LINGUIST List 7.1722

Sat Dec 7 1996

All: New Editorial Address for LINGUIST

Editor for this issue: Anthony Rodrigues Aristar <aristarunix.tamu.edu>


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Message 1: New Editorial Address for LINGUIST

Date: Sat, 07 Dec 1996 22:31:12 EST
From: The LINGUIST LIST <linguistunix.tamu.edu>
Subject: New Editorial Address for LINGUIST
Dear LINGUIST Subscribers:

LINGUIST has a new home. We now have our own machine and our 
own domain on the Internet. So, on Monday LINGUIST will be moving 
its *editorial* accounts (and only its editorial accounts) to its new 
address. When this move takes place, the address of our main editorial 
account will be:

	linguistlinguistlist.org

Please note that this does NOT AFFECT the main LINGUIST address, 
which will remain:

	linguisttamvm1.tamu.edu

This will stay the address to which you should send mail for posting. 

All mail to the old addresses (linguisttam2000.tamu.edu and
linguistunix.tamu.edu) will continue to be forwarded to our 
new address, but correspondence with the editors should be sent 
to linguistlinguistlist.org from now on. 
 
When this change is made, you will see that LINGUIST messages will 
appear in a slightly different format than before. In order to conform 
to Internet standards, LINGUIST will now post messages in what is called 
"Standard Digest Format." This will allow anyone who has digesting 
software to break up LINGUIST mailings into their component messages. 
Those of you who do not use such software should simply be able to ignore 
the changes. They should make no difference to anyone who simply 
reads LINGUIST mail as a mail-message. 

This move will be accompanied by a change in the software we use to 
generate text and HTML versions of LINGUIST issues. This software 
change is part of our present effort to enhance the functionalities of 
our LINGUIST sites. We hope that you'll bear with the inevitable 
software glitches that occur during the changeover. 

Anthony, Helen & Daniel
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