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These mailing lists are available only to those with a CCRMA account.  '''local-users''' is a mailing list for currently active CCRMA folks.  That is, those that have logged into a computer physically at CCRMA within the last 100 days.  Posts to this list are rather frequent.  The '''users''' mailing list includes anyone with a CCRMA account (that's more than 1,300 recipients).   
 
These mailing lists are available only to those with a CCRMA account.  '''local-users''' is a mailing list for currently active CCRMA folks.  That is, those that have logged into a computer physically at CCRMA within the last 100 days.  Posts to this list are rather frequent.  The '''users''' mailing list includes anyone with a CCRMA account (that's more than 1,300 recipients).   
  
If you would like to stay on the '''local-users''' mailing list past the 100 days, you can create a file (which goes into your home directory):
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If you would like to stay on the '''local-users''' mailing list past the 100 days, you can create a file (which goes into your CCRMA home directory):
  
<pre>~/ccrma.conf</pre>
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<pre>~/.ccrma.conf</pre>
  
 
with the following contents:
 
with the following contents:
  
 
<pre>localUsersListTimer=-1</pre>
 
<pre>localUsersListTimer=-1</pre>
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[[Category:CCRMA User Guide]]

Latest revision as of 11:28, 19 August 2014

CCRMA has several mailing lists. Go here Stanford Mailman for more information on Stanford mailing lists.

users and local-users

These mailing lists are available only to those with a CCRMA account. local-users is a mailing list for currently active CCRMA folks. That is, those that have logged into a computer physically at CCRMA within the last 100 days. Posts to this list are rather frequent. The users mailing list includes anyone with a CCRMA account (that's more than 1,300 recipients).

If you would like to stay on the local-users mailing list past the 100 days, you can create a file (which goes into your CCRMA home directory):

~/.ccrma.conf

with the following contents:

localUsersListTimer=-1