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  • Stephane Dumas
    Here a info from the newsgroup rec.arts.anime.misc thanks for reading, arigato Stéphane Dumas ... From: Rob Kelk Newsgroups:
    Message 1 of 5 , Jul 1, 2006
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      Here a info from the newsgroup rec.arts.anime.misc

      thanks for reading, arigato

      Stéphane Dumas

      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "Rob Kelk" <robkelk@...>
      Newsgroups: rec.arts.anime.fandom,rec.arts.anime.misc
      Sent: Saturday, July 01, 2006 4:27 PM
      Subject: [INFO] The rec.arts.anime.fandom FAQ


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      >
      >
      > The rec.arts.anime.fandom FAQ
      > =============================
      >
      > This document is an attempt to answer some of the more common
      > questions posted to <news:rec.arts.anime.fandom>.
      >
      > Comments, corrections, and suggestions for improvement should be sent
      > to the FAQ maintainer, Rob Kelk, at the address in the signature file.
      >
      > - ------------------------------
      >
      > Subject: Table of Contents
      >
      > Table of Contents
      > Where can I find this FAQ?
      > What is on-topic in rec.arts.anime.fandom?
      > Can I post my anime-related fanfic here?
      > All right, where *can* I post my anime-related fanfic?
      > Can I talk here about fanfics posted to other newsgroups?
      > What about fan art? Where can I post that?
      > Where can I find someone else's fanfics?
      > I'm looking for a ride to an anime convention - can I ask here?
      > Are there any anime clubs in my city?
      > Can I sell my old anime fan stuff here?
      >
      > - ------------------------------
      >
      > Subject: Where can I find this FAQ?
      >
      > This FAQ is currently posted monthly, on the first of the month, to
      > the newsgroup <news:rec.arts.anime.fandom>.
      >
      > It is also available on the FAQ maintainer's website, at
      > <http://robkelk.ottawa-anime.org/raaf.html>.
      >
      > - ------------------------------
      >
      > Subject: What is on-topic in rec.arts.anime.fandom?
      >
      > Here's the body of the control message that created
      > rec.arts.anime.fandom, posted on 18 April 1996:
      >
      >> rec.arts.anime.fandom is an unmoderated newsgroup which passed its
      >> vote for creation by 243:89 as reported in news.announce.newgroups
      >> on 13 Mar 1996.
      >>
      >> For your newsgroups file:
      >> rec.arts.anime.fandom Important issues concerning Japanese animation
      >> fans.
      >>
      >> The charter, culled from the vote result announcement:
      >>
      >> An unmoderated newsgroup for issues and topics of interest to anime
      >> fandom. For conventions reports, anime club concerns, and legal
      >> matters. Discussion of fan artwork, and fan literature. For the
      >> organization of fan translations projects, and discussion of fansub
      >> projects (availability, technology, etc). Advice on the creation
      >> and maintenance of Internet and WWW fan resources, and pointers to
      >> the same. For the discussion of important fan issues, such as
      >> starting a fan club, organizing conventions, editing newsletters and
      >> fanzines, etc. This group should not be used for the trading of
      >> fansubs nor for the posting of binary files.
      >
      > Somehow, that "etc." at the end of the list has been read to allow for
      > what many people call the "Stupid Fight Thread" - discussions of which
      > character from one anime could beat up which other character from
      > another anime.
      >
      > - ------------------------------
      >
      > Subject: Can I post my anime-related fanfic here?
      >
      > We'd rather that you didn't, actually. Fanfics tend to be hundreds,
      > if not thousands, of lines long, and a discussion group like
      > r.a.a.fandom isn't the right place for messages that are that big.
      > Remember, not everyone pays for their Usenet access by the month, and
      > long posts take more time to download than short posts do.
      >
      > Besides, while the charter says that discussion of fan literature is
      > on-topic, actual fan literature is not on-topic for the group.
      >
      > - ------------------------------
      >
      > Subject: All right, where *can* I post my anime-related fanfic?
      >
      > That depends on whether you think the story is finished.
      >
      > If your fanfic is still a work in progress, then you want to find some
      > pre-readers for it. Try posting a short message to r.a.a.fandom
      > saying that you're looking for pre-readers, and then e-mail a copy of
      > your fanfic to the people who reply. Alternately, you could subscribe
      > to the FanFiction Mailing List, or one of the mailing lists that
      > formed after the first shutdown of the FFML - links to these mailing
      > lists are available at
      > <http://www.geocities.com/zednik.geo/Refuge.htm>.
