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- Subject: Re:
- From: Carl Distefano cld@xxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Mon, 18 Oct 2010 14:23:04 -0400
Quoting Avrom Fischer :
On September 23 Fred Weiner sadly reported that he had a
recollection that the older Archive had been lost by the former
server. I had a recollection that Robert was maintaining something
on a server for Xylist. Is my recollection correct. If it is what
is being maintained.
My inquiry was prompted by trying to trace the start of the chain
regarding the Death of the English Language. Where did it start?
Flash started it on Sept. 27, here:
The archives, which are searchable, of the XyWrite list since it moved
to freelists.org (in June 2009) are located here:
The archives of the list when it was hosted at UPenn-CCAT are no
longer available (because the list server there is defunct). However,
a comprehensive, searchable XyWrite message base, including the
current archive, the UPenn archive and messages from earlier
iterations of the XyWrite list are usually available at XySearch:
That facility is temporarily down, probably because Robert is away. I
expect it'll be functional again in due course.