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[REBOL] Re: ML Host Offer

From: compkarori:g:mail at: 6-Oct-2009 21:00

Yea. On Wed, Oct 7, 2009 at 12:53 PM, Carl Read <> wrote:
> This is a good plan, so those in charge say "yes", please. > > -- Carl Read. > > On Tuesday, 6-October-2009 at 11:58:02 Tim Johnson wrote, > >> >>The following was sent out yesterday, and bounced back as >>undeliverable. So I have contacted Sunand, Tom Conlin and Carl. =A0It >>now looks like the ML is now (for the time being) recognizing me. >> >>------------------------------------------------------------------ >>In the 10 years that I have been on this mailing list there have >>been frequent outages - this last one was for over a week. >>That doesn't do the rebol community any good - and can certainly >>turn off prospective/new users. >> >>We have discussed in the past, using google groups. Carl has opposed >>that because he wishes to have intellectual property rights to the >>mail. Apparently google would claim that right. >> >>I would like to offer to host the ML on my server. My server is >>co-located with In the 9 years that I have hosted >>domains and other service with cniweb, they have never interrupted >>service. Their technical support is top-notch. Their owner, Corey >>Johnson (no relation) is always right on the mark. Furthermore, Carl >>will have full property rights. >> >>I want to say also, that cniweb has been rebol-friendly in all ways >>from the very beginning >> >>No strings attached. Let me know. We can make this happen later in >>this week or the next one. >> >>One caveat. The address *will* have to change, since it will no >>longer be under, but we should be able =A0set up a >>"rebolesque" domain name. >> >>regards >>-- >>Tim Johnson >> >> >>-- >>To unsubscribe from the list, just send an email to >>lists at with unsubscribe as the subject. >> >> > > -- > To unsubscribe from the list, just send an email to > lists at with unsubscribe as the subject. >
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