Techology-related hobbies and groups
IEUG List for Ecometry Software
Lista para usuarios de estaciones de trabajo Amiga, en Mexico y naciones hermanas de sudamerica. No Warez, ni Emulos solo Amigueros de corazon y con Agnus en el cerebelo. :)
Timur's Kernel allows to operate the N7 2013 tablet in USB host mode and to charge it at the same time.
News and Announcements from OpenRally.org.
An open forum for discussion between genealogy Web site county coordinators to better their Web sites and the entire project.
an email list for residents of Mount Washington, a neighborhood in Baltimore, Maryland to discuss available local and national ISPs, high-speed 'Net services, and the occasional tech help request in our area, as well as plans for a wireless network covering the entire neighborhood.
This list will be used to enhance communication between the 21 Texas Horseshoe Pitchers Association tournament directors.
list for G2I participants and tech development for MySQL/PHP database. Users will be able to post messages and questions on development of the free user database slated for completion Q2 2008
This is a list for parents, teachers and community members at Southside Family School. In line with our social justice mission, we want new leadership that will do whatever it takes to keep our teachers.
Mailing list and discussion for Friends of Gillett Pond
This list is for members, families and friends of the Arvon Road Allotments Group in North London to share their knowledge, ideas and questions about gardening, ecological issues, woodland management and urban wildlife. The historical and evolving concept of allotments/urban gardening will also be a topic of conversation, including issues such as who should have access to urban allotments, and how they should be managed.
Community Safety Mailing List - Anything not clearly related to community safety should be communicated via other means.
This list will be a base of communication for a group of people interested in researching and writing for a project to create a guidebook for mental health professionals working with blind or visually impaired clients. We will discuss such things as the current treatment of blind and visually impaired clients in the mental health system, interviews of blind or VI clients and mental health professionals about how they would like to see things change for blind or VI people, the interaction of social workers, therapists, and psychiatrists with blind and VI clients both in outpatient and inpatient settings, and research into a better practice of working with blind and VI clients. The goal of the list is to write the guidebook and promote its position in as many mental health libraries and hospitals as possible so more people will be educated on the proper method of working with blind and VI clients. The typical member will be a person connected to the mental health system in one way or another (as a client, therapist, social worker, or psychiatrist) who is interested in researching or writing a part of the guidebook. After the guidebook is written, the list will continue to thrive as we promote and discuss the best mmethods of getting the guidebook out to the mental health system.
The VIAAA is a group of people located in Austria who organize yearly cart championships with four up to six races per year. This list is to organize communication among its members.
Welcome to the Guide Dog Chat list! This is a safe and fun guide dog team community where you can ask for advice, voice your opinion, chit chat and just be yourself. We, as a guide dog user community, welcome any discussion or comments you might have. Although this forum is primarily for guide dog users, everyone is welcome, all opinions are valued here at Guide Dog Chat. The members of this list represent a wide range of backgrounds, beliefs, personalities and self-identities. We encourage you to join the conversations. However, violations of list rules or personal attacks will not be tolerated. Please read the following forum rules before posting in the community: 1. Keep it affirmative. This is a supportive environment where we can freely exchange ideas and provide constructive advice and information. Personal attacks or inflammatory language disrupts the affirmative nature of the list. So, let's keep our cool and refrain from using hurtful or harmful language. Translation: We will not always agree but we can disagree without causing a scene. 2. Save the SPAM. One of the things that makes this community great is our full participation in the threads and discussions taking place. Posting messages with the sole purpose of soliciting a product or plugging a blog or site, interrupts the flow of conversation and detracts from the advice-driven purpose of the forum. Please refrain from posting links to products, blogs or sites unless it is in direct relation to the topic at hand. 3. Please stay (reasonably) on topic. Wildly going off topic detracts from the other personís post, and could be seen to make light of their problem/discussion. Repeat thread hijackers will have their messages moderated, or banned, after reasonable warning from list moderaters. To change the message focus, simply choose a new subject line. 4. Signature lines plugs are OK. Just wrote a book or edit a blog? Want to plug your MySpace, Twitter or Facebook page? Feel free to place your html tags in your signature line and not in the body of the message. 5. Don't share personal contact information to the list. Even though this is a safe community, it's never a good idea to post your phone number, or mailing address. All posted numbers and addresses will be deleted by the moderators. Please remember that if you wish to share your personal information, do so off-list! 6. Moderators have discretion. The moderators reserve the right to delete any post or suspend/ban any member for violation of the above rules. Please direct any comments or concerns to the list owner.