I like these formus!

I like these forums!

Michael has setup a new mailing list, which I also subscribed to, but personally prefer web boards.

I don't think the problem is with the method (mailing vs. web board) I think it is just that lately nobody has much to say, or perhaps we are not advertising this website enough at our meetings???

Comments?

Comments

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P.S. This is x86odyssey AGAIN!

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It couldn't have anything to do with me having a dozen passwords in the past six months; could it ?

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[quote="Anonymous"]We definitely don't have a lack of available communication methods. I'm not sure why there's low participation. Specifically mentioning the available options at the meetings might stir up interest and activity. james[/quote] I made it a point to mention the various options at our last meeting and plan on doing so at future meetings as well.

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[quote="db"]I like these forums![/quote] I like them too but some people have a preference for e-mail lists versus web based forums. It's nice to be able to participate in whichever medium you feel comfortable. [quote="db"] Michael has setup a new mailing list, which I also subscribed to, but personally prefer web boards. I don't think the problem is with the method (mailing vs. web board) I think it is just that lately nobody has much to say, or perhaps we are not advertising this website enough at our meetings??? Comments?[/quote] We definitely don't have a lack of available communication methods. I'm not sure why there's low participation. Specifically mentioning the available options at the meetings might stir up interest and activity.

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We definitely don't have a lack of available communication methods. I'm not sure why there's low participation. Specifically mentioning the available options at the meetings might stir up interest and activity.

james