[nafex ibiblio list] NAFEX fora

Chris Garriss cgarriss at garriss.net
Tue Dec 20 18:47:39 EST 2011

And, for what it's worth,  I am in full agreement and support of Lawrence.
I manage a couple of lists - with one of them a closed list.  The closed
list is quite small, but I spend more time on that one than the other 3

Further, even if Lawrence was willing to take on the task I would oppose
the change.   Over time this list has "evolved".  The majority of the list
members - including some of the most frequently posting ones that offer a
tremendous amount of help may not be members of the North American Fruit
Explorers.   Eliminating them from the list would be an ill conceived move
- and might well push people away from joining the organization.

In addition to the web site and forums the organization has created,  they
could set up a more "user friendly" list in addition to the forums.   And
it could be a closed list.  But, I don't think, from what I've heard off
and on the list, that a majority of the users here would move.

The openness of this list is one of the major reasons it is as dynamic as
it is.  Look around, there is a widespread,  not universal,  move towards
open community and communication.

Just my 50¢ worth (2¢ adjusted for inflation).

On Dec 20, 2011 5:18 PM, "Lawrence F. London, Jr." <lflj at bellsouth.net>

> On 12/20/2011 3:14 PM, Idell Weydemeyer wrote:
> > Hi--
> >   a very clear answer- -thank you.
> >
> > If the only real concern with our current list group is the ability to
> > restrict to members (if that is something wanted to help NAFEX
> membership)
> > then your answer tells that that may be possible.
> Yes, but I am not willing to do that.
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