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Me parece bien funcionar en abierto. Se puede estudiar qué publicidad hacer y hacia dónde dirigirla.

(JJGN) Ho ricevuto, fino ad oggi e sulla domanda, questi e-mail:

To me is OK with opening the site.
Norberto (G. Gaitano)

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My main suggestion would be, if possible, make the list entirely accessible via email, in daily digest form, so that members could receive all posts every day. I would keep the posts off of the internet for access from the whole universe but make it easy to subscribe and limit moderation to the minimum. Does that make sense?

Thanks for all your effort!

Bob (Gahl)

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OK. Great!

G. (Gonzalo) Salvador

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Me parece una propuesta estupenda.

Claudia Garcia Parada

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Creo que es una buena idea, siempre y cuando no se convierta el portal en el blanco de francotiradores... No sé nada del funcionamiento de la red, pero un mínimo control creo que es lo más prudente.

Pablo Echart

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