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Re: (ET) elec-trak.org site
It wouldn't cost diddly! At least two of us have offered to host.
Did the contributor who mentioned Copyleft actually slurp elec-trak.org?
It'd be a shame to have lost all of the site's webmaster's great work for
----- Original Message -----
From: "Stephen & Carol Welch" <welches paonline com>
To: <elec-trak cosmos phy tufts edu>
Sent: Monday, February 23, 2004 8:14 PM
Subject: (ET) elec-trak.org site
> The Elec-Trak.org site had been up and running until just a couple of
> ago (I often browsed the classifieds there). As others have noted it
> appears to have unexpectedly vanished.
> The site has been useful to me, and others I am sure. If there is
> in a resurrection, and if money is an issue, I could recommend the model
> that was adopted by another "special interest" site I frequent. People
> asked to join and send a few bucks to have a membership (something like
> $12/yr) to defray costs. So far this method seems to be working (you can
> visit it at http://www.trailmanorowners.com/) Obviously, one needs
> with webmaster skills to run the site. Maybe this discussion list could
> move to a "board" model like the above site.
> I don't know - except that without these sources of support, unique and
> non-factory-supported machines like the ET will be much harder for people
> keep running. Also it will be more difficult to bring in "new blood" to
> active ownership group.
> I really don't have any idea how many are on this list, and what the
> critical mass would need to be to support a site, but thought I'd at
> throw this out there.
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