      >
      > If you consider your fanfic to be finished, then you should post it to
      > <news:rec.arts.anime.creative> (after reading that group's FAQ, found
      > at <http://www.gweep.ca/~robomod/rec.arts.anime.creative/>). This is
      > a moderated newsgroup, so your fanfic won't show up immediately! That
      > group's moderation team is pretty good about getting fanfics posted to
      > r.a.a.creative within a week of them being submitted - if it takes
      > longer than that, then there's probably some sort of problem with the
      > way your fanfic was posted and they're trying to get in touch with
      > you.
      >
      > Of course, you can also put a copy of your fanfic on your website,
      > whether the fanfic is finished or not. Please post a short message to
      > r.a.a.fandom saying where to find your fanfic if you do this. For
      > example:
      >> I've put a copy of my alternate-universe Oh My Goddess / Tenchi Muyo
      >> crossover fanfic "Ah! Mihoshi-sama" on my website. You can read it
      >> at <http://www.ottawa-anime.org/fanfics/mihoshi.html>.
      >
      > - ------------------------------
      >
      > Subject: Can I talk here about fanfics posted to other newsgroups?
      >
      > Certainly. "Discussion of fan artwork, and fan literature" is
      > specifically mentioned as being on-topic for this group.
      >
      > The rec.arts.anime.creative newsgroup sets the "Followup-To" header in
      > posts made there so that discussion of the fanfics is automatically
      > sent to rec.arts.anime.fandom.
      >
      > - ------------------------------
      >
      > Subject: What about fan art? Where can I post that?
      >
      > Like fanfiction, that depends on whether you think the artwork is
      > finished.
      >
      > If it is a finished work, then you can post it to
      > <news:rec.arts.anime.creative>, exactly the same as a finished work of
      > fanfiction.
      >
      > If it isn't a finished work, then you can post it to
      > <news:alt.binaries.pictures.anime>, then post a short message to
      > rec.arts.anime.fandom saying that you've done so.
      >
      > And you can always put your fanart on your web site. Again, please
      > post a short message saying you've done this.
      >
      > - ------------------------------
      >
      > Subject: Where can I find someone else's fanfics?
      >
      > They could be in any number of places.
      >
      > The first place to look is in the rec.arts.anime.creative archives,
      > found at <ftp://ftp.gweep.ca/pub/anime/anime-fan-works>. Every fanfic
      > posted to <news:rec.arts.anime.creative> can be found there.
      >
      > There is a list of fanfic sites in the DMOZ Open Directory Project, at
      > <http://www.dmoz.org/Arts/Animation/Anime/Fandom/Fan_Works/Fan_Fiction/>
      > .
      >
      > The Anime Web Turnpike also lists fanfic sites at
      > <http://www.anipike.com/index.php?cat=60>.
      >
      > - ------------------------------
      >
      > Subject: I'm looking for a ride to an anime convention - can I ask
      > here?
      >
      > Certainly. While asking for a ride to a convention isn't specifically
      > mentioned in the charter, it is a fan activity and is thus on-topic.
      >
      > Just be warned that you're going to be asking everyone in the world
      > for a ride, so be careful about how much personal information you give
      > when you ask. The safest way to ask for a ride is to say which
      > convention you want to attend and which city you're leaving from, and
      > ask people to e-mail their ride offers to you. You can then learn
      > something about the person offering the ride, and if you decide to
      > accept it, then you can set up a mutually-agreeable place and time to
      > be picked up.
      >
      > - ------------------------------
      >
      > Subject: Are there any anime clubs in my city?
      >
      > That's a short question, but the answer is far too long to give in a
      > FAQ. The Anime Web Turnpike lists anime clubs at
      > <http://www.anipike.com/index.php?cat=25>.
      >
      > Readers in the United Kingdom will likely find it easier to use
      > BritAnime's list of anime clubs, found at
      > <http://www.ryouko.demon.co.uk/ukclubs.htm>.
      >
      > - ------------------------------
      >
      > Subject: Can I sell my old anime fan stuff here?
      >
      > No. You're looking for <news:rec.arts.anime.marketplace>, which is a
      > much older newsgroup than r.a.a.fandom.
