archive: SETI@home list announcement

SETI@home list announcement

Larry Klaes ( lklaes@bbn.com )
Fri, 21 May 1999 08:11:24 -0400

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>Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 07:21:33 -0400
>To: lklaes@bbn.com
>From: Jeff Foust <jeff@spaceviews.com>
>Subject: SETI@home list announcement
>
>Hi Larry,
> Here's the text of the list announcement. There's a slightly longer
>version available online at
http://www.spaceviews.com/mediakit/pr1999-01.html.
>
>Jeff
>
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>Talkspace.net, a new site devoted to building space communities
>online, has created in cooperation with the online space publication
>SpaceViews a new discussion mailing list devoted to the
>extraordinarily popular SETI@home project. The new mailing list will
>allow SETI@home participants from around the world to answer
>questions and exchange information about the software.
>
>To subscribe, send e-mail to majordomo@klx.com with "subscribe
>setiathome" (without the quotes) in the body of the message. More
>information about the mailing list is available at
>http://www.talkspace.net/mlists/setiathome.html. A copy of the page
>is available at http://www.klx.com/talkspace/mlists/setiathome.html.
>Any questions about the list can be directed to Jeff Foust at
>jeff@spaceviews.com
>
>The SETI@home mailing list is the first project for talkspace.net
>(http://www.talkspace.net), an effort to develop communities of space
>enthusiasts and activists online that officially opens later this
>year. The list is cosponsored by SpaceViews
>(http://www.spaceviews.com), the online publication of space
>exploration.
>
>The SETI@home mailing list at talkspace.net is not an official list
>endorsed by the SETI@home project
>(http://setiathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/) or the University of California
>Berkeley.
>
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