[access-uk] Re: Message from Moderator

  • From: Tony Sweeney <tonymsweeney@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 14 May 2016 00:48:54 +0100

George, I agree entirely with what you say although I'm outside of the UK.

There surely are other lists/groups that folk can post to with hopefully a great result.

This here is a great list of learning access tech so let's keep it that way please.

Thanks to those folk who have responded so well to our tech queries over the years and trust dito.

 Best,

Tony Sweeney.
On 13/05/2016 23:42, George Bell wrote:

I'm hoping this plain text message is visible to all members.

The first part of the list's Welcome message says:

"1. This list is primarily set up for UK users of Access Technology to discuss any 
technical problems which are related to either the hardware or software they are 
using."

Note the words "users of Access Technology".

I'm sorry, but coffee machines, guide dogs and such like are not "Access 
Technology".

There are others lists to discuss such topics, and if this continues, it will 
be necessary to take a harder line here.

George Bell.
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