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From: Mark J Bradakis via 6pack <6pack@autox.team.net>
Date: Mon, 15 Jul 2019 20:00:35 -0600
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On 7/14/19 8:26 PM, im sloane via 6pack wrote:
> This list is like an old friend that  you don't hear from often, but 
> still respect and admire.

Yes, not one of the more popular lists.  I've been pruning down the list 
of lists at team.net, dropping ones that have seen no traffic for at 
least a year.  It is currently down to just under 40, from a max of 
close to 70.  Check out http://autox.team.net/mailman/listinfo to see 
which are still active.  Bacl when team.net was one of the only choices, 
some of the busy lists would see over 100 posts a day, sometimes the 
autocross list would see several thousand in August, the month before 
SCCA Solo II Nationals.  When I attended that eveni in 1997 with the 
Killer  Spit, something like 70% of the 1,100 entrants were subscribed 
to the the autocross list here.  But now everybody and his dog has some 
web site, forum, whatever on line, many choices.  But team.net is still 
on the air, hope to keep it that way for years to come.

The three busiest lists currently are probably healeys, spridgets and 
triumphs.  There should be a link at the bottom of each message, or near 
the top if you get the digest, that points to the archives, one can 
check out traffic on other lists there. Basically, the more people that 
use the list, the more people use that list.    Kind of a strange 
sentence, but I think you know what I mean.

Anyway, I can't really do anything about making lists more popular, all 
I can do is keep the system up and running, available for those who wish 
to make use of it and appreciate what a resource it is.


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