Hi ... W3C hosts a mailing list for discussion of Web services and related technology (email@example.com). Unlike ws-announce, firstname.lastname@example.org is a discussion list.
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, Dec 18 1:48 PM
On Tue, 18 Dec 2001, Tony Hong wrote:
> Not to propogate Yet Another List, but I've created a new yahoo group called
> "ws-announce" (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ws-announce) *specifically*
> for web services product and service announcements (please let me know if
> there is another list for this already - I don't want to reinvent the wheel)
> . It's unmoderated and open. I hope this list will satisfy vendor's
> announcment needs while keeping the soapbuilders discussion as focused on
> interop as possible.
W3C hosts a mailing list for discussion of Web services and related
technology (www-ws@...). Unlike ws-announce, www-ws@... is a
discussion list. I honestly have no opinion on whether an announce-only
list is a useful addition, but imagine that most such announcments would also be
worth sending to www-ws (please use 'ANNOUNCE:' in subject line so
listmembers can filter on that). I would suggest that the more
technical content the better for announcements to www-ws@..., though I
didn't set the list up or set the scope. Hugo Haas (cc:'d) might have more
thoughts on this.
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