Attention GRASS Users!

Malcolm Williamson malcolm at
Tue Jun 1 15:58:47 EDT 1999

Hi, Bruce
As an eight-year grassu-list veteran, I'd have to agree with Bernhard 
that the listserver has proven itself to be a versatile tool. One major 
advantage that it has over most other tools is that it conveniently keeps 
users involved who may not be currently working closely with GRASS, yet 
still have much useful information to contribute.

I have a feeling that, if you _do_ decide to drop the listserver, someone 
outside of Baylor will pick it up (heck, it could be me!). Please 
consider whether you'd like to keep this aspect of support centralized or 

	-Malcolm Williamson

On Sun, 30 May 1999, Bruce Byars wrote:

> Greetings GRASS Users,
> A new on-line forum called GRASSnet has been started that will replace
> the majordomo mailing list.  We have been working with USA-CERL on
> just how to replace the mailing list, and have come to the conclusion
> that a discussion board would be easier to manage as well as easier for
> the
> user community.  The result is called GRASSnet which you can find at
> the address:
> Check it out and leave us a message.  We are not sure sure when CERL
> is turing off the majordomo GRASS lists, but they have requested that
> we get up and running as soon as possible.  This system will also allow
> us to respond quickly to any bug reports/suggestions/comments that you
> may
> have.  It is also a great forum for interaction.  Currently there are
> forums for Users, Developers, Installation Tips/Tricks, and Research.
> We are
> planning to further expand this service over the next several weeks, so
> any
> suggestions and comments you have are more than welcome.
> In closing, our team would like to thank everyone for their support!
> Bruce Byars
> Senior Research Scientist
> GRASS Development Team
> CAGSR - Baylor University

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