New list? Was Re: [TCML] Threadkill -- RQ Non-coiling stuff
chip at pupman.com
Sun Feb 3 08:53:56 MST 2008
Yes, there is an hvlist on pupman.com as well. It's traffic level is
somewhat low but it sticks to HV topics that don't fall under tesla coils.
If you wish to subscribe, mail the word subscribe to hvlist-request.
Leave the subject blank or put in the word subscribe.
As you (all) have certainly noticed, some posts that are not strictly
tesla coils do get approved. There are many aspects to coiling and it
boils down to judgement calls in many circumstances.
On Sun, 3 Feb 2008, Neal Namowicz wrote:
> Hello all,
> You may not see much of me on this list, but I am always reading (almost)
> everything that comes through. Personally, I sometimes have a few HV/non-TC
> related questions that I don't post, because I know they are off-topic. I
> don't know if it's (later) mid-life ADD setting in, but once I go downstairs
> to my little workspace, I often find myself going off on different tagents,
> ending up with 2 or 3 various projects going on at once. Not the most
> efficient method, but stuff happens. I, myself, was hoping that there was a
> HV list out there where I could post some of these other questions. If one
> exists out there that isn't too chaotic or fringe, could someone point me in
> that direction? Contact me off list if you prefer, at neal <at>
> imagesbyneal.com . For my final, off topic, 2 cents worth; for you B5 fans,
> doesn't this remind you of the struggle between the Vorlons and the Shadows?
> Perfect harmony vs. perfect chaos. Sorry. I'll be quiet now. :)
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Chris Swinson" <list at future-technologies.co.uk>
> To: "Tesla Coil Mailing List" <tesla at pupman.com>
> Sent: Sunday, February 03, 2008 5:24 AM
> Subject: Re: New list? Was Re: [TCML] Threadkill -- RQ Non-coiling stuff
> > Chip,
> > What about the HV list as not much traffic there anyway ?
> > Chris
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