Project Wombat

Project Wombat FM: The fully moderated version of Project Wombat

This version of Project Wombat is provided as a convenience to users who want to participate, but find the volume of mail from the list overwhelming. Only direct questions and answers (and the occasional administrative message) are approved for distribution on this list, at least in theory, and an effort is made to eliminate duplicate answers.

Because this requires human intervention, this version of the list operates much more slowly than the others. It may take hours or even days for messages to show up, depending on how often the moderators check on pending questions.

There are two other versions of this list, which you can find elsewhere on this server.

At the present time, Project-Wombat-FM has 272 subscriber(s). (This does not count subscribers to the other versions of the list.)

Using Project-Wombat-FM

Send your posts to list@project-wombat.org rather than the usual Mailman address. If you suspect that your message violates the posting guidelines, then you can use the address list-open@project-wombat.org instead.

It might not be a bad idea to read the list FAQ before you post, just in case.

You can subscribe to the list or change your existing subscription in the sections below.

Subscribing to Project-Wombat-FM

Subscribe to Project-Wombat-FM by filling out the following form. You will be sent email requesting confirmation, to prevent others from gratuitously subscribing you. This is a hidden list, which means that the list of members is available only to the list administrator.

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List Archives

To see the collection of prior postings to the list, visit the Project-Wombat-FM Archives. (Note: due to circumstances beyond our control, the archives have been reset. We may or may not be able to restore them to the standard archive interface. Even if we cannot do so, we will make a searchable copy available at some point in the future. Meanwhile, you can download a file containing the text of the first year of posts to the Open version of the list, which is the most complete of the three versions.)

At present, Mailman does not allow you to directly search the list archives. However, those clever folks at Google allow you to restrict your search to a particular site, or even a subsection of a site, via an Advanced Search. You can either use the form below to perform such a search, or go to the Google Advanced Search form and restrict the search results to the Domain “lists.project-wombat.org/pipermail/project-wombat/”. (If you merely restrict to “lists.project-wombat.org” you will retrieve results from all three versions of the list, which may include duplicate results.)

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