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New WWW Virtual Library Biosciences Maintainers Sought

Rick Bright rbright at rmy.emory.edu
Thu Aug 26 15:19:56 EST 1999

I and several others have responded to your plea for "maintainer" and
none of us have received any response.  Is your plea legitimate?

GF wrote:
> Hello.  I am posting to announce that the WWW Virtual Library (WWW VL),
> the oldest directory on the Web, is looking for new maintainers for
> sites in the biosciences.  To look at the list of present sites (and so
> deduce what could be added), see <a
> href="http://vlib.org/Biosciences.html">http://vlib.org/Biosciences.html</a>.
> This is a great opportunity to convert a present site or set up a new
> site as a WWW VL site, meaning instant traffic (from a top level index
> and WWW VL search engine) and recognition of your expertise from people
> in the field and Web surfers.  We are especially interested in sites in
> the following areas:  biochemistry, biophysics, structural biology,
> immunology, evolution, different model organisms like zebrafish, C.
> elegans, Chlamydomonas and Arabidopsis, protists, parasitology,
> virology, zoology, toxicology and protocols.  If you'd like to
> participate, just e-mail Gerard Manning at <a
> href="mailto:ger at ceolas.org">ger at ceolas.org</a> or me.
> Regards,
> Gabriel Fenteany
> WWW VL: Cell Biology and Search Engine

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