I've been working hard to create a number of local conferences to mirror
to mmn.groups.io. Effectivemy making the groups.io site the web front
end of the BBS.
The conference groups will automatically post to the lists hosted at
mmn.groups.io. It will take some time for it to show up, as if you
don't hold an account at your BBS email address, I will need to manually
process the message.
Changes to the mailing lists #mailinglists
I've started to make a lot of changes on to the system and how
everything reintegrates with the BBS.
Since the BBS has moved back in house, this is becoming more of a centre
piece of my digital legacy (as it were).
Since I lost the wcListServer software a few years back, hosting the
mailing lists is a bit of a challenge. But also since the mail levels
could easily become pretty high if a list becomes popular, then I could
find myself having to make the move again.
This is why I decided to move the mailing lists off of DreamHost (mainly
because they're refusing to upgrade Mailman) and on to Groups.io.
The good thing about this move is that everything will then be served
off of my main list firstname.lastname@example.org with sub groups to split off
everything, thus making sure it's not too chaotic.
Some of the groups you'll be able to post from without having to
subscribe on groups.io.
Any questions as always, let me know.