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METS  April 2001

METS April 2001

Subject:

new welcome message

From:

"Morgan V. Cundiff" <[log in to unmask]>

Reply-To:

Metadata Encoding and Transmission Standard <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Fri, 6 Apr 2001 13:55:59 -0400

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METS List Members,

I sent the wrong "Welcome Message" earlier today. Disregard the earlier
message. The correct information is below:


Morgan Cundiff
Library of Congress

Subject: Welcome to METS!
WELCOME TO THE Metadata Encoding and Transmission Standard (METS)Forum.

Please READ this message and retain for future reference.

Welcome to the METS Forum ([log in to unmask]). METS is operated by the
Library of Congress Network Development and MARC Standards Office.
You may leave this list at any time by sending a message to the
Library of Congress Listserv address [log in to unmask] with the message
"UNSUBSCRIBE METS".

1.  ABOUT THE FORUM:

METS is an unmoderated computer forum open to participants in the
Metadata Workshop held at New York University on February 15-16, 2001,
and others involved with the Making of America (MOA) project. METS
provides a forum for communication during the development period of
next version of the DTD. The list will remain closed during this
development period. It is expected that the list will become public
when the new DTD is released.

The name METS was suggested by New York University staff as an interim
name for the next version of the MOA DTD. The official new name is yet
to be determined.

All commands must be sent to the Listserv address, [log in to unmask],
not to the address for posting a message to the list, [log in to unmask]
If they make no sense the program rejects them.  When you subscribed
to METS, you sent a command to the Listserv.

2. HOW TO SEND MESSAGES TO METS:

[log in to unmask] is the Internet address of the discussion list.  Mail
sent to that address is distributed by the Listserv to the moderator
who in turn distributes it to everyone who is subscribed.

Several options are open to you when you receive mail from
METS:

     1) If you want your response to go to all subscribers to
     METS, reply to the list.
     2) If you want your response to go only to the person who
     posted the message, look in the header of the message to
     find the "FROM:" field where you will see that person's
     e-mail address or check at the end of their note for that
     individual's address. Then send your note directly to that
     person.
     3) Trust that the list owner will handle problems that come
     up, such as incorrect subscription messages.

3.  REPLY FUNCTION:

       Using the automatic reply function on your local mail
system will return your reply to ALL THE READERS OF THIS FORUM,
not just to the person who sent the original posting.  Please do
not use the automatic reply functions on your local mailers. For
questions or problems, contact the names at the end of this
message.

4.  COMMONLY USED LISTSERV COMMANDS:
The following messages are sent to [log in to unmask]
No subject line is required (or suggested) when communicating
with the Listserv ([log in to unmask]), although if you
include one it will be ignored.

GET Filename Filetype Listname

HELP [topic]: sends a help message on all valid requests or the
selected topic.

INFO REFCARD: gives information on Listserv commands

SUBscribe METS <full_name>: Subscribe to a list, or change
your name if already subscribed

SIGNOFF METS:  Remove yourself (same as UNSUBscribe