Same here, but lists that uses email to distribute, that's one of the
main reasons asp.net it not working for me.
On Mon, Sep 8, 2008 at 2:43 PM, Geoff Taylor <geoff@opin...> wrote:
> That's a shame! I've been an avid lurker on this list (via various email
> addresses) for years. I'm gonna miss it.
> So I'll ask the obvious question: Before simply re-creating this list on
> Google or Yahoo, where are good high signal-to-noise discussions taking
> place on advanced .NET topics? Can anyone recommend any good forums or
> groups that already exist?
> There's a very active alt.net discussion group, but it's much more focused
> on alt.net techniques than pure .NET. And there's Win Tech Off Topic, which
> has some good .NET folks on it but is (naturally enough) for subjects
> generally considered off-topic elsewhere.
> Anyone got any good suggestions?
> On Mon, Sep 8, 2008 at 1:31 PM, Richard Blewett <richardb@deve...>wrote:
>> Hi all
>> We are currently undertaking an infrastructure review at DevelopMentor and
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>> I created this list as a moderated list six and a half years ago and so
>> a bit sad to see its passing, but the world has moved on from mail
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>> We will be taking the server offline on the 30th September so you have a
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>> Thanks for your involvement over the last few years
>> Richard Blewett
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