INFO-PDP11 mailing list needs to move soon!

From: Jay West <>
Date: Sat Sep 18 07:04:23 1999

I have a full time domain, and a burstable 10mb ethernet connection to two
major backbones. I'd be willing to host the mailing list, and if desired
would consider "absorbing" the charge of registering a domain just for the

Jay West
-----Original Message-----
From: Bruce Lane <>
To: Discussion re-collecting of classic computers
Date: Saturday, September 18, 1999 1:43 AM
Subject: FW: INFO-PDP11 mailing list needs to move soon!

> If any of you have a full-time domain under your control, and could
>consider hosting the INFO-PDP11 mailing list server, please contact Pat
>Barron as noted in the attached message.
> Thanks. Attachment follows.
>-=-=- <snip> -=-=-
>On Thu, 16 Sep 1999 18:29:53 -0400 (EDT), in vmsnet.pdp-11 you wrote:
>>>From: Pat Barron <>
>>>Newsgroups: vmsnet.pdp-11
>>>Subject: INFO-PDP11 mailing list needs to move soon!
>>>Date: Thu, 16 Sep 1999 18:29:53 -0400 (EDT)
>>>Organization: Info-Pdp11<==>Vmsnet.Pdp-11 Gateway
>>>X-Gateway-Source-Info: Mailing List
>>>Lines: 19
>>>Content-Type: TEXT/PLAIN; charset=US-ASCII
>>>Mime-Version: 1.0
>>>Xref: vmsnet.pdp-11:71
>>>Due to some logistical changes at work, it appears that I will not be
>>>able to host the INFO-PDP11 mailing list here for much longer. I am
>>>currently seeking a volunteer to take over the care and feeding of this
>>>mailing list. The ideal candidate should have a mail server under
>>>direct control, with good Internet connectivity. If you use an
>>>automated list maintenance package like Majordomo, the actual time
>>>required for list administration is not substantial. If you might
>>>be willing to take on this task, please drop me a note and let me know.
>>>I have maintained this list for the last 11 years or so, and I've been
>>>very glad over that time to take care of this discussion list. The
>>>was the first "real" computer I ever used, and it was where I got all of
>>>my early experience with Unix kernel hacking, so it still holds a special
>>>place in my heart. However, for good or bad, it appears that I will
>>>[finally! ;-)] need to move on to other things - though even if/when the
>>>list does move, I'll still be a reader!
>Bruce Lane, Owner and head honcho,
>Blue Feather Technologies -- kyrrin (at) bluefeathertech [dot] com
>"...No matter how we may wish otherwise, our science can only describe an
>event, or living thing in our own human terms. It cannot possibly define
any of them..."
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