[Tweeters] Searchable Database?

Hal Opperman hal at catharus.net
Thu Dec 2 15:09:12 PST 2010


Blair (and Tweets at large):

Good question, and one that comes up often enough that a reminder about how to find old postings is worth sharing with the list as a whole.

You may read up-to-the-minute postings for Tweeters as well as all earlier ones back to 1999 by visiting the Archives pages at :

http://mailman2.u.washington.edu/pipermail/tweeters/

The list archives are accessible to the public. No login is required. Archives are grouped by month and year. They may be read online or downloaded as a .txt file. A search engine is provided. Or you may download the individual monthly files and do word searches on those.

Happy birding archaeology!

Hal Opperman (pinch hitting for Dan Victor)
tweeters-owner at mailman2.u.washington.edu



On Dec 2, 2010, at 2:39 PM, Blair Bernson wrote:


> I am sure the answer to this question is somewhere in front of my nose, but I am not finding it so help... Is the Tweeters site searchable as in how would I go about finding previous posts (no longer visible at least to me) about the snow bunting that was seen a week or so ago? Thanks for any enlightenment.



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