      >
      > - --
      > Rob Kelk <http://robkelk.ottawa-anime.org/> e-mail: s/deadspam/gmail/
      > "I'm *not* a kid! Nyyyeaaah!" - Skuld (in "Oh My Goddess!" OAV #3)
      > "When I became a man, I put away childish things, including the fear
      > of childishness and the desire to be very grown-up." - C.S. Lewis
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    • Stephane Dumas
      Here a info from alt.fan.sailor-moon thanks for reading, arigato Stéphane Dumas ... From: Rob Kelk Newsgroups:
      Message 2 of 5 , Dec 2, 2006
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        Here a info from alt.fan.sailor-moon thanks for reading, arigato

        Stéphane Dumas

        ----- Original Message -----
        From: "Rob Kelk" <robkelk@...>
        Newsgroups: rec.arts.anime.fandom,rec.arts.anime.misc
        Sent: Friday, December 01, 2006 5:15 PM
        Subject: [INFO] The rec.arts.anime.fandom FAQ


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        > Archive-name: <http://robkelk.ottawa-anime.org/faqs/raaf.html>
        > Posting-frequency: monthly, on the 1st
        > Last-modified: Tue 22 Feb 2005
        >
        >
        > The rec.arts.anime.fandom FAQ
        > =============================
        >
        > This document is an attempt to answer some of the more common
        > questions posted to <news:rec.arts.anime.fandom>.
        >
        > Comments, corrections, and suggestions for improvement should be sent
        > to the FAQ maintainer, Rob Kelk, at the address in the signature file.
        >
        > - ------------------------------
        >
        > Subject: Table of Contents
        >
        > Table of Contents
        > Where can I find this FAQ?
        > What is on-topic in rec.arts.anime.fandom?
        > Can I post my anime-related fanfic here?
        > All right, where *can* I post my anime-related fanfic?
        > Can I talk here about fanfics posted to other newsgroups?
        > What about fan art? Where can I post that?
        > Where can I find someone else's fanfics?
        > I'm looking for a ride to an anime convention - can I ask here?
        > Are there any anime clubs in my city?
        > Can I sell my old anime fan stuff here?
        >
        > - ------------------------------
        >
        > Subject: Where can I find this FAQ?
        >
        > This FAQ is currently posted monthly, on the first of the month, to
        > the newsgroup <news:rec.arts.anime.fandom>.
        >
        > It is also available on the FAQ maintainer's website, at
        > <http://robkelk.ottawa-anime.org/raaf.html>.
        >
        > - ------------------------------
        >
        > Subject: What is on-topic in rec.arts.anime.fandom?
        >
        > Here's the body of the control message that created
        > rec.arts.anime.fandom, posted on 18 April 1996:
        >
        >> rec.arts.anime.fandom is an unmoderated newsgroup which passed its
        >> vote for creation by 243:89 as reported in news.announce.newgroups
        >> on 13 Mar 1996.
        >>
        >> For your newsgroups file:
        >> rec.arts.anime.fandom Important issues concerning Japanese animation
        >> fans.
        >>
        >> The charter, culled from the vote result announcement:
        >>
        >> An unmoderated newsgroup for issues and topics of interest to anime
        >> fandom. For conventions reports, anime club concerns, and legal
        >> matters. Discussion of fan artwork, and fan literature. For the
        >> organization of fan translations projects, and discussion of fansub
        >> projects (availability, technology, etc). Advice on the creation
        >> and maintenance of Internet and WWW fan resources, and pointers to
        >> the same. For the discussion of important fan issues, such as
        >> starting a fan club, organizing conventions, editing newsletters and
        >> fanzines, etc. This group should not be used for the trading of
        >> fansubs nor for the posting of binary files.
        >
        > Somehow, that "etc." at the end of the list has been read to allow for
        > what many people call the "Stupid Fight Thread" - discussions of which
        > character from one anime could beat up which other character from
        > another anime.
        >
        > - ------------------------------
        >
        > Subject: Can I post my anime-related fanfic here?
        >
        > We'd rather that you didn't, actually. Fanfics tend to be hundreds,
        > if not thousands, of lines long, and a discussion group like
        > r.a.a.fandom isn't the right place for messages that are that big.
        > Remember, not everyone pays for their Usenet access by the month, and
        > long posts take more time to download than short posts do.
        >
        > Besides, while the charter says that discussion of fan literature is
        > on-topic, actual fan literature is not on-topic for the group.
        >
        > - ------------------------------
        >
        > Subject: All right, where *can* I post my anime-related fanfic?
        >
        > That depends on whether you think the story is finished.
        >
        > If your fanfic is still a work in progress, then you want to find some
        > pre-readers for it. Try posting a short message to r.a.a.fandom
        > saying that you're looking for pre-readers, and then e-mail a copy of
        > your fanfic to the people who reply. Alternately, you could subscribe
        > to the FanFiction Mailing List, or one of the mailing lists that
        > formed after the first shutdown of the FFML - links to these mailing
        > lists are available at
        > <http://www.geocities.com/zednik.geo/Refuge.htm>.
