Welcome to rec.radio.info!

Welcome to rec.radio.info!

Post by Roadi » Fri, 24 Aug 2007 04:34:44


Quote:> Posted-By: auto-faq 3.3.2 beta (PGPMoose V2.0, Perl 5.005)
> Archive-name: radio/rec-radio-info/welcome
> Revision: 1.2 2007/07/21 18:09:02
> Posting-Frequency: posted monthly
> URL:http://www.panix.com/~rram/usenet/rri/index.html

> *** Welcome to rec.radio.info! ***

> Welcome to rec.radio.info, a group that aims to provide a noise-free
> source of information and news for the entire rec.radio hierarchy.

> Two introductory articles about rec.radio.info are posted to the group
> every month. You are now reading the first article, which explains what
> rec.radio.info is, and answers some Frequently Asked Questions.  The
> second article is titled Posting Guidelines, and you only need to read
> it if you want to submit an article to rec.radio.info.

It's pretty dry and composed of mostly one-way mesages.  The  biggest
problem is the complete lack of organization.  It's just a date
sequenced dump of tens of thousands of single messages with no
structure.  It has the potential to be useful if the moderators would
organize the information by subject.
 
 
 

Welcome to rec.radio.info!

Post by gray-bear » Fri, 24 Aug 2007 09:35:30


This is an un-moderated news group.
A total mish mash of postings that sometimes helps others of like interests.
It is, and has been useful to many seeking help and knowledge about radios.
If this does not serve your needs, then go elsewhere.

gb



>>Posted-By: auto-faq 3.3.2 beta (PGPMoose V2.0, Perl 5.005)
>>Archive-name: radio/rec-radio-info/welcome
>>Revision: 1.2 2007/07/21 18:09:02
>>Posting-Frequency: posted monthly
>>URL:http://www.panix.com/~rram/usenet/rri/index.html

>>*** Welcome to rec.radio.info! ***

>>Welcome to rec.radio.info, a group that aims to provide a noise-free
>>source of information and news for the entire rec.radio hierarchy.

>>Two introductory articles about rec.radio.info are posted to the group
>>every month. You are now reading the first article, which explains what
>>rec.radio.info is, and answers some Frequently Asked Questions.  The
>>second article is titled Posting Guidelines, and you only need to read
>>it if you want to submit an article to rec.radio.info.

> It's pretty dry and composed of mostly one-way mesages.  The  biggest
> problem is the complete lack of organization.  It's just a date
> sequenced dump of tens of thousands of single messages with no
> structure.  It has the potential to be useful if the moderators would
> organize the information by subject.