Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2001 19:50:08 -0500
Sender: "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From: Hoff Stuart <hhstuart@MA.ULTRANET.COM>
Subject: Re: Accessing SAS-L via Web Browser
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If you want to read this information from a browser, why can't you read
it as a newsgroup?
That's what I have always done.
Howard Schreier wrote:
> I find the web interface to SAS-L at uga.edu to be pretty useful, if a bit
> IMO the biggest deficiency is that threads can't be followed over week
> By all means we should thank Joe Kelley et al for all they do, but remember
> that the software (LISTSERV, including the web interface components) is not
> home-grown. It comes from L-Soft(http://www.lsoft.com). So asking Joe to add
> a feature is like when one of our bosses asks us to do something with PROC
> WHATEVER. Maybe the functionality is available, maybe not.
> On Tue, 13 Feb 2001 08:00:53 -0500, Charles Patridge
> <Charles_S_Patridge@PRODIGY.NET> wrote:
> >Rob and Others,
> >After playing around with the SAS-L listserv at UGA
> >(http://www.listserv.uga.edu/archives/sas-l.html), I figured out how to get
> >the most recent postings to show up first so I do not have to scan the
> >entire list looking for the newest postings.
> >First, you need to sort the list (2nd button from the left) in date order,
> >then click on the button to the right of this which sorts the list in TIME
> >order with the "Most Recent First". This seems to work. Didn't realize
> >needed to sort the list by Date order before Time.
> >And since this list is more reliable and less intrusive than the others I
> >found, I think I will stick with the "real McCoy". The only thing I wish
> >Kelly could offer to the list is to have date and time show up with each
> >posting so as to see when it was posted.
> >Charles Patridge
> >Email: Charles_S_Patridge@prodigy.net
> >PS, J Kelly, another feature which would be nice is the ability to have a
> >signature tied to each reply to the List if the user wishes to have one.