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Topic: saxon and all other previous discussions
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Annie Fetter

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saxon and all other previous discussions
Posted: Jun 29, 1995 11:02 PM
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Currently all past discussions (since the list moved to can be recovered in monthly files. Eventually we'll
sort these, but monthly is the best we do fully automatically. These files
are available in If
you really don't have access to ftp, let me know, and I'll post
instructions on how to get them via our mail server.

For past discussions of Saxon, I would recommend you retrieve


This should keep anyone interested in what the nctm-l community has to say
about Saxon.

When our flood of summer workshops is over (some time in the middle of
August), I'll work on making nctm-l a standard part of our archiving of
threads at the Forum. Until then, you'll have to read by the month.

If you are new to an online community like nctm-l, that's like walking into
the middle of a cocktail party. You don't reintroduce the topics that
people were just discussing for the last half hour without seeing what
they've been saying. (Or you do introduce them without knowing it, and
they tell you to go away - on the Internet, we tell you to read the

When better archives are available, that will be part of the welcome
message that you get when you subscribe to the list.


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