Special Interest

Techology-related hobbies and groups

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wye natural bees

An informal group of people from around the Wye Valley, interested in all aspects of natural beekeeping and caring for bees in many different ways.

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Nelson Pickleball

All correspondence for the players of Pickleball in Nelson BC Canada

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Project Vidyalaya localization

We are a group of volunteers trying to spread Free Software philosophy through advocacy and evangelism. We are also working on small free software projects. We work primarily in small cities in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.

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Lebendige Gemeinde Achterwehr

Mailingliste des Vereins Lebendige Gemeinde Achterwehr.

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Oxfordshire Natural Beekeepers

OxNatBees is an informal mutual support network for beginners and experienced beeks who aspire to practise bee-centric, low intervention, and chemical-free beekeeping in Oxfordshire.

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ARDXC Magazine

List to distribute radio club magazine. The club has been going since the 60's and covers shortwave, AM, FM, amateur and utility listening.

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htcmeditation

Enthusiastic people at the High Tech Campus - Eindhoven - The Netherlands, who wish to help ourselves and others through calm meditation. The list's main purpose is to remind people of meditation sessions or to remind people about changes in location or time. Secondary purpose is to inform eachother about interesting things/events/workshops related to meditation.

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RCKL

Free Kayaking Network. RCKL is a growing community of french kayakers, sharing their passion for the sport. The ultimate goal of the RCKL is to become a major reference for kayaking, outside competition.

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Three Rivers Beekeepers Association TN

Mailing list for the Three Rivers Beekeepers Association beekeeping club in middle Tennessee

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Shillelagh Walking Sticks 34"-36"

Subscribe to this list to keep up to date on new stock being added to our 34-36 Walking Sticks page at www.oldeshillelagh.com/34-36. We get many 100's of requests from people who want to be notified when a certain type of stick will be listed on our website. It is not practical for us to keep track of all these people. Many collectors and enthusiasts have been asking about a mailing list for years, so here it is. Enter your email address below to Subscribe or Unsubscribe!

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VIBUG Announce

Announcement list for VIBUG, (visually impaired and blind technology users group in Boston, Massachusetts

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IOTAList

An International community of Independent Service Dog Owner Trainers that share resources, tips, tricks and techniques from around the globe.

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MUMSFS

MUMSFS is essentially a very open and friendly sci-fi themed LJ-users meetup group that meets in a broad swath of the Washington DC Metro area, including Montgomery County, PG County, and Northern Virginia.

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Soggi Members

This list is for routine communication among the members (about 40 people) of a model airplane building and flying hobby group, the Southern Ontario Glider Group, Inc. (see our website for more details -www.soggi.ca) .

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Students Association of Information Technology,USIT, GGSIPU

The Student's Association of Information Technology(SAiNT) was set up with a view to promote various activities amongst its members, including the students of School of Information Technology. It also organises seminars, conferences, workshops, industry meets, Guest Lectures, etc. for the benefits of the students of the society and also organizes quizzes, debates, programming contests etc. on an intra university as well as inter university level. SAiNT, untill recently was responsible for taking care of the yearly annual technical fest of our college 'INFOEXPRESSION'. It was later decided that we also need to work on active technology, so that the SAiNT lives past its 'infox' only image. For this purpose, we have recently setup a set of four clubs that will be under SAiNT. These clubs are 1)Compter Security: Here issues of cryptography,making websites secure from attacks, encryption etc will be dealt with. 2)GNU/Linux: everything related to linux and its related application, use of linux, promoting linux, development issues will be the center of this club.The aim would be to make students try to make a shift to linux and excel on that. 3)Software Development:here the core development of software will be done, in languages like C/C++/JAVA and similar languages. We'll bepicking up projects initially from the campus and then possibly out of it, if we can proove we can build stable software. The develpment will be all documented throughout and made sure it can be tracked back for any changes/maintainance. 4)Website Development:We are trying to shift to a new website to indicate all our activities over there.also membership links, SAiNT's oouw constituion,hierarchy etc will be listed there. This club will discuss everything related to hosting/designing/maintaing websites. Currently we are discussing usage of CMS for the site.

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