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Re: GSBN:Re: GSBN open to the world

Thanks, Bill.  The most current conversations on the GSBN would seem to be
what most people would be looking for if/when the archives are opened to the
public.  Some, of course, would want to see everything - just in case - but
some of the older stuff is/could perhaps be outdated by now anyway.


on 1/19/03 11:15 PM, billc_lists@...

> Those are at http://SustainableSources.com/gsbnarchives/ with ID= straw
> and password = bale.
> But it's not near as easy to skim through those archives, as they're
> basically html-ized digest files.  Pretty raw, and you can't see the
> subject lines without opening each one.
> I'm thinking that if/when we open the archives, we don't bother with
> the older stuff unless someone wants to take what's there (or what's
> in my Eudora mailbox) and re-work it so that it's more user friendly.
> The user-unfriendlyness is the primary reason I set up the Yahoo archiving.
>> What came up for me was only messages through November 2002 and the exchange
>> between Chris & I wasn't in that time frame.  How do I get to older messages
>> - earlier in 2002.
>> Joyce
>> on 1/18/03 11:51 PM, billc_lists@...
>> billc_lists@...:
>>>> I can think of one or two rather embarassing exchange that Chris and I
>>>> inadvertently posted to SBN that I sure wouldn't want the world to see!  So
>>>> could there be some discrete editing - so that the archives revealed to the
>>>> masses would be on topics rather than personal exchanges.  There were other
>>>> personal exchanges which might be excluded from the "open" archives.
>>> Yes, that's certainly possible.  I'd have to delete the entire
>>> message - I can't tweak them.
>>> Go to http://groups.yahoo.com/group/GSBN-Greenbuilder/ and sign in as
>>> user = gsbn123 and password = bale123 .  Let me know the number of
>>> the post(s) that should be deleted.
>>> I just did a quick run-through and deleted a couple of mis-directed posts.
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