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Re: (IAAC) Changing the long name for IAAC?



I think that it is a good name.                       
Paula
--- Lew Gramer <dedalus@alum.mit.edu> wrote:
> 
> We are planning a move to a dedicated Web site for
> our IAAC deep-sky observing
> list very soon. In concert with that move, it has
> been suggested that we change
> our email list name - and thus the eventual
> website's domain name. This could
> have many positive effects - not least of which,
> making it easier to convince
> those unfamiliar with our list that we are NOT any
> sort of on-line purchasing
> 'catalog', and that we have no desire to "spam"
> anyone about anything.
> 
> I am strongly considering 'www.visualdeepsky.org'.
> This is somewhat long, but
> it IS shorter than 'netastrocatalog'... What's more,
> I believe that it seemed
> to better capture the essence of our particular
> focus within the larger hobby.
> 
> Do any of our readers have any strong feelings pro
> or con on this naming? This
> would necessitate changing all your Address Book
> entries for our email address,
> as well as your Bookmarks for our Observation
> archive and informational site.
> 
> Please feel free to share any reactions with me...
> Till then, clear skies all,
> 
> -- 
> Lew Gramer
> owner-meteorobs@atmob.org
> owner-netastrocatalog@atmob.org
> owner-nsaac@nsaac.org
> 
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