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Group: Core ... Discuss core issues [web-public]
BrianH:
31-Mar-2009
I think I saw it mentioned on Usenet. We had Joel Neely too - he 
wrote the R1 interpreter, which was so slow (because it was like 
Scheme) that Carl had to rewrite it from scratch: REBOL 2. That is 
why Neely flames REBOL on the Scheme lists.
Group: I'm new ... Ask any question, and a helpful person will try to answer. [web-public]
Paul:
22-May-2009
I understand Brock's view here.  I wouldn't want to see this community 
break down and become what you find on USENET or IRC.
Group: Announce ... Announcements only - use Ann-reply to chat [web-public]
Davide:
22-Dec-2005
A tiny news reader http://www.ddmind.com/modules.php?name=gdp_rforum

You can select the group adding the parameter ng:  http://www.ddmind.com/modules.php?name=gdp_rforum&ng=comp.lang.functional

Rebol pluging is used to connect and retrieve message, javascript 
is used to display posts, and as in ajax apps no need to refresh 
the page to get new messages.
PS Should be nice to have a comp.lang.rebol usenet group :-)
Group: #Boron ... Open Source REBOL Clone [web-public]
Anton:
12-Jul-2006
Maybe we could use Google Groups beta ?
http://groups.google.com/intl/en/googlegroups/about.html


create, join and search email-based mailing lists, and designate 
your group as either public or restricted.

Postings to both Usenet and mailing lists appear in 10 seconds and 
are indexed within 10 minutes.
Group: !REBOL3 Schemes ... Implementors guide [web-public]
BrianH:
13-Jan-2010
I use nntp all the time. It's also called Usenet.
Group: Red ... Red language group [web-public]
BrianH:
11-Mar-2011
What they are doing is using the Usenet message format in Google 
Groups, and that means ~78 character lines iirc. That format was 
designed for composing messages in terminals (like in R3 chat) or 
in special editors that use fonts like Courier when composing messages. 
It's surprising that they didn't relax the format a little for groups 
that aren't mirrored on the real Usenet, but when you "Show original" 
(in the "More options" section) the message is formatted for Usenet 
and email.