Project Wombat

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List Archives

To see the collection of prior postings to the list, visit the Project-wombat 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.)

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