[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

Re: [TCML] Test of the monthly reminder

This is a new update to the monthly reminder.  The change is in the
attachments portion.


On Sat, 25 Oct 2008, Monthly TCML Reminder wrote:

> You are receiving this notice because you are subscribed to the Tesla
> Coil Mailing List (TCML).
> To subscribe, mail the word "subscribe" in the subject to
> tesla-request@xxxxxxxxxx
> Leave the body of the message blank.
> To unsubscribe, mail the word "unsubscribe" in the subject to
> tesla-request@xxxxxxxxxx
> Leave the body of the message blank.
> Posting guidelines:
> Posts should be sent to tesla@xxxxxxxxxx  as "Plain Text" mail format.
> Rich Text and HTML formatting is stripped, and your post may look odd
> if you send it as such.
> Be polite and respectful, sleep on it.  Don't be vulgar.  Think twice
> before posting.
> Long run-on sentences, refusal to use punctuation and capitalizations,
> numerous misspellings, TYPING IN ALL CAPS, lend a juvenile quality to
> posts and will likely impact the quality of any responses.  
> Tesla coils have dangerous components in them and nobody wants to 
> describe building a potentially lethal device to someone who appears 
> to lack the necessary intellectual capacity.
> Stay on-topic.  Please keep the discussion to Tesla coil related
> topics.  TCML centers, by general consensus, on practical coiling.
> "Wireless power" and "Alternate physics" related posts are unlikely to
> be approved and are best directed to more apropos forums, for instance
> Wireless Energy Transmission 
> (http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/wireless_energy_transmission/).
> It may seem odd that the TCML does not permit discussion of wireless
> power transmission - the very purpose for Tesla's invention.  But it
> has been the experience of the moderators that this topic is little
> more than a magnet for fringe and pseudo-science.  In the 100+ years
> since Tesla's first efforts, no one has been able to transmit power over
> significant distances with economically acceptable losses, despite strong
> commercial incentives.  Past discussions have rapidly degenerated into
> displays of faith in Tesla's infallibility.  Lacking critical thinking,
> real physics, or solid engineering, such discussions have little merit.
> Posts pertaining to high voltage but not strictly Tesla coils
> (i.e. Lightning, Marx generators, Jacobs ladders, high energy physics,
> etc) are largely permitted, as they no doubt overlap with Tesla coils
> in some areas, but should not constitute extended threads.
> Use an appropriate Subject: line. Choose something that is reasonably
> specific, like "What kind of static gap is best?", not simply "Gaps".
> Don't reply to a post and change the topic to something unrelated.  
> Similarly if the subject has morphed into something that doesn't 
> resemble the original subject, feel free to change it to reflect 
> what your topic is about.
> No attachments (pictures, spreadsheets, etc) are permitted.  They will
> automatically be stripped.  Instead, upload any desired attachments to a
> free hosting service like http://drop.io, and include the drop.io link
> (like http://drop.io/your_name) in your post.
> Trim your replies.  Delete text and footers from previous posts that
> are not necessary to establish the context of your reply.  The earlier
> posts to all threads are available on pupman.com if anyone REALLY needs
> to go back.
> Conversely, do not reply to a post and delete all traces of the original
> post.  Keep enough of it to establish context.
> Please, do a little research before posting.  Many of the questions
> asked on the TCML have been asked and answered many times in the past,
> and all previous posts are archived at www.pupman.com.  You can search
> all archives with http://www.pupman.com/htsearch.html
> Be aware that when you hit reply, you are sending to over 700 subscribers,
> not just the originator of the post.  If a post says to reply to them
> off-list, please do so (put ONLY their email address in the To: field).
> If you wish to say thanks to someone, consider sending directly to them.
> Ask yourself - Does EVERYONE need to see my reply, or just that person?
> One liner and one word posts - "LOL", "Kewl", "Way to go" - are not
> useful.  Posts must have a useful point; this is not a chat room.
> Note that submitted posts by most subscribers are reviewed by moderators
> before going out.  Posts deviating from the above guidelines may be
> rejected at the discretion of the moderators.
> _______________________________________________
> Tesla mailing list
> Tesla@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> http://www.pupman.com/mailman/listinfo/tesla

Tesla mailing list