- What is it?
- Who can participate?
- Can I Leave? Re-join?
- I’ve Forgotton My Password!?
- How Do I Participate?
- Can I See Old Postings?
- I Still Have a Query…
It provides for the dissemination of general information, announcements, and online discussion relating to the Society.
Participation in the conference is open only to registered members of AISHE – see the AISHE membership information page for details. New members are automatically subscribed to aishe-talk.
The conference is managed by a software package called GNU Mailman. You can unsubscribe or change your options (eg, switch to or from digest mode, change your password, etc.) via the aishe-talk member options login page. You can also make such adjustments via email by sending a message to firstname.lastname@example.org with the word `help’ in the subject or body (don’t include the quotes), and you will get back a message with instructions.
Again, just visit the aishe-talk member options login page; fill in your email address (the one that is subscribed); scroll to the bottom of the page, activate the “Remind” button, and your password will be emailed to you.
Any aishe-talk subscriber may post messages to the conference by addressing them to <email@example.com>. Alternatively, you should be able to use the “Reply All” (or equivalent) command in your email system to route a reply to an aishe-talk message back to the whole conference.
Plain text (ASCII) or HTML format messages are preferred. In particular, the use of attachments in formats such as MS-Word etc. is strongly deprecated – both because these are frequently implicated in virus tranmission, and because they are often inaccessible to many recipients due to incompatibilities between different computers or alternative Internet access devices. Any postings containing attachments will be initially held for inspection and moderator approval before circulating to the members as a whole.
Previous postings may be reviewed in the aishe-talk conference archives.
Any queries regarding aishe-talk should be directed to: <firstname.lastname@example.org>