[B-Greek] B-Greek on CD?
jwrobie at mindspring.com
Thu Apr 27 15:47:59 EDT 2006
As the list owner, I'd like to assure you that even if something were to
happen to this list, we would maintain archives either here or somewhere
on the web. The archives are easily downloaded on a monthly basis -
anyone can produce the CD he requests with 12 clicks of a mouse, or 6 if
he wants it on a semi-annual basis.
Anyone with the right HTML download utility can also grab that page and
all subdirectories, replicating it on his/her computer. Of course, it
would not be as searchable as what we have online.
Now what I would *really* like is better searching; e.g., searching for
specific Greek words, verses, etc. That could be done with some
programming, but I have not found the time to do that ... and I'm rather
oversubscribed in life right now, so don't expect anything from me soon.
List Owner, B-Greek
P.S., What is irreplaceable on this list is not the archives, but Carl
Conrad. We should make sure he has a steady supply of carrot juice and
fish oil, and make sure he wears his seat belt....
> Hello All,
> I would say that I'm new to this list, but I've been lurking for quite a
> while now. I am a student (beginner) of Biblical Greek. I began learning
> in a formal setting, but am currently being "self-taught" through a few
> sources... this list being one of those sources.
> I've learned so much off of this list and am grateful for those who share
> the fruit of their hard work.
> What I'd like to know is: Has the owner of this site thought about dumping
> the archives to a CD-ROM on an annual, or semi-annual basis? I, personally,
> would purchase a copy of that CD-ROM.
> I've come to depend on the experts so much, that I've this fear of this site
> closing for whatever reason...
> Thanks -
> Glen Klein
> B-Greek home page: http://metalab.unc.edu/bgreek
> B-Greek mailing list
> B-Greek at lists.ibiblio.org
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