What a bloody brilliant deduction. You think _I_ don't want a .au site?
> There's no problem with having ProgSoc members from overseas, since we
> don't discriminate on basis of graduate/undergraduate/never-been-to-uni
> status (do we? If we do, then should we?). But try make a contribution.
Actually FYI I'm a UTS type person, as Mr Windried-Socks will testify (I hope).
A contribution? What would you like, a kilogramme of flesh? a fistful of
dandruff? Or just some not-quite-as-glamourous-as-the-Daily-Terror comment?
> That said, I agree with the initiative to gate the mailing list to a
> newsgroup. Do we then want to gate it back again? I for one have no
> easy means of accessing a news server on ftoomsh, and I'd like to
> be able to see relevant discussion regardless of how it arrives in the
> collective ProgSoc consciousness.
hmm, I think I'll ditto that.