Yes, thank you, Margaret, and everybody else who's been involved in creating this archive. I should note that Roger has created a bounce file on the old inkshed.ca address, such that it takes you to the CASDW CASLL/Inkshed site.
I'm hoping, as well, that it's going to be possible to include the archive of the casll-l list as part of the inkshed archive. Discussions on this list have been a large part of the social and intellectual history of this comunity since the inception of the list in January 1995. At the moment, all those archives are accessible via the LISTSERV program at The University of Toronto, which hosts the list, and has since Margaret and I arranged for the list to be moved from the University of New Brunswick seven or eight years ago. Soon, however, the CASLL-L LISTSERV will be mothballed (no further subscriptions or postings) and I'm exploring ways of continuing to make all that history accessible, ideally by moving the entire text record to the CASDW site and providing a search mechanism.
I'd say I'll let everybody know when I've decided on the best way to do that, but almost certainly the LISTSERV won't be working -- so I'll say you should check the Inkshed archives.
And, one last time: thank you to all the hundreds of Inkshedders who have done so much to make my professional career thoughtful, and comfortable, and challenging.
-- Russ Hunt
Professor Emeritus of English
St. Thomas University
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