Re: [BackpackGearTest] Re: Yahoo's fate...
- Since being an active participant in the list has its rewards, I would
prefer to have an e-mail list rather than a forum. It is easier and faster
for me to read and delete the high volume of e-mail we get, than to launch
a browser and look through multiple categories. On the other hand, a forum
would allow people to include pictures in their messages which would save
time chasing links in e-mail messages. No more broken links! Still, I
"Jack Corrigan" <k9sar@...> on 08/02/2002 01:14:53 PM
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Subject: Re: [BackpackGearTest] Re: Yahoo's fate...
Has the use of a "forum" been explored? I was always a fan of email. But it
seems where a single group has many different "topic/categories" that a
forum setup works well. I just recently found the AT forum one while
checking out SGT ROCK's site.
Jack, Cyber & Drager
----- Original Message -----
From: David Anderson
Shane Steinkamp writes:
> Something I don't think I've seen spoken about: What will become of
> Yahoo group once the website does go live? Are we still going to use
That is the plan, at least at the start.
- Hi Shane
Not sure if your question was answered or not, but anyway, we will continue
to use Yahoo! for the time being as a email group, but the files will go
over to the new website.
At 01:53 AM 03/08/2002, you wrote:
>Something I don't think I've seen spoken about: What will become of the--
>Yahoo group once the website does go live? Are we still going to use is for
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