|Subject:||[Demo-schools-discuss] Re: Welcome to the "Demo-schools-discuss" mailing list|
|Date:||Wed, 5 Mar 2003 02:54:55 -0800 (PST)|
Great work guys!
Atleast we could get about 50% of our members.
I'm adding some of you guys to this new mailing list. Please take a look at the member list on our mailing list and if you get other members that were here thats not on this list, please do tell me.
a brief narration of the incident:
I didn't tell Mr.Asokan to notify me before he formats gpasokan.com. so he did it sometime I think in the end of last week. I had stored the members list on gpasokan.com itself, which got lost in the format! Now I dont have any idea who else were the members. so once we settle down with this list, we will start spamming all the lists that we initially mailed once again! (shame on me).
if any of you happen to know others not subscribed here, please tell me. I will add them. Thankfully I have the list of book writers in my wiki. so I will add them too once I reach home today.
Thanks to Ravi for giving me the idea to contact Sriram Karra and get his bbdb data. thanks to sriram karra for quickly providing the email addresses that he could recover.
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