Techology-related hobbies and groups
The revolving Irvington Cocktail Club mailing list
party & bullshit
A way for me to share information with my friends about outdoor survival gear that I've bought and tested.
Discussion forum for swedish Rubiks cube enthusiasts
A World wide collector support group to share information on Luger PO8 History, locate matching serial # parts, List/Sell/Post wanted parts and provide a forum for collectors for general discussion.
TapeVille is a discussion list for people who use audio cassette tapes, VHS (videotapes), or any other kind of recording tape; even DAT tapes. Discussion topics include fancy or funny things done with tape (speed up, slow down, reverse playback, tape looping, tape delay) to different ways to convert tapes into other formats, such as digital.
Mailing list to co-ordinate the non-profit group for supervision/intervision for consultants and agile coaches in the Rhein-Main area in Germany
The list should promote the discussion about climate as a crucial problem of society in framework of the ESF process. The aim is a society of free socially equal individuals which live in solidarity and in a healthy nature
We love Taekwondo and want to keep our pupils on track about latest developments and training news about our sport. Our club on located in Karlsruhe (Germany). We try to improve our internal communications by freelists.org
This mailing list should enable the users of Team OiDs Free Routable Garmin Maps to discuss problems and questions with other users, provide feedback and hints to the developer.
The UYIP mailing list is for Understanding Yiddish Information Processing. This list is primarily for people interested in discussing and learning the technical details of using computers for various aspects of processing information in the Yiddish language, as well as such related topics as Yiddish computer terminology and using Yiddish on the Internet.
The list consists of Library & Information Science Professionals in Chennai.
A general mailing list for the members and friends of the Canadian Haiku User Group.
This list is to announce to subscribers significant changes to the Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) Signal in Space (SIS).
This is a list to facilitate discussion and advocacy regarding the problem of the inaccessibility of many antivirus/antimalware programs with screen readers.