[gmonthly] Testing Project Gutenberg MONTHLY Mailing Lists

Michael S. Hart hart at pglaf.org
Mon May 18 09:16:00 PDT 2009

My apologies, but due to a massive crash and an
oversight in the programming of our backups, we
lost the mailing lists we carefully maintained:
it seems as if they were listed as SYSTEM FILES
and thus were NOT BACKED UP!!!

We have now fixed this oversight, and recommend
you check your own backups for similar errors--
as this was a professionally done program.

As a result, we need to update our lists and it
is my sad duty to once again ask you to delete,
if you like, yourself from THE MONTHLY LISTING,
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