        >
        > If you consider your fanfic to be finished, then you should post it to
        > <news:rec.arts.anime.creative> (after reading that group's FAQ, found
        > at <http://www.gweep.ca/~robomod/rec.arts.anime.creative/>). This is
        > a moderated newsgroup, so your fanfic won't show up immediately! That
        > group's moderation team is pretty good about getting fanfics posted to
        > r.a.a.creative within a week of them being submitted - if it takes
        > longer than that, then there's probably some sort of problem with the
        > way your fanfic was posted and they're trying to get in touch with
        > you.
        >
        > Of course, you can also put a copy of your fanfic on your website,
        > whether the fanfic is finished or not. Please post a short message to
        > r.a.a.fandom saying where to find your fanfic if you do this. For
        > example:
        >> I've put a copy of my alternate-universe Oh My Goddess / Tenchi Muyo
        >> crossover fanfic "Ah! Mihoshi-sama" on my website. You can read it
        >> at <http://www.ottawa-anime.org/fanfics/mihoshi.html>.
        >
        > - ------------------------------
        >
        > Subject: Can I talk here about fanfics posted to other newsgroups?
        >
        > Certainly. "Discussion of fan artwork, and fan literature" is
        > specifically mentioned as being on-topic for this group.
        >
        > The rec.arts.anime.creative newsgroup sets the "Followup-To" header in
        > posts made there so that discussion of the fanfics is automatically
        > sent to rec.arts.anime.fandom.
        >
        > - ------------------------------
        >
        > Subject: What about fan art? Where can I post that?
        >
        > Like fanfiction, that depends on whether you think the artwork is
        > finished.
        >
        > If it is a finished work, then you can post it to
        > <news:rec.arts.anime.creative>, exactly the same as a finished work of
        > fanfiction.
        >
        > If it isn't a finished work, then you can post it to
        > <news:alt.binaries.pictures.anime>, then post a short message to
        > rec.arts.anime.fandom saying that you've done so.
        >
        > And you can always put your fanart on your web site. Again, please
        > post a short message saying you've done this.
        >
        > - ------------------------------
        >
        > Subject: Where can I find someone else's fanfics?
        >
        > They could be in any number of places.
        >
        > The first place to look is in the rec.arts.anime.creative archives,
        > found at <ftp://ftp.gweep.ca/pub/anime/anime-fan-works>. Every fanfic
        > posted to <news:rec.arts.anime.creative> can be found there.
        >
        > There is a list of fanfic sites in the DMOZ Open Directory Project, at
        > <http://www.dmoz.org/Arts/Animation/Anime/Fandom/Fan_Works/Fan_Fiction/>
        > .
        >
        > The Anime Web Turnpike also lists fanfic sites at
        > <http://www.anipike.com/index.php?cat=60>.
        >
        > - ------------------------------
        >
        > Subject: I'm looking for a ride to an anime convention - can I ask
        > here?
        >
        > Certainly. While asking for a ride to a convention isn't specifically
        > mentioned in the charter, it is a fan activity and is thus on-topic.
        >
        > Just be warned that you're going to be asking everyone in the world
        > for a ride, so be careful about how much personal information you give
        > when you ask. The safest way to ask for a ride is to say which
        > convention you want to attend and which city you're leaving from, and
        > ask people to e-mail their ride offers to you. You can then learn
        > something about the person offering the ride, and if you decide to
        > accept it, then you can set up a mutually-agreeable place and time to
        > be picked up.
        >
        > - ------------------------------
        >
        > Subject: Are there any anime clubs in my city?
        >
        > That's a short question, but the answer is far too long to give in a
        > FAQ. The Anime Web Turnpike lists anime clubs at
        > <http://www.anipike.com/index.php?cat=25>.
        >
        > Readers in the United Kingdom will likely find it easier to use
        > BritAnime's list of anime clubs, found at
        > <http://www.ryouko.demon.co.uk/ukclubs.htm>.
        >
        > - ------------------------------
        >
        > Subject: Can I sell my old anime fan stuff here?
        >
        > No. You're looking for <news:rec.arts.anime.marketplace>, which is a
        > much older newsgroup than r.a.a.fandom.
