On Thu, Dec 12, 2013 at 11:08 AM, Richard Nakka <richard.rocketry@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > The ss-main list server was apparently compromised by spammers and the > list owner (Dave McCue) had to disable the list. Due to various > reasons, it was not possible to resolve this problem in the timely > manner that we'd hoped. What does this mean for the SugPro list, which I believe was hosted on the same server? Will it be finding a new home as well? And in a related note, does anyone know if the SugPro archives from the list's creation up until two-odd years ago still exist? I read through the vast majority of them when I first discovered sugar propellants, and they represent the best repository of knowledge about sugar propellants on the Internet. It would be very much a shame if they were lost. If anyone happens to have a copy of the archive, I would be very interested in obtaining a copy. I am pretty sure I could make them available on the web if there are no other plans to bring them back. -p.