Thanks a million, Eugene.
On Feb 14, 2004, at 2:07 AM, Eugene Matusov wrote:
> Dear XMCA-ers-
> I just designed Document Library on our Cultural-Historical SIG
> website. If
> you want to read my attachment, go to
> http://ematusov.soe.udel.edu/CH-SIG and select Document Library from
> Navigation bar on your right.
> Please notice that to avoid (non-xmca!) people putting movies and
> pornography on our server (it was in past), I have to protect
> uploading with
> a password (you can access the password info on the upload page). To
> and download documents, you do not need to use the password. So, now
> you can
> place documents for reading on our server.
> PS I also transformed the fragment from the PDF format into the Word
> so people can access and read it.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Phil Chappell [mailto:email@example.com]
>> Sent: Friday, February 13, 2004 4:22 AM
>> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
>> Subject: Re: attachments on xmca
>> And also, it is a stubborn bugger and won't open for me, using Acrobat
>> or Mac Preview. THAT is agression, when someone says it has important
>> content that one can't get to!
>> On Feb 13, 2004, at 12:40 AM, Bill Barowy wrote:
>>> Let me suggest that to conserve bandwith ( a shared renewable
>>> on the
>>> internet) we consider the following. Instead of broadcasting large
>>> attachments to everyone on xmca, we find a way to put them on a web
>>> where folks who are interested can download them when they have the
>>> (time, fast connection, hard drive space).
>>> The attachment that Eugene sent has important content, but the
>>> broadcasted large file attachments can be considered an instrumental
>>> aggression (however unintended) against those who have slower
>>> connections and
>>> older computers. IMHO It would be good, in a democratic online
>>> to let message recipients have a choice.
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