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    An experimental Navigation List
    From: Frank Reed CT
    Date: 2006 Apr 3, 19:09 EDT

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    This list is a descendant of  Navigation-L, a mailing list which has been
    managed with great success and skill  by Dan Hogan for several years. Due to some
    technical problems with that list,  it seems like a good idea to start a new
    one using Google's Groups system (which  is itself a descendant of "Usenet").
    This is a highly reliable system by an  organization which is likely to be
    around for the long term.
    
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    The  intended purpose of this discussion group is essentially the same as
    Navigation-L. At the web interface page for NavList, you will find this
    description: "Discussions of Celestial Navigation, Traditional Marine  Navigation,
    History of Navigation, GPS and Traditional Navigation, Terrestrial  Mapping and
    Exploration, Determination of Latitude and Longitude, and Positional
    Astronomy." Please use normal etiquette in deciding whether side-discussions are
    off-topic.
    
    NavList permits message attachments, and these may be viewed  very
    conveniently through the google web interface for the list above. I do not  know whether
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    which may be expanded or downloaded as desired. Please exercise  reasonable
    etiquette when using attachments. They should be relevant, and they  should be
    smaller than 50k when possible. Since attachments may be viewed as  thumbnails,
    members of this group who are concerned about bandwidth limits for  e-mail may
    find the web interface preferable to the older mailing list approach  to this
    discussion group.
    
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    A note on list  ownership:
    A list "owner" has certain special powers such as the ability to  delete
    messages and temporarily block abusive members. But these powers are  extremely
    limited, easily circumvented, and there is no real "ownership"  involved.
    Nonetheless, I understand that some people will be concerned that this  new list is
    an attempt to usurp ownership of the older list Navigation-L. I  would like to
    enlist between three and five other members of the list as  "owners" as well,
    so that the ownership powers, limited though they are, are  distributed.
    Certainly, I would like to make Dan Hogan a co-owner. Any other  volunteers?
    
    -FER
    42.0N 87.7W, or 41.4N  72.1W.
    www.HistoricalAtlas.com/lunars
    
    
    

       
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