        >
        > - --
        > Rob Kelk <http://robkelk.ottawa-anime.org/> e-mail: s/deadspam/gmail/
        > "I'm *not* a kid! Nyyyeaaah!" - Skuld (in "Oh My Goddess!" OAV #3)
        > "When I became a man, I put away childish things, including the fear
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      • Stephane Dumas
        Here a info from the newsgroup rec.arts.anime.misc thanks for reading, arigato Stéphane Dumas ... From: Rob Kelk Newsgroups:
        Message 3 of 5 , Apr 3, 2007
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          Here a info from the newsgroup rec.arts.anime.misc thanks for reading,
          arigato

          Stéphane Dumas

          ----- Original Message -----
          From: "Rob Kelk" <robkelk@...>
          Newsgroups: rec.arts.anime.fandom,rec.arts.anime.misc
          Sent: Sunday, April 01, 2007 5:09 PM
          Subject: [INFO] The rec.arts.anime.fandom FAQ


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          > Archive-name: <http://robkelk.ottawa-anime.org/faqs/raaf.html>
          > Posting-frequency: monthly, on the 1st
          > Last-modified: Tue 22 Feb 2005
          >
          >
          > The rec.arts.anime.fandom FAQ
          > =============================
          >
          > This document is an attempt to answer some of the more common
          > questions posted to <news:rec.arts.anime.fandom>.
          >
          > Comments, corrections, and suggestions for improvement should be sent
          > to the FAQ maintainer, Rob Kelk, at the address in the signature file.
          >
          > - ------------------------------
          >
          > Subject: Table of Contents
          >
          > Table of Contents
          > Where can I find this FAQ?
          > What is on-topic in rec.arts.anime.fandom?
          > Can I post my anime-related fanfic here?
          > All right, where *can* I post my anime-related fanfic?
          > Can I talk here about fanfics posted to other newsgroups?
          > What about fan art? Where can I post that?
          > Where can I find someone else's fanfics?
          > I'm looking for a ride to an anime convention - can I ask here?
          > Are there any anime clubs in my city?
          > Can I sell my old anime fan stuff here?
          >
          > - ------------------------------
          >
          > Subject: Where can I find this FAQ?
          >
          > This FAQ is currently posted monthly, on the first of the month, to
          > the newsgroup <news:rec.arts.anime.fandom>.
          >
          > It is also available on the FAQ maintainer's website, at
          > <http://robkelk.ottawa-anime.org/raaf.html>.
          >
          > - ------------------------------
          >
          > Subject: What is on-topic in rec.arts.anime.fandom?
          >
          > Here's the body of the control message that created
          > rec.arts.anime.fandom, posted on 18 April 1996:
          >
          >> rec.arts.anime.fandom is an unmoderated newsgroup which passed its
          >> vote for creation by 243:89 as reported in news.announce.newgroups
          >> on 13 Mar 1996.
          >>
          >> For your newsgroups file:
          >> rec.arts.anime.fandom Important issues concerning Japanese animation
          >> fans.
          >>
          >> The charter, culled from the vote result announcement:
          >>
          >> An unmoderated newsgroup for issues and topics of interest to anime
          >> fandom. For conventions reports, anime club concerns, and legal
          >> matters. Discussion of fan artwork, and fan literature. For the
          >> organization of fan translations projects, and discussion of fansub
          >> projects (availability, technology, etc). Advice on the creation
          >> and maintenance of Internet and WWW fan resources, and pointers to
          >> the same. For the discussion of important fan issues, such as
          >> starting a fan club, organizing conventions, editing newsletters and
          >> fanzines, etc. This group should not be used for the trading of
          >> fansubs nor for the posting of binary files.
          >
          > Somehow, that "etc." at the end of the list has been read to allow for
          > what many people call the "Stupid Fight Thread" - discussions of which
          > character from one anime could beat up which other character from
          > another anime.
          >
          > - ------------------------------
          >
          > Subject: Can I post my anime-related fanfic here?
          >
          > We'd rather that you didn't, actually. Fanfics tend to be hundreds,
          > if not thousands, of lines long, and a discussion group like
          > r.a.a.fandom isn't the right place for messages that are that big.
          > Remember, not everyone pays for their Usenet access by the month, and
          > long posts take more time to download than short posts do.
          >
          > Besides, while the charter says that discussion of fan literature is
          > on-topic, actual fan literature is not on-topic for the group.
          >
          > - ------------------------------
          >
          > Subject: All right, where *can* I post my anime-related fanfic?
          >
          > That depends on whether you think the story is finished.
          >
          > If your fanfic is still a work in progress, then you want to find some
          > pre-readers for it. Try posting a short message to r.a.a.fandom
          > saying that you're looking for pre-readers, and then e-mail a copy of
          > your fanfic to the people who reply. Alternately, you could subscribe
          > to the FanFiction Mailing List, or one of the mailing lists that
          > formed after the first shutdown of the FFML - links to these mailing
          > lists are available at
          > <http://www.geocities.com/zednik.geo/Refuge.htm>.
