0400 (EDT)
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I just use the "Digest" method. When I first signed on I was getting a bunch of individual posts in my inbox every day, but the digest method combines about 8 to 12 posts (depending n the size) into each email. Now I have much less email in my inbox and I can read through the digests at my leisure. The only drawback I can think of to using this method is you don't get the posts "real time", but I don't think there's anything on here that warrants that level of urgency.
Just be careful when replying to not included the entire digest. ..LOL ..been there, done that!
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> Just wondering if there has ever been any talk of moving harp-l from an
> email list to a standard online "forum".
> And if not I'm curious about the reasons... other than "this is the way we
> have always done it" :)
> I've used email list for years but over recent years have become fond of
> the 'forum' format.
> Anther concern is membership. It is fairly easy to discover online forums
> and there are a number of active harmonica forums... The email list is, in
> the opinion of many, old technology and is not as 'visible' to, other than
> the most aggressive, potential new members.
> But, maybe the email list keeps it more exclusive... I dunno?
> bth, who are the list admins and/or owners? Just wondering.
> No problem either way. Great group.
> *figure it out*
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