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Message no. 1
From: Gurth <gurth@******.NL>
Subject: NAGTTW for probably the last time.
Date: Tue, 29 Sep 1998 12:19:35 +0200
I have a feeling we'd do best to put the NAGTTW in a stasis booth... The
reasons for this are that 1] we've been at it for 2+ years and still have
not much worth showing to people; 2] only about half the promised articles
are even being worked on (thanks to those who did submit an article,
though); 3] one of the submitted articles needs a complete re-write; and
4] the overview of the rest of the world (i.e. that not covered in greater
depth by other articles) has been withdrawn, effectively forcing a re-
write as well.

That's not to say you can't continue on NAGTTW articles, but I doubt we'll
get together enough material in the foreseeable future to put together a
whole book :(

However, I figure it's best to keep Stuff going, because there is still
interest in it, as evidenced by recent posts with gadgets and things, and
to start a new project called NERPS: Organizations. I'll update the FAQ in
the next few days to reflect these decisions, once that's done I'll post
part one of the FAQ to the list, which describes how to subscribe to the
list. Read it; requests like "could you please subscribe me as I don't
know how to do so myself" will be ignored.

Adam, could you reset the list a few hours after the FAQ has been posted?

Gurth@******.nl -
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