          >
          > If you consider your fanfic to be finished, then you should post it to
          > <news:rec.arts.anime.creative> (after reading that group's FAQ, found
          > at <http://www.gweep.ca/~robomod/rec.arts.anime.creative/>). This is
          > a moderated newsgroup, so your fanfic won't show up immediately! That
          > group's moderation team is pretty good about getting fanfics posted to
          > r.a.a.creative within a week of them being submitted - if it takes
          > longer than that, then there's probably some sort of problem with the
          > way your fanfic was posted and they're trying to get in touch with
          > you.
          >
          > Of course, you can also put a copy of your fanfic on your website,
          > whether the fanfic is finished or not. Please post a short message to
          > r.a.a.fandom saying where to find your fanfic if you do this. For
          > example:
          >> I've put a copy of my alternate-universe Oh My Goddess / Tenchi Muyo
          >> crossover fanfic "Ah! Mihoshi-sama" on my website. You can read it
          >> at <http://www.ottawa-anime.org/fanfics/mihoshi.html>.
          >
          > - ------------------------------
          >
          > Subject: Can I talk here about fanfics posted to other newsgroups?
          >
          > Certainly. "Discussion of fan artwork, and fan literature" is
          > specifically mentioned as being on-topic for this group.
          >
          > The rec.arts.anime.creative newsgroup sets the "Followup-To" header in
          > posts made there so that discussion of the fanfics is automatically
          > sent to rec.arts.anime.fandom.
          >
          > - ------------------------------
          >
          > Subject: What about fan art? Where can I post that?
          >
          > Like fanfiction, that depends on whether you think the artwork is
          > finished.
          >
          > If it is a finished work, then you can post it to
          > <news:rec.arts.anime.creative>, exactly the same as a finished work of
          > fanfiction.
          >
          > If it isn't a finished work, then you can post it to
          > <news:alt.binaries.pictures.anime>, then post a short message to
          > rec.arts.anime.fandom saying that you've done so.
          >
          > And you can always put your fanart on your web site. Again, please
          > post a short message saying you've done this.
          >
          > - ------------------------------
          >
          > Subject: Where can I find someone else's fanfics?
          >
          > They could be in any number of places.
          >
          > The first place to look is in the rec.arts.anime.creative archives,
          > found at <ftp://ftp.gweep.ca/pub/anime/anime-fan-works>. Every fanfic
          > posted to <news:rec.arts.anime.creative> can be found there.
          >
          > There is a list of fanfic sites in the DMOZ Open Directory Project, at
          > <http://www.dmoz.org/Arts/Animation/Anime/Fandom/Fan_Works/Fan_Fiction/>
          > .
          >
          > The Anime Web Turnpike also lists fanfic sites at
          > <http://www.anipike.com/index.php?cat=60>.
          >
          > - ------------------------------
          >
          > Subject: I'm looking for a ride to an anime convention - can I ask
          > here?
          >
          > Certainly. While asking for a ride to a convention isn't specifically
          > mentioned in the charter, it is a fan activity and is thus on-topic.
          >
          > Just be warned that you're going to be asking everyone in the world
          > for a ride, so be careful about how much personal information you give
          > when you ask. The safest way to ask for a ride is to say which
          > convention you want to attend and which city you're leaving from, and
          > ask people to e-mail their ride offers to you. You can then learn
          > something about the person offering the ride, and if you decide to
          > accept it, then you can set up a mutually-agreeable place and time to
          > be picked up.
          >
          > - ------------------------------
          >
          > Subject: Are there any anime clubs in my city?
          >
          > That's a short question, but the answer is far too long to give in a
          > FAQ. The Anime Web Turnpike lists anime clubs at
          > <http://www.anipike.com/index.php?cat=25>.
          >
          > Readers in the United Kingdom will likely find it easier to use
          > BritAnime's list of anime clubs, found at
          > <http://www.ryouko.demon.co.uk/ukclubs.htm>.
          >
          > - ------------------------------
          >
          > Subject: Can I sell my old anime fan stuff here?
          >
          > No. You're looking for <news:rec.arts.anime.marketplace>, which is a
          > much older newsgroup than r.a.a.fandom.
