[Rack] Flowers and a new list
glen at glenjarvis.com
Tue Jul 13 00:08:59 UTC 2010
Thanks Andy.. Yeah, once I have access, it's a breeze.. I've done list
management for years.. (ad nauseaum).. My first was on so long ago I think
dirt was just forming...
With that said, watch me do something stoopid..
Anyhow, thanks for doing this!
On Mon, Jul 12, 2010 at 4:51 PM, Andy Isaacson <adi at hexapodia.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 09, 2010 at 11:38:25AM -0700, Glen Jarvis wrote:
> Such pretty pixels.
> > Name of the list:
> > tastebridge
> > The Email Address that should be list owner:
> > glen at glenjarvis.com
> OK, created! You should have an introductory email from Mailman.
> The last time I read such an intro email it had a borken link, something
> like mailmanlistinfo -> mailman/listinfo (a missing / in the URL),
> so if you get a wiki error page instead of a Mailman login dialog,
> that's probably the issue. (And yes, I've tried to fix it, but I didn't
> > A short description of what the list is about:
> > For those interested in using bacterial cultures to create tasty
> > Current subjects include, but are not limited to, Kombucha, Yogurt,
> > Fermenting Milk, and a honey drink (called cooler).
> You can enter this in the web UI. You can also add people as additional
> moderators (although you'll be listowner forever, I don't think you can
> give away the listowner job without asking root).
> > I can subscribe the following individuals (or you can -- whichever is
> > easier):
> I generally let people subscribe themselves but I think there's a web UI
> for mass subscriptions if you want. (BTW, rack@ is archived just like
> noisebridge-discuss, so these names are public.)
Whatever you can do or imagine, begin it;
boldness has beauty, magic, and power in it.
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