On Tue, 17 Nov 1998, Bill Silvert wrote:
> I know that this echos a question that crops up from time to
> time, but the area is a bit different -- I run a number of
> scientific lists (fields like theoretical biology and marine
> ecology), and it looks like it is time to find a new host for
> these lists since the lifetime of the present server may be
> over soon. Does anyone know of a server that is generally
> agreeable to hosting such lists? All are respectable and
Texas Agricultural Extension Service hosts a number of Majordomo
Lists. We might be able to host your lists.
> All are respectable and non-profit.
Great! As a public sector institution, we abide by that approach.
Could you provide some info on list sizes and activity?
> Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
> Bill Silvert
> BIOME SysOp, Habitat Ecology Section, Bedford Institute of Oceanography
> P. O. Box 1006, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, CANADA B2Y 4A2. Tel. (902)426-1577
> URL http://www.mar.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/science/mesd/he/
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