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April 27, 2000
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eGroups yanks calendaring app, eats people's data, doesn't appear to care. This Is Bad.
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posted by baylink (4 comments total)

 
Yeah, Jorn had a lot of info stored up (I think it was a compiled schedule of when online magazines and news sources would update with new articles) on eGroups under the weblogs discussion list which got lost when eGroups decided to muck things up. He was not happy, to say the least.
posted by jason at 4:03 PM on April 27, 2000


Yep. I used that thing practically every day. Now have to resort to the inferior startpage template. At least his own daily calendar is still intact.
posted by EngineBeak at 4:15 PM on April 27, 2000


I used their service to archive one of my lists. Now it tells me and all the other subscribers 'I'm not subscribed'. I cannot alter the settings, I no longer have access to the archives. They're not answering my cry help. Arseholes.
posted by prolific at 1:52 AM on April 28, 2000


Spooky, egroups, spooky. I'd be afraid if I were them, is there potential leagal action against them? any lawyers?
posted by jamescblack at 9:40 PM on April 28, 2000


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