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The SHAKSPER Fileserver
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 3, No. 134. Monday, 15 June 1992.
 
From:		Hardy M. Cook <
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Date:		Monday, June 15, 1992
Subject:	The SHAKSPER Fileserver
 
 
I'd like to take a moment to remind all SHAKSPEReans of the materials
available on the Fileserver.
 
When you joined SHAKSPER, you received the New Member Package (NEWMEMBR
PACKAGE).  This package includes the SHAKSPER log for the current month
and logs for the two previous months, an index of the previous discussions
on SHAKSPER (DISCUSS INDEX), the Conference Guide (SHAKSPER GUIDE), a
descriptive list of the files on the Fileserver (SHAKSPER FILES), a list
of the current members of the Conference (SHAKSPER MEMBERS), and the
SHAKSPER Biography files.  Most of these files are updated monthly and
continue to supply useful information for the members.  These files may
be retrieved separately or as a complete package (See below).
 
Other files on the Fileserver relate to Network Resources of Interest (such
as information on accessing CHOICE book review or the Shakespeare-on-Disk
textbase at Dartmouth), Network Conferences, Reference Files, Scholarly
Papers, Public Domain Shakespeare Files, a PC_Shakespeare Hypertext Demo,
Information and Sample Texts from the Oxford Text Archives, and the monthly
logbooks.
 
SHAKSPEReans can retrieve any of the above files from the SHAKSPER Fileserver
by issuing the interactive command, "TELL LISTSERV AT UTORONTO GET <filename>
<filetype> SHAKSPER."  If your network link does not support the interactive
"TELL" command (i.e. if you are not directly on Bitnet), or if Listserv re
jects your request, then send a one-line mail message (without a subject line)
to LISTSERV@utoronto, reading "GET <filename> <filetype> SHAKSPER."
 
For an updated version of the file list, send the command "GET SHAKSPER FILES
SHAKSPER" in the same fashion.  For further information, consult the
appropriate section of your SHAKSPER GUIDE, or contact the editor,
<
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Let me also remind all members of the Conference that your papers are always
welcome for posting on the Fileserver.  SHAKSPEReans are invited to submit
conference papers, journal articles (as electronic offprints), draft papers
for comment, abstracts, and book reviews for the appropriate areas of the
Fileserver.  On many electronic conferences, papers placed on the Fileserver
are starting points for discussions by members.
 
If you have anything to submit for the Fileserver or if you have any
suggestions for items you would like to see available through the Fileserver,
please contact me.
 
                                        Hardy M. Cook
                                        
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