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From: c...@eff.org (Christopher Davis)
Newsgroups: comp.org.eff.news,comp.org.eff.talk,comp.archives.admin,
rec.games.diplomacy
Subject: eff.org machines moving 10/15-10/18
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Date: 13 Oct 1993 21:33:20 GMT
Organization: Electronic Frontier Foundation Tech Central
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All eff.org machines will be disconnected and unavailable (due to moving
from Cambridge, MA to Washington, DC) from approximately noon (EDT) Friday
15 October 1993 to approximately noon (EDT) Monday 18 October 1993.

This includes email to e...@eff.org, access to the archives on ftp.eff.org
and gopher.eff.org, and mail-news gateways for comp.org.eff.* and
alt.comp.acad-freedom.*.

This does not include the Diplomacy Adjudicator on morrolan.eff.org.

Mirrors of the archives should be available during the weekend.

We apologize for any inconvenience.
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Christopher Davis * <c...@kei.com> * (was <c...@eff.org>) * MIME * RIPEM * [CKD1]
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