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== Participants Lists ==
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When signing up for the tour using the Registration form on the website, people are automatically added to the '''Participants mailing list'''. This is intended to keep traffic off the [[Biketour list]].
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=== Purpose ===
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* Send announcements that are only relevant to people who are actually planning to participate (such as changes of the route)
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* Make it easy for participants to find each other (for example to form travel groups)
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* Make it possible to contact participants after the tour (for example to gather feedback)
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=== Current lists ===
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* '''biketourparticipants2013@lists.eyfa.org''' ([https://vps1.eyfa.org/mailman/listinfo/biketourparticipants2013 listinfo], [https://vps1.eyfa.org/mailman/private/biketourparticipants2013/ archive], [https://vps1.eyfa.org/mailman/admin/biketourparticipants2013 admin])
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** (orignally biketourparticipants@lists.eyfa.org, the members were moved over to biketourparticipants2013 to avoid confusion with future participants lists, but there is still the [https://vps1.eyfa.org/mailman/listinfo/biketourparticipants listinfo], [https://vps1.eyfa.org/mailman/private/biketourparticipants/ archive], [https://vps1.eyfa.org/mailman/admin/biketourparticipants admin] of the old list)
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* '''biketourparticipants2014@lists.eyfa.org''' ([https://vps1.eyfa.org/mailman/listinfo/biketourparticipants2014 listinfo], [https://vps1.eyfa.org/mailman/private/biketourparticipants2014/ archive], [https://vps1.eyfa.org/mailman/admin/biketourparticipants2014 admin])
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* '''biketourparticipants2015@lists.eyfa.org''' ([https://vps1.eyfa.org/mailman/listinfo/biketourparticipants2015 listinfo], [https://vps1.eyfa.org/mailman/private/biketourparticipants2015/ archive], [https://vps1.eyfa.org/mailman/admin/biketourparticipants2015 admin])
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The administrative contact (also to set up new lists) is eyfa@eyfa.org. Note that it can sometimes take some time until a list is set up, so it should be requested far in advance.
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== general Biketour list ==
 
== general Biketour list ==
 
The '''General Biketour list''' has the address biketour@lists.eyfa.org. Sending an e-mail to that address reaches about 750 people who are interested in receiving updates about the Biketour. In reaction to every e-mail that we send, several people sign off the list, so traffic should be kept to important announcements and call-outs regarding the upcoming tour.
 
The '''General Biketour list''' has the address biketour@lists.eyfa.org. Sending an e-mail to that address reaches about 750 people who are interested in receiving updates about the Biketour. In reaction to every e-mail that we send, several people sign off the list, so traffic should be kept to important announcements and call-outs regarding the upcoming tour.
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Revision as of 22:17, 11 January 2018

Participants Lists

When signing up for the tour using the Registration form on the website, people are automatically added to the Participants mailing list. This is intended to keep traffic off the Biketour list.

Purpose

  • Send announcements that are only relevant to people who are actually planning to participate (such as changes of the route)
  • Make it easy for participants to find each other (for example to form travel groups)
  • Make it possible to contact participants after the tour (for example to gather feedback)

Current lists

  • biketourparticipants2013@lists.eyfa.org (listinfo, archive, admin)
    • (orignally biketourparticipants@lists.eyfa.org, the members were moved over to biketourparticipants2013 to avoid confusion with future participants lists, but there is still the listinfo, archive, admin of the old list)
  • biketourparticipants2014@lists.eyfa.org (listinfo, archive, admin)
  • biketourparticipants2015@lists.eyfa.org (listinfo, archive, admin)

The administrative contact (also to set up new lists) is eyfa@eyfa.org. Note that it can sometimes take some time until a list is set up, so it should be requested far in advance.

general Biketour list

The General Biketour list has the address biketour@lists.eyfa.org. Sending an e-mail to that address reaches about 750 people who are interested in receiving updates about the Biketour. In reaction to every e-mail that we send, several people sign off the list, so traffic should be kept to important announcements and call-outs regarding the upcoming tour.

People can subscribe to the list by using the subscription form on the very bottom of the website, right corner.

Administrative contact: eyfa@eyfa.org


mailto:biketour@lists.eyfa.org

Bt-Org

E-mails sent to bt-org@lists.eyfa.org will be sent to currently about 50 people who are interested in supporting the preparation of future Biketours.

There is an archive of old mails. It can be accessed by anyone on the list using their e-mail address and their mailing list password. You probably don't have a mailing list password yet, in that case go to https://vps1.eyfa.org/mailman/listinfo/bt-org, type in your e-mail address at the bottom where it says "Unsubscribe or edit options", and on the next page click on "Remind".

If new people want to join the list, the current procedure is that they send an e-mail to bt-org@lists.eyfa.org or have someone forward it there where they briefly introduce themselves (“Hi, my name is Candid, I was on Biketours 2013–2015 and would like to join the list to help prepare 2016.") If no one objects, this person can be added to the list. Currently only some people (for example me) have the administration password to add people to the list, the password might be shared in the future. Note: If non-members write their introduction to bt-org@lists.eyfa.org, someone who has the administrator password has to approve the mail.

Administrative contact: eyfa@eyfa.org


bt-org@lists.eyfa.org

List joining procedure

after some polemics on beginning 2010, morlaa made this proposal for people willing to join:

if someone wants to enter the list,s/he is asked to write an
introduction mail. S/he sends it to the list, without being part of it,
and the moderators let it pass and ask the list, if it is ok for this
person to join. in most cases the list will be silent or agree, which is
the same.