A long time coming, and very welcome. Thanks, you guys! It's a real service.

On Sat, May 30, 2015 at 12:00 PM, Rob Lancefield on lists <
li...@lancefield.net> wrote:

> Thanks, Matt. Great work!
>
> Just for the record, everyone, the content we folded in from my saved
> postings from the earliest years is somewhat selective, based on pruning I
> did for a personal email migration long ago; so there are fewer
> announcements and such than were actually posted to MCN-L back in the day.
>
> That said, it gives a good sense of what topics were in play in the list's
> early years--back when, for example, having an "Internet SIG" made sense,
> and when locking down Netscape Navigator for kiosks was a thing, and so
> on.
>
> And it does have the MCN-L ur-message!
>
> cheers,
> Rob
>
> On Sat, May 30, 2015 11:27 am, Matt Morgan wrote:
> > For many years MCN-L's online archive was only spottily indexed by
> > search engines and so wasn't super-usable. Starting last fall I began to
> > fix that, and Rob Lancefield joined me a few months ago to make the new,
> > fully-searchable archive as complete as it can be....
>
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