Peter G. Smith
Tue, 24 May 1994 10:27:57 -0700 (PDT)
For convenience ... well, not really THAT convenient ... a relatively
complete list of all ham radio users of the Internet (based primarily on
USENET accesses) is available by ftp -- filename hams_on_usenet, in the
ham_radio directory on FTP server ftp.cs.buffalo.edu. The file is over
600k long but could presumably be inhaled by a word-processor or text
database and searched that way. If you don't have FTP service, you can
get it in 6 100-k messages from the USENET mailgroup radio.amateur.misc,
and the first message in that group also gives instructions for getting
the file e-mailed by a server.
NOTE: New Address
On Tue, 24 May 1994, Steve Harrison wrote:
> What's going on? Does EVERYBODY think everybody else knows everybody
> else's E-Mail address? Please use your name, call and your e-mail address
> at the end of a message! I've wanted to send personal to a number of guys
> over the past several weeks, but could not; and out of consideration for
> the others who would receive a general reply, didn't bother to reply.
> Then, this morning, one e- shows up with only a call, and another doesn't
> even have any signature!
> You want replies to your comments/questions, do it right, please! This is
> getting too informal!
> 73, Steve KO0U/4 <email@example.com>