[APG Public List] APG List Purpose & Guidelines
APG List Administrator
listadmin at apgen.org
Wed Dec 1 05:05:04 MST 2010
This is a reminder, sent out once a month, about your APG mailing list membership. The purpose of this APG-sponsored mailing list is to discuss topics of interest to genealogical professionals, individuals considering the profession of genealogy, family historians, and others seeking professional networking and advice.
Postings on the APG Public List are read by list subscribers and may be viewed by anyone accessing the public archives. Postings on the APG Members List are read by members subscribing to that list and are available only to other APG members in the online list archives which is password-protected in the Members Only area at www.apgen.org.
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1. Since APG now sponsors more than one mailing list, please read, understand, and abide by the list charter, available at the APG website, so as to post your topics on the appropriate list:
* APG Public List at http://apgen.org/publications/publiclist/index.html
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3. Ensure that the subject line of your posts (or your replies to another's posts) is current and accurate.
4. Wherever possible, trim unnecessary content when replying to a list message. When responding to specifics in another's message, please place your reply "in-line" within the previously-posted content rather than "top-posting". When replying in-line, try to make it clear which statements belong to you versus the original poster. Prefacing the original poster's statements with their name or initials is one way to do this.
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