Re: plea for info

Michael Sattler, San Francisco (msattler@jungle.com)
Tue, 3 Jan 1995 12:18:16 -0500


At 05:40 1/3/95, Jaroslav Zapletal wrote:

>info

Ahhhh, knowledge. It's power, you know. A heady feeling of being
all-knowing, all-seeing, once that quality info starts flowing. But how to
get it? Therein lies the chase, my son, the search for the Holy Grail. To
get information about the mystic wonder that we call CU-SeeMe, that
far-seeing tool, read the following (ignore the interspersed runes):

CU-SeeMe Email Lists

CU-SeeMe Email Lists

Updated: Saturday 10 December 1994
There are several email lists that discuss aspects of CU-SeeMe and related subjects. In following the instructions given for subscribing to these lists, please note::



CU-SeeMe

Cornell University's CU-SeeMe Announcement List

The Cornell University CU-SeeMe development team maintains an email list devoted to announcing significant advances in the technology, new releases of the software, and the like. This list has very light traffic.

To subscribe to Cornell University's CU-SeeMe Announcement List, send e-mail to

   listserv@cornell.edu

that says

   subscribe CU-SeeMe-Announce-L firstname lastname


Cornell University's CU-SeeMe Discussion List

The Cornell University CU-SeeMe development team maintains an email list devoted to on-going technical discussion about the software, reflectors, trouble-shooting installation, on-going use, related software and hardware, and events that involve CU-SeeMe (although event information is migrating to the Events List, below). This list has very heavy traffic. It's a superset of Cornell University's CU-SeeMe Announcement List, so you don't need to subscribe to both.

To subscribe to Cornell University's CU-SeeMe Discussion List, send e-mail to

   listserv@cornell.edu

that says

   subscribe CU-SeeMe-L firstname lastname


Our CU-SeeMe Events List

The purpose of our CU-SeeMe Events mailing list is to provide announcements and discussion of broadcasts and events over the Internet which use CU-SeeMe. The goal of this list is to provide information concerning public broadcasts in which CU-SeeMe users may wish to participate or view (lurk).

This list is not for the discussion of hardware or software problems; problems and technical questions aret to be sent to Cornell University's CU-SeeMe Discussion List.

To subscribe to our CU-SeeMe Events List, send e-mail to

   list-admin@www.indstate.edu

that says

   subscribe CUSM-Events firstname lastname

If you'd rather recieve a daily digest of that day's messages to our CU-SeeMe Events List, send e-mail to

   list-admin@www.indstate.edu

that says

   subscribe CUSM-Events-Digest firstname lastname


Our CU-SeeMe Reflector Operator's List

The purpose of our CU-SeeMe Reflector Operator's mailing list is to coordinate reflectors for public broadcasts and events over the Internet which use CU-SeeMe. The goal of this list is to coordinate activities of reflector operators for the broadcast of public events and to provide a forum for information exchange and assistance between reflector operators (and possibly prevent future fiascos such as the attempted Rolling Stones broadcast.). The information exchanged on this mailing list is geared to reflector operators rather than the CU-SeeMe end-user.

This list is not for the general discussion of events (other than the logistics of the events as important to the operators of coordinating reflector), nor for the discussion of hardware or software problems; problems and technical questions aret to be sent to Cornell University's CU-SeeMe Discussion List.

To subscribe to our CU-SeeMe Reflector Operator's List, send e-mail to

   list-admin@www.indstate.edu

that says

   subscribe CUSM-Reflector firstname lastname

If you'd rather recieve a daily digest of that day's messages to our CU-SeeMe Reflector Operator's List, send e-mail to

   list-admin@www.indstate.edu

that says

   subscribe CUSM-Reflector-Digest firstname lastname



Maven

The Maven Discussion List

To subscribe to the Maven Discussion List, send e-mail to
   listserv@cnidr.org

that says

  subscribe maven firstname lastname


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