Sat Feb 14 15:27:51 NZDT 1998
OK, in reponse to Roger Hicks' posting below I've added the people named in
the headers of his message to a mailing list I've called nznog. The address
to send mail to is nznog@l... There's a fair amount else the
Majordomo and related software on that box can do, but there doesn't seem a
lot of point to explaining that just yet.
Could people receiving this please reply to me verifying that thye have
Oh, and I am interested in Arronb's ideas.
- Donald Neal
>From: Roger Hicks <RHICKS@c...>
>To: "'Donald Neal'" <d.neal@w...>
>Cc: "'Jamie Clark'" <JClark@o...>,
> "'arron scott'"
> Joe Abley <jabley@c...>
>Subject: RE: FW: NZNOG
>Date: Fri, 13 Feb 1998 14:56:11 +1300
>X-Mailer: Internet Mail Service (5.0.1458.49)
>Sorry for not responding I've been away from the office...
>I appreciate your offer of hosting a mail list (providing Joe doesn't
>think I'm doing him out of a job!). Can organise is with us (to: and
>cc:) on it, please. Aaron has made some interesting comments about the
>purpose of an NZNOG so may he can post this as a starting point.
>I suggest we get others to join in as well....... who should we start
>NB I'm also out next week
>On Thursday, February 12, 1998 1:35 PM, Donald Neal
>> At 12:54 PM 11/2/98 +1300, Joe Abley wrote:
>> >On Wed, 11 Feb 1998, Roger Hicks wrote:
>> >> Please excuse the long delay in circulating this. I had mentioned
>> >> different people but ended up getting side-tracked, going on
>> >> having to do work and other things ;-)
>> >> Donald and I discussed the (perrenial) issue of getting an NZNOG
>> >> Any comments??
>> >Sounds good... Who wants to run the mailing list? I can probably sort
>> >something out here (or at home), but it'll likely take me a little
>> I'm happy to add it to the fifty or so already run from here. I can do
>> this afternoon. (Well, actually all I need to do is clean out the
>> subscribers from the list which was created here in 1995 but never
>> - Donald Neal
>> Donald Neal | Q: How many programmers does it take to
>> Systems Programmer/Analyst | a light bulb?
>> The University of Waikato | A: Two. One always leaves half-way
>> through the
>> Hamilton, New Zealand | project.
Donald Neal | Q: How many programmers does it take to change
Systems Programmer/Analyst | a light bulb?
The University of Waikato | A: Two. One always leaves half-way
Hamilton, New Zealand | project.
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