Discussion Lists






ICOM-Announce
and ICOM-L

ICOM has two lists about its work: ICOM-Announce, a general announcements list and ICOM-L, an open discussionlist concerning issues relating to ICOM and its activities. To subscribe to the lists, send a message 'subscribeICOM-Announce yourfirstname yourlastname' or 'subscribe ICOM-L firstname lastname' tolistserv@home.ease.lsoft.com. The list archive is also accessible.





CIDOC has established a museum documentation discussion group (CIDOC-L). Launched during the 1994 conference, CIDOC-L is an electronic forum for the discussion of museum documentation issues. To subscribe to thelist, send a message 'subscribe CIDOC-L firstname lastname' to listserv@nrm.se.


CIDOC-L




ICOM-CC
Distribution List

The ICOM Conservation Committee (ICOM-CC) has set up a discussion list. To subscribe, send a message 'subscribeICOM-CC yourfirstname yourlastname' to listserv@home.ease.lsoft.com.





General information about museum issues can be obtained from the Museum-L discussion list, maintained by JohnChadwick, New Mexico Museum of Natural History. The list generates around 50 messages a day. To join, send ane-mail message to: 'listserv@home.ease.lsoft.com' with the text 'subscribe museum-l firstname lastname'. The listarchives are also accessible.


Museum-L




MUSWEB-L

Launched in April 1996, the Museum Web Development List, MUSWEB-L, is a forum for the discussion of all issuesrelated to the development of World Wide Web services at museums. This includes administrative concerns in themaintenance of Web sites as well as technical matters relating to the authorship and transfer of hypertext documents.Additional network services commonly accessed from the Web environment using mailto, ftp, and gopher URLs alsolie within the scope of the list. This includes technical issues which do not do not relate directly to the Web, such as themaintenance of Gopher and FTP services, and e-mail distribution lists. MUSWEB-L is being provided to serve thosewho are professionally involved with the maintenance of Internet services at museums. To subscribe to the list, send amessage 'subscribe MUSWEB-L firstname lastname' to listserv@nrm.se.





General information about museum issues can be obtained from the Museum-L discussion list, maintained by JohnChadwick, New Mexico Museum of Natural History. The list generates around 50 messages a day. To join, send ane-mail message to: 'listserv@home.ease.lsoft.com' with the text 'subscribe museum-l firstname lastname'. The listarchives are also accessible.


Conservation
Discussion List




MCN-L

MCN-L, the Museum Computer Network discussion list, was launched in November 1995. Contact Michele Devine (mdevine@cni.org)for MCN details or Kathy Jones-Garmil for MCN-L information. Participation is restricted to MCN members.





The UK Museum Computer Group has set up a discussion list, as a forum for the discussion of the use of computersin museum contexts. To subscribe, send a message with two lines:subscribe mcg firstname lastnamestopto mailbase@mailbase.ac.uk.


MCG-L




AAT-L

AAT-L, the discussion list about the Art & Architecture Thesaurus. To join, send an e-mail message to:'listserv@uicvm.uic.edu' with the text 'subscribe aat-l firstname lastname'.