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Re: Message Board

Just to clarify-

I was only asking whether or not anyone here would be interested in a
message board based primarily on a community of loopers- not exclusive to
looping, as I often find off topic forums great resources as long as they
are based in a community with a common interest. I am not asking anything
of Kim or the LD mailing list at all. I'm sure loads of people prefer
things just the way they are, and I am not trying to rock the boat- simply
trying to expand the horizon.

             "Krispen Hartung"                 To: 
             <khartung@cableone.net>           cc:                         
             04/25/2006 01:24 PM               Subject:  Re: Message Board 
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I'm terribly behind on this thread, but very interested. I'm all for a
web-based / email based system, such as Google Groups, Yahoo Groups,
etc...except customized for LD members and without the marketing annoyances

of those two systems.  It doesn't have to be black and white...you can use
the web interface, or just email for those still in the information dark
ages. :)

You guys know the drill.  What's the problem?  This doesn't appear to be an

issue of satisfying LD member needs, but whether Kim would be willing
transition to a more sophisticated system that does everything the current
list does, plus offers a web interface, showing threads, members, etc

Just my two cents....


----- Original Message -----
From: "Sean Echevarria" <sean.loop@creepingfog.com>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Tuesday, April 25, 2006 11:14 AM
Subject: Re: Message Board

> Isn't that exactly the case when people come along and complain that LD
> isn't setup as a web-based forum?
> At 2006.04.25 09:46 AM, Matthew.Quinn@sunlife.com wrote:
>>People like different things- what get's me fired up is when someone
>>to simply declare that their way is the best, and somehow anyone who
>>disagrees just doesn't understand.

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