[pct-l] what happened to PCT-l ... and the message traffic that once lived here
susanvirnig at gmail.com
Sun Feb 25 09:48:30 CST 2018
Over the same period, I have had a similar experience. But as of two weeks ago, when I signed up with a different email address, it seems to be working. I am getting maybe 5 individual posts a week — way down from when I used to get up to 5 posts a day. So now are there only about 5 individual posts per week, or am I not getting them all?
I, too, LOVE the PCT-L and it has been so helpful over the last 10 years in my section hiking further and further away from my Spokane home. Thanks, Brick, for this wonderful tool you have provided us all!
--Susan from Spokane, aka Sunshine
> On Feb 24, 2018, at 11:24 PM, David Plotnikoff <david at emeraldlake.com> wrote:
> Hi Brick (and PCT-l as a group)
> A long-time list lurker here (David Plotnikoff). As in 20+ years on the list.
> About two years ago, my weekly digests of the posts simply stopped. Full-on dead. Brick, I did what you asked and checked spam filters. Nothing changed on my end.
> So that was the point for me, unable to receive posts, where PCT-l essentially died.
> Was it just me? Was it a legion of other people also being cut off at the same time?
> Truly, I don't believe it was just some glitch on my Internet service provider end.
> What was to accout for roughly 95 percent of the message traffic on PCT-l dropping off in a period of a few months?
> I'm very troubled to be estranged from the community (the Facebook groups aren't anything near the same) and really want to see something resolved.
> David Plotnikoff
> david at emeraldlake.com
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