[Coco] The 'New Yahoo Group'
asa.rand at gmail.com
Wed Jan 1 10:47:33 EST 2020
There are two discord servers. They are:
Tandy Color Computer
I am unable to create an invite to this server.
Tandy TRS-80 Computers:
On Wed, Jan 1, 2020, 7:30 AM Michael Kline via Coco <coco at maltedmedia.com>
> I really don't see a need for another group. It's like spreading
> ourselves very thin. Too many places to monitor. I primarily use
> CoCo/MaltedMedia, I check FB for media content and of course; the CoCo
> Archive. If there would be a site that would replace Facebook, I would
> dump Facebook.
> Michael Kline
> On 01/01/2020 09:02, Carlos Camacho wrote:
> > Thank you Dennis for stating this mailing list isn't going anywhere. I
> > read these messages and it sounded like people were abandoning ship.
> > I fully understand Yahoo Groups shutting down, and I've archived all data
> > and messages of over 20 retro groups.
> > Now I'd like to ask, for the CoCo community, what is the point to setup a
> > IO.Groups account? For discussions, we have this mailing list, and
> > Group. For files, we have the CoCo Archives. For polls, we have Facebook
> > Group. (I get some folks don't want to be on Facebook.) There's also an
> > active Discourse (spell?) group.
> > For other retro platforms, they don't have the many active and rich
> > communities that the CoCo has, thus I see the need for IO.Groups (spell?)
> > Hate to go non-CoCo talk, but just asking as I couldn't understand the
> > for that group for this community. What am I missing?
> > Thanks for any insight.
> > And as we say in Japan on January 1st...
> > Akemashite Omedetou Gozaimasu. (Happy New Year.) Kotoshi mo Yoroshiku
> > Onegaishimasu. (Please be favourable to me this year.)
> > Carlos Camacho
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