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>Date: Wed, 18 Mar 1998 08:38:28 EST
>From: LeeH920226 <LeeH920226 at aol_com>
>Subject: Re: KillieTalk Digest V2 #95
> I am anxious to see if this response shows up in Killietalk Digest.
>have posted have not always. How does this happen? Are there preferred
>response addresses? Should a response go to killietalk at aka_org or to
>killies at killie_net or what or owner-killies at mejac_palo-alto.ca.us or is there
>a cross-posting? I sometimes see multiple copies and sometimes don't see ones
>that I've posted. The default reply in this case was Killietalk at AKA_org.
Lee, there seems to be some confusion here about the killietalk email list
and the killies list. These are two separate lists that are devoted to
discussion of killifish. The killies list has been around for a number of
years and is maintained by Richard Sexton. It has no official connection
with the AKA. Some months ago the AKA BOT authorized me to establish the
killietalk list, which is the one this message is appearing on. Killietalk
is officially sponsored by the AKA and is monitored by a number of BOT
members. One difference between the two lists is that killietalk is
moderated, meaning that I read all messages, but do NOT screen them before
they are posted to the list. In the event that someone behaves in an
offensive manner I would ask them to stop, and if they did not, I would
remove them. I am very glad to say that this has not happened and
killietalk is a polite and respectful forum to discuss issues related to
So, you should not expect messages posted to one list to appear on the
other. They are separate and independent, and there is no cross posting.
Hope this helps.
Barry Cooper, Chair email: bjc3 at cornell_edu
Department of Pathology Voice: (607)253-3336
College of Veterinary Medicine FAX: (607)253-3317
Ithaca, NY 14853