Midnight Oil

Subject: Fwd: RE: [powderworks] Powderworks is back
From: Sylvie Zed
Date: 22/10/2007, 12:28 am
To: powderworks@yahoogroups.com.au

I agree, but, may I suggest something?? I noticed on "myspace" that a lot of discussion groups or "fan clubs" are also managed there.  Why not a myspace Powderworks group?? 
Thanks for all the efforts that were and still put in that group. 

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Subject: RE: [powderworks] Powderworks is back
From: "Jeff and Jane Scott" <jscott@iinet.net.au>
Date: 21/10/2007, 8:34 pm
To: "'Powderworks Mailing List'" <powderworks@yahoogroups.com.au>

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Stephan J´┐Żnsch
> as most of you will have noted, the Powderworks mailing-list
> has been closed for the past couple of weeks. I have asked
> the former list owner Cheryl to pass the list on to me so
> everybody can decide whether the list should continue to
> exist. Currently there are 640 members on the list.
> Regrettably, due to the temporal closing of the list, all
> past messages, files, photos and links have been lost so I'd
> like to ask you to contribute and help to rebuild these
> contents. For now the big question is if this list should
> stay on at all considering that Midnight OIl is no longer. I
> will start a poll on this soon. I am new to managing a
> mailing list so please bear with me if things don't run so
> smooth in the beginning. Finally, I want to thank Cheryl for
> hosting this list for the past couple of years and for giving
> me the opportunity to take over.

I can't see any need for a poll. People who think there is no longer any
point to a Midnight Oil list can unsubscribe. Those who think there is can
stay. Everyone's happy.