          >
          > - --
          > Rob Kelk <http://robkelk.ottawa-anime.org/> e-mail: s/deadspam/gmail/
          > "I'm *not* a kid! Nyyyeaaah!" - Skuld (in "Oh My Goddess!" OAV #3)
          > "When I became a man, I put away childish things, including the fear
          > of childishness and the desire to be very grown-up." - C.S. Lewis
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        • Stephane Dumas
          here a info from the newsgroup rec.arts.anime.misc, thanks for reading,arigato Stéphane Dumas ... From: Rob Kelk Newsgroups:
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            here a info from the newsgroup rec.arts.anime.misc, thanks for
            reading,arigato

            Stéphane Dumas

            ----- Original Message -----
            From: "Rob Kelk" <robkelk@...>
            Newsgroups: rec.arts.anime.fandom,rec.arts.anime.misc
            Sent: Tuesday, May 01, 2007 7:00 PM
            Subject: [INFO] The rec.arts.anime.fandom FAQ


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            > Archive-name: <http://robkelk.ottawa-anime.org/faqs/raaf.html>
            > Posting-frequency: monthly, on the 1st
            > Last-modified: Tue 22 Feb 2005
            >
            >
            > The rec.arts.anime.fandom FAQ
            > =============================
            >
            > This document is an attempt to answer some of the more common
            > questions posted to <news:rec.arts.anime.fandom>.
            >
            > Comments, corrections, and suggestions for improvement should be sent
            > to the FAQ maintainer, Rob Kelk, at the address in the signature file.
            >
            > - ------------------------------
            >
            > Subject: Table of Contents
            >
            > Table of Contents
            > Where can I find this FAQ?
            > What is on-topic in rec.arts.anime.fandom?
            > Can I post my anime-related fanfic here?
            > All right, where *can* I post my anime-related fanfic?
            > Can I talk here about fanfics posted to other newsgroups?
            > What about fan art? Where can I post that?
            > Where can I find someone else's fanfics?
            > I'm looking for a ride to an anime convention - can I ask here?
            > Are there any anime clubs in my city?
            > Can I sell my old anime fan stuff here?
            >
            > - ------------------------------
            >
            > Subject: Where can I find this FAQ?
            >
            > This FAQ is currently posted monthly, on the first of the month, to
            > the newsgroup <news:rec.arts.anime.fandom>.
            >
            > It is also available on the FAQ maintainer's website, at
            > <http://robkelk.ottawa-anime.org/raaf.html>.
            >
            > - ------------------------------
            >
            > Subject: What is on-topic in rec.arts.anime.fandom?
            >
            > Here's the body of the control message that created
            > rec.arts.anime.fandom, posted on 18 April 1996:
            >
            >> rec.arts.anime.fandom is an unmoderated newsgroup which passed its
            >> vote for creation by 243:89 as reported in news.announce.newgroups
            >> on 13 Mar 1996.
            >>
            >> For your newsgroups file:
            >> rec.arts.anime.fandom Important issues concerning Japanese animation
            >> fans.
            >>
            >> The charter, culled from the vote result announcement:
            >>
            >> An unmoderated newsgroup for issues and topics of interest to anime
            >> fandom. For conventions reports, anime club concerns, and legal
            >> matters. Discussion of fan artwork, and fan literature. For the
            >> organization of fan translations projects, and discussion of fansub
            >> projects (availability, technology, etc). Advice on the creation
            >> and maintenance of Internet and WWW fan resources, and pointers to
            >> the same. For the discussion of important fan issues, such as
            >> starting a fan club, organizing conventions, editing newsletters and
            >> fanzines, etc. This group should not be used for the trading of
            >> fansubs nor for the posting of binary files.
            >
            > Somehow, that "etc." at the end of the list has been read to allow for
            > what many people call the "Stupid Fight Thread" - discussions of which
            > character from one anime could beat up which other character from
            > another anime.
            >
            > - ------------------------------
            >
            > Subject: Can I post my anime-related fanfic here?
            >
            > We'd rather that you didn't, actually. Fanfics tend to be hundreds,
            > if not thousands, of lines long, and a discussion group like
            > r.a.a.fandom isn't the right place for messages that are that big.
            > Remember, not everyone pays for their Usenet access by the month, and
            > long posts take more time to download than short posts do.
            >
            > Besides, while the charter says that discussion of fan literature is
            > on-topic, actual fan literature is not on-topic for the group.
            >
            > - ------------------------------
            >
            > Subject: All right, where *can* I post my anime-related fanfic?
            >
            > That depends on whether you think the story is finished.
            >
            > If your fanfic is still a work in progress, then you want to find some
            > pre-readers for it. Try posting a short message to r.a.a.fandom
            > saying that you're looking for pre-readers, and then e-mail a copy of
            > your fanfic to the people who reply. Alternately, you could subscribe
            > to the FanFiction Mailing List, or one of the mailing lists that
            > formed after the first shutdown of the FFML - links to these mailing
            > lists are available at
            > <http://www.geocities.com/zednik.geo/Refuge.htm>.
