[Beowulf] Status of beowulf.org?
herbert.fruchtl at st-andrews.ac.uk
Sat Jun 16 06:50:38 EDT 2012
As a lurker of many years' standing, I am vehemently opposed to moderation. It
slows down traffic (in the rare case that I do pose a question, it's because I'm
desperate and want a response IMMEDIATELY!), is open to abuse, and it comes with
a legal minefield (if let's say, a corporate lawyer at Intel/AMD/NVIDIA thinks
they have been unfairly slagged off, they may go after the list owner).
Having said that, the current situation is obscure to say the least. I know a
colleague at a British university, who is on the list, but whose posts always
bounce. His attempts at contacting any list owners via the mailman interface
were never answered.
Back to lurking in my cave...
On 16/06/12 01:47, beowulf-request at beowulf.org wrote:
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> From: Jan Wender<j.wender at science-computing.de>
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> Hi all,
> Arend from Penguin replied and they are looking for the list. They would
> like to continue hosting the list, but would ask for some volunteers to
> administrate it.
> Cheerio, Jan
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