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Terry,

You need to check your email to make sure it wasn't hijacked.  Someone 
just posted a flaming attack using your email address.

Bill



On 1/1/2011 1:51 PM, Terence Paget wrote:
> I wonder how many on the SW list want out.
>
> I have a definite interest in the concept of SW as a means of better 
> annotating signs as I see them.  But far too much of what appears on 
> this mailing list is self-congratulatory or of so little, if any, 
> relevance to my level of interest that, and significantly, in the 
> absence of an "unsubscribe" option, I am hovering my cursor over the 
> "spam"/"notify spam" list.  That would be a shame for such a list as 
> this.  But, in the absence (and repeating myself) of an "unsubscribe" 
> link, I do not feel there is is much option.
>
> I do know that, in response to others who have expressed a concern at 
> being unable to know how to unsubscribe, they have posted and asked 
> how.  But why should they, and I, have to?  Why can't the process be 
> simplified and, so far as other respected and valued posting lists are 
> concerned, why can't there be a simple "unsubscribe linl?
>
> With total respect for others who do, I really have absolutely no 
> interest in Spanish or French, or various other language formats for 
> SW.  I certainly have no interest in the coding for any of them.  It's 
> the New Year - time for a clean sweep.
>
> Please do something about this.
>
> Terry Paget
>
>
> On 30 December 2010 23:14, SignWriting <[log in to unmask] 
> <mailto:[log in to unmask]>> wrote:
>
>     SignWriting List
>     December 30, 2010
>
>     Dear SW List members -
>
>     For a holiday week, I sure have been working long hours, and so
>     have several of you as well - I know this because of the amazing
>     email I am receiving from all over the world -
>
>     Steve has been burning the midnight oil, working long hours too,
>     on the editing of his remarkable document, Encoding the Graphemes
>     of the SWScript, which will be posted on Saturday, January 1st,
>     2011. The improvements Steve has added, based on your feedback, my
>     feedback and other items, have really enhanced the
>     document...thanks to everyone for your input.
>
>     Nancy Romero completed the complete 21 Chapters of the Gospel
>     According to John in ASL in SignPuddle over a year ago, but it has
>     taken a year to get the full 21 chapters into a large PDF and
>     printed book...the page layout and book design was a huge job
>     because of the size of the book - it is 480 pages long. Finally we
>     have the finished 480-page PDF document, and we are ready to print
>     the books. I printed five copies on my home printing machines this
>     week and the hardest part was the binding - I bound the five books
>     myself with coil bind, but the books are so thick it was hard for
>     me to do the coil bind myself, and so I am now going to invest in
>     getting around 10 copies printed elsewhere...in January I will
>     show you photos of the thick books - the thickest ever in
>     SignWriting history that i know of, and it is all SignWriting - no
>     illustrations - just SignText...with an English translation on the
>     bottom of each page in tiny print...based on the New Living
>     Translation (NLT) Engl
>      ish bible.
>
>     New projects on SignWriting in Poland, Portugal, Germany, the
>     United States, the UK and well...the list is quite long
>     actually...I am trying to put the reports into one large
>     "SignWriting Year End Report 2010"...so that is coming in January...
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