Difference between revisions of "Classical mailing lists"

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* [[Antiquist]] (membership: c. 350; traffic: ave. < 1 email/day)
 
* [[Antiquist]] (membership: c. 350; traffic: ave. < 1 email/day)
 
* [[Digital Medievalist]] (membership: c. 600; traffic: ave. < 1 email/day)
 
* [[Digital Medievalist]] (membership: c. 600; traffic: ave. < 1 email/day)
* [[Markup list]] (membership: c. 360; traffic: 10–20 emails/month)
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* [[Markup list]] (membership: c. 340; traffic: 5–10 emails/month)
* [[GLTreebank]] (membership: c. 75; traffic: too early to say)
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* [[GLTreebank]] (membership: c. 90; traffic: ave. 1 email/month)
 
* [[Museums Computer Group]]
 
* [[Museums Computer Group]]
  

Latest revision as of 16:52, 12 January 2021

The main classics mailing lists known to us include (if you add an item to this list, please include a rough indication of circulation numbers and list traffic--emails per day or per month, etc.):

General classics/ancient history lists

  • Classics-l (membership: ?; traffic: 10+ emails/day; frequently off-topic)
  • Classicists (UK) (membership: ?; traffic: 5-10 emails/day)
  • Classicsgrads (membership: ?; traffic: 5-10 emails/month)
  • Antike (Germany) (membership: ?; traffic: 5-10 emails/day)

Digital classics/history lists

Other specialist lists