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Re: thredds

Hi Rob,

It's a different approach to addressing the problem you mention with the mailing list, but you can review the THREDDS email online at:

<http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/projects/coohl/mhonarc/MailArchives/thredds/th reads.html>

The archive gets updated overnight with the previous days messages and it's indexed by thread and by date, so it can be a handy way of reviewing the THREDDS email exchanges.

Please let me know if this addresses your concern.

-- Ben

PS Are you going to be at the IRIS annual workshop next week?

--On Wednesday, June 05, 2002 4:19 PM -0600 Unidata Support <address@hidden> wrote:

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To: address@hidden
From: Robert Casey <address@hidden>
Subject: mailing list suggestion
Organization: UCAR/Unidata
Keywords: 200206051759.g55HxLJ23154

        To THREDDS mailing list administrator:

        I would like to suggest that a prefix [THREDDS] be added to the
subject line of the email that is distributed by majordomo so that readers
can more easily go back through discussions related to THREDDS.  I am
finding that the discussions among the group is becoming quite voluminous
and I don't have time to keep up with it in real-time.

        Just a suggestion.

Robert Casey, Software Engineer                            |\
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From address@hidden Thu Jun  6 09:50:25 2002
Subject: Re: thredds

Thanks. That will probably do fine. I figure at some point I will have time to go back and read everything to catch up. Sorry I haven't contributed to the discussion lately, but it looks like the work is in capable hands.

PS Are you going to be at the IRIS annual workshop next week?

Yes I will. Will we see anyone from Unidata there?


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