[Tweeters] some guidance + how big are we?
hal at catharus.net
Wed Sep 28 19:36:11 PDT 2005
In reply to Larry's questions:
- Tweeters currently has 1639 subscribers. However, many non-subscribers
consult the postings regularly through Jack Siler's website
<http://birdingonthe.net>. It's impossible to say how many exactly, but some
believe the number may equal or exceed the number of actual subscribers.
- One year ago we perhaps had 1200-1400 subscribers, but I'm not absolutely
sure and there is no way to look it up. Five years ago I've an even fuzzier
idea -- perhaps 800-1000. Dan may be able to offer more precise numbers when
he gets back.
- The listowner for OBOL (Oregon Birders On-Line) is Douglas Robinson
<douglas.robinson at oregonstate.edu>. Why not ask him about their past and
present subscription base?
(pinch hitting for Dan Victor)
tweeters-owner at mailman1.u.washington.edu
On 9/28/05 5:45 PM, "Larry Schwitters" <lpatters at ix.netcom.com> wrote:
> When I put out these questions nearly a week ago I was wanting to bring
> something to the entire group's attention.
> 1. How many are currently registered to "Tweeters"?
> 2. How does this compare to the list to the south, OBL-Oregon Birding
> 3. How does Tweeters numbers compare with what it had 5 years ago?
> Should that be (How do Tweeters numbers compare)?
> 4. Same question for OBL.
> If you failed to notice a posted response, so did I. I did get one
> private response telling me that a while back there were 1200
> subscribers, and tweeters numbered less than 100 ten years ago.
> Does anyone out there in Tweeterland know how this compares to the
> Oregon Birding List???????
> The bottom line here is actually a quote from Dianna Moore.
> Education, "that's a GOOD thing!"
> Larry Schwitters
> Tweeters mailing list
> Tweeters at u.washington.edu
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