Techology-related hobbies and groups
Shine on, Moonlightenment email list
The National Community Development Association (NCDA) Region I listserv provides an outlet for HUD program practitioners to learn about and explore technological resources in the areas of CDBG; HOME; HEARTH; and other HUD programs. Discussions will include topics on HUD systems including IDIS project/activity setup, drawdowns, and reporting; Consolidated Planning; CAPER; e-SNAPS; LOCCS; CPD Maps; etc. This list is for members only.
Stay informed about the Windsurfing events in Greece and all over the world. Learn more about the latest Windsurfing Industry technological achievements for the newest high-tech and high-end sailboards, musts and sails.
This list regroups former students of the Lyceum for the Information Technologies (LIT), Moscow. Relevant topics include IT news (world & Russia), IT for linguistic purposes, and more. Discussions are to be held in Russian and/or English.
Discussion and determinations on the Solardorf in northern germany. More see www.ossenmoorring.de
Mailverteiler des Capoeira Grundkurses des Hochschulsport Hannover. Capoeira ist ein brasilianischer Tanzkampf. In dieser Mailingliste tauschen wir uns ueber aktuelle Traingszeiten, etc. aus
The new and fully functioning mailing list of the WebValley research camp. Discussions about solar energy and technological application (in IT) of renewable energies.
We are a group of faculty at a private university discussing the prospect of unionizing contingent academic labor on campus.
A group of cycling techies in the heart of Silicon Valley, California, that also includes many dentists and other nefarious types. Mainly road riders who maintain a high fitness level, some race on occasion. If you would like to discuss Ubuntu vs. Red Hat Linux, advantages of dental implants or a member's latest trip to Machu Picchu on your training rides, come join us!
The mailing list is for people involved in building a robot for the Eurobot competition. General robotics and upcoming events can be discussed in this mailing list.
Amateur Radio Experimenters Group is a special interest group in Adeladie South Australia. We are a self help electronics group specialising in telecommunication activities. We scratch build or modify a majority of our equipment for experimentation purposes. This is our club email list and is closed to the general public.
VIP-L stands for Vision Impaired People's List and is a community service to the blind and vision impaired community in Australia and abroad. Please note that, despite the list name, vip-l is open to anyone with an interest in blindness, vision impairment, disability or accessibility! The focus of VIP-L is predominantly information sharing , as well as being a forum where list members can ask technical and other questions relating to blindness or vision impairment. While members will sometimes provide commentary on posts, the purpose of the list is not primarily for discussion and debate of topics.