            >
            > If you consider your fanfic to be finished, then you should post it to
            > <news:rec.arts.anime.creative> (after reading that group's FAQ, found
            > at <http://www.gweep.ca/~robomod/rec.arts.anime.creative/>). This is
            > a moderated newsgroup, so your fanfic won't show up immediately! That
            > group's moderation team is pretty good about getting fanfics posted to
            > r.a.a.creative within a week of them being submitted - if it takes
            > longer than that, then there's probably some sort of problem with the
            > way your fanfic was posted and they're trying to get in touch with
            > you.
            >
            > Of course, you can also put a copy of your fanfic on your website,
            > whether the fanfic is finished or not. Please post a short message to
            > r.a.a.fandom saying where to find your fanfic if you do this. For
            > example:
            >> I've put a copy of my alternate-universe Oh My Goddess / Tenchi Muyo
            >> crossover fanfic "Ah! Mihoshi-sama" on my website. You can read it
            >> at <http://www.ottawa-anime.org/fanfics/mihoshi.html>.
            >
            > - ------------------------------
            >
            > Subject: Can I talk here about fanfics posted to other newsgroups?
            >
            > Certainly. "Discussion of fan artwork, and fan literature" is
            > specifically mentioned as being on-topic for this group.
            >
            > The rec.arts.anime.creative newsgroup sets the "Followup-To" header in
            > posts made there so that discussion of the fanfics is automatically
            > sent to rec.arts.anime.fandom.
            >
            > - ------------------------------
            >
            > Subject: What about fan art? Where can I post that?
            >
            > Like fanfiction, that depends on whether you think the artwork is
            > finished.
            >
            > If it is a finished work, then you can post it to
            > <news:rec.arts.anime.creative>, exactly the same as a finished work of
            > fanfiction.
            >
            > If it isn't a finished work, then you can post it to
            > <news:alt.binaries.pictures.anime>, then post a short message to
            > rec.arts.anime.fandom saying that you've done so.
            >
            > And you can always put your fanart on your web site. Again, please
            > post a short message saying you've done this.
            >
            > - ------------------------------
            >
            > Subject: Where can I find someone else's fanfics?
            >
            > They could be in any number of places.
            >
            > The first place to look is in the rec.arts.anime.creative archives,
            > found at <ftp://ftp.gweep.ca/pub/anime/anime-fan-works>. Every fanfic
            > posted to <news:rec.arts.anime.creative> can be found there.
            >
            > There is a list of fanfic sites in the DMOZ Open Directory Project, at
            > <http://www.dmoz.org/Arts/Animation/Anime/Fandom/Fan_Works/Fan_Fiction/>
            > .
            >
            > The Anime Web Turnpike also lists fanfic sites at
            > <http://www.anipike.com/index.php?cat=60>.
            >
            > - ------------------------------
            >
            > Subject: I'm looking for a ride to an anime convention - can I ask
            > here?
            >
            > Certainly. While asking for a ride to a convention isn't specifically
            > mentioned in the charter, it is a fan activity and is thus on-topic.
            >
            > Just be warned that you're going to be asking everyone in the world
            > for a ride, so be careful about how much personal information you give
            > when you ask. The safest way to ask for a ride is to say which
            > convention you want to attend and which city you're leaving from, and
            > ask people to e-mail their ride offers to you. You can then learn
            > something about the person offering the ride, and if you decide to
            > accept it, then you can set up a mutually-agreeable place and time to
            > be picked up.
            >
            > - ------------------------------
            >
            > Subject: Are there any anime clubs in my city?
            >
            > That's a short question, but the answer is far too long to give in a
            > FAQ. The Anime Web Turnpike lists anime clubs at
            > <http://www.anipike.com/index.php?cat=25>.
            >
            > Readers in the United Kingdom will likely find it easier to use
            > BritAnime's list of anime clubs, found at
            > <http://www.ryouko.demon.co.uk/ukclubs.htm>.
            >
            > - ------------------------------
            >
            > Subject: Can I sell my old anime fan stuff here?
            >
            > No. You're looking for <news:rec.arts.anime.marketplace>, which is a
            > much older newsgroup than r.a.a.fandom.
            >
            > - --
            > Rob Kelk <http://robkelk.ottawa-anime.org/> e-mail: s/deadspam/gmail/
            > "I'm *not* a kid! Nyyyeaaah!" - Skuld (in "Oh My Goddess!" OAV #3)
            > "When I became a man, I put away childish things, including the fear
            > of childishness and the desire to be very grown-up." - C.S. Lewis
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