Below is our previous correspondence. I did not hear from you again.
I see that my article in the tread:
"Re: return of son of migrant labor part xxviii (fwd)"
which was in response to an article by Eric D Nash which appeared
earlier this month, has still not been included in the sanet archives.
At this point I must suspect a political reason. I have already
mentioned this to other subscribers who agree that this is peculiar.
Perhaps the view I proposed is not in agreement with a given
philosophy that is acceptable to those who operate the sanet
discussions. If this is the case, then the web site should not claim
that all messages sent to sanet are placed in the archive.
To clarify, so that there will be no further need for extraneous
My article was sent to sanet over two weeks ago, it did appeare in the
digest, I received several replies by e-mail, there were no error
messages of any kind at any time, and I have seen no sign of my
article in the archive to date, nor have I seen any article to which
Mr Nash may have been responding.
Jose Silvino Navarez
---Jose-Silvino Navarez <email@example.com> wrote:
> Thanks for writing.
> ---Andy Clark <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Jose,
> > I'm not sure what's going on. Did you receive your own message that
> you sent
> > to sanet.
> Yes, and I got responses via e-mail from several readers who chose not
> to publish their replies. I see no problem about messages getting
> into the digest. What I found was that the thread was not in the
> archive on the web site. I saw that there were articles there up to
> date, Dec. 1998 into Jan. 1999, some after the date of mine. I even
> did a search on the title of the thread.
> >What was the subject line of that message?
> Re: return of son of migrant labor part xxviii
> The article I wrote and sent to sanet was in response to the above
> named thread, an article by Eric D. Nash.
> Mr. Nash's article was in the digest. (Someone sent me the digest with
> that in it, which is when I decided to subscribe.}
> Basically, I was looking in the archive for any other articles of the
> mentioned thread. Mr. Nash's article was not in the archive, even
> though the date on it was Jan 5, and there were many articles with
> dates later. I looked several times. Today, I see that it has
> However, my article in response is not there, nor can I find the
> articles prior to that to which Mr. Nash responded, nor any others in
> that thread.
> >Have you gotten any
> > error messages when sending messages to sanet?
> No. My article did appear in the digest, and several answered it via
> email. No problem there. I will look once again a little later to
> see if any of this has been corrected. Thank you for your time
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Jose-Silvino Navarez [mailto:email@example.com]
> > Sent: Tuesday, January 12, 1999 2:07 PM
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: the sanet archives
> > I just joined the list, and I sent a message to sanet-mg.
> > have received responses and other articles by email, I looked in the
> > archive under the most recent dates, and I cannot find my article or
> > any past articles of the thread. I read the description of the
> > discussion which says it is an unmoderated group and that all
> > sent to sanet-mg are placed in the archive. What is the problem?
> > Jose
Jose Silvino Navarez
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