Technology-based organizations general organizations
Mailing list from BIN. a BIN is dutch for "Buurt Information Network", which is Neighbourhood Information Network. It is an official supported communication network to increase the sentiment of security amoung people that live in this neighbourhood (Schepdaal, Dilbeek, Belgium). The BIN uses different communication channels. This mailing list would be one of those channels. Members of the BIN also become member of the mailing list.
Resident run list for the residents of the Skye community in Charlotte, NC to communicate with each other regarding community concerns. This list is designed to be independent of the interference of the developer.
Group of students at the university of Heidelberg (Germany) that meet on a weekly base to discuss scientific topics. Open for students from all subjects we try to connect inbetween subjects. Last years topics for example: why is open source software good, do we need large particle accelerators and others.
Provides information on Clagett Farm and From the Ground Up (FGU) CSA. Clagett Farm is a nonprofit farm dedicated to sustainable agriculture and the use of new low-impact technologies and techniques in order to achieve sustainability.
Speaking about GNU/Linux, Android and *unix related projects.
The IGDA (International Games Developers Association) London Chapter (LC) holds a bi monthly meeting, where local developers congress to drink beer, and chat about current issues in Computer Games Development. As part of these discussions the LC have a panel of industry experts, journalists and passionate developers. In order to improve the discussion, the members of the panel will be involved in an email discussion beforehand.
We are a community of solidarity that deals with the issues of health care and help in the event of illness. We attach great importance to alternative healing methods and therapies for healing in the physical and mental area. Unfortunately, we cannot see each other often enough and exchange information in person, so we are looking for a mailing list that allows us to keep in touch and discuss things. We attach great importance to the fact that only registered users can use the mailing list and SPAM is prevented.
This is an email group discussion list for use by patrol members and parents of the Flaming Arrow Patrol of Boy Scout Troop 490, Katy, Texas
Maillist for sharing ideas and discuss about it in Development department of Computer Center of MSUF (VC MGUP in russian transcription)
This distribution list is for governing board representing the members of a private housing building in Stockholm. A so called "bostadsršttsfŲrening". The DL will be used for communication related to the house.
This list is used to disseminate information about the technology that we will be offering to churches concerning the area of prayer, and allow a central place so we can discuss the use of, or problems encountered with this new technology. The technology that they will be using is the same kind that some Univerities use on their computer systems so we need a forum to discuss issues arising from the use of this. The list will also be used to disseminate other information pertaining to prayer as the need arises. There will be no charge for anyone subscribing to this list.
A charity event geared directly at the younger generation, providing a more current and relevant way to donate money to our Armed Forces. In partnership with Help for Heroes!!
This email list is for general messages to the entire membership of the Kiwanis Club of Brainerd, located in Chattanooga, Tenn., regarding technology-related communication suggestions offered by a PR Subcommittee. We are seeking to move members ahead to contemporary methods of technology-based communication among members and our sub-groups, including guidance with twitter, Facebook, SMS and more as it is developed.
Bridlespur 4H club is a non profit 4H club in Ann Arbor Michigan for kids. We tend to be a group of horseback riders who meet monthly and work to better our community.
GST is a technical division of the alpinist association CAI-SAT, the biggest and more important alpinist club in Italy. Official sites are: http://www.sat.tn.it/ and http://www.cai.it/ SAT was founded in 1872 in Trentino to promote the knowledge of hour mountains (Dolomiti world heritage site for ONU). Our technical section is specialized in speleology. We are active since 2000 to promote, explore and study natural caves. This mailing list will be used as a channel to discuss and organize our activities.