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QL'98 - The Mailing List

NOTE: information on the rest of this page is now obsolete. On the 4th of August 1999, there is been a list migration, and there is a new W3C public list for discussion on query languages. The list is www-ql@w3.org, and you can subscribe by sending an email to www-ql-request@w3.org. You can also check the migration announcement for more information. The list is publicly archived at http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-ql/.

There are 403 subscribers on May 28, 2001.

[beware: obsolete information from now on, present only for historical reference]

Global discussion on the QL'98 and on query languages in general will take place using the W3C mailing list w3c-ql@w3.org.

If you registered for the workshop, then you have been automatically subscribed. In case you don't plan to register, but still want to be part of the discussion, send an email to massimo@w3.org or to w3c-ql-request@w3.org to subscribe (no message needed).

W3C members can consult the archive of the mailing list at http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Member/w3c-ql/.

The mailing list has restricted access: this means that only subscribed persons can write to it. If you are not subscribed, you can still send a message, that will be passed on to the list maintainer.

On November 29, 1998, there are 145 persons in the mailing list.

Massimo Marchiori (massimo@w3.org).
Last modified: Fri May 25 10:41:37 EDT 2001