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Thread: Electronics Help List?
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Not a perfect match, but ChipDir-L comes to mind;  It's sort of a "How
can I find this part" and problem-solving list
(http://www.xs4all.nl/~ganswijk/chipdir/ - look here for a site near
you) - Send a "SUBSCRIBE CHIPDIR-L" in the text body, to
<@spam@ListGuruspam.....fatcity.com>, to join, it's another low to medium traffic
list.

They estimate ~4 messages a day.  I mostly lurk there, too busy here
<G>  The archive's out there somewhere; I don't think I've bookmarked
that, yet.

Would be interesting to have a general electronics mailing list,
definitely, I think I'd want to use Categories when putting it together
though (So you could just send to list members interested in Interface
or Digital or Analog electronics, etc., depending on the application.)

 Mark

Bill Blackburn wrote:
>
> Sorry for the OT.  Can anyone recommend an Electronic List that is
> similar to this PIClist but dealing in electronics?   If you could let
> me know of any that would be a great help.
> Thanks in advance.
>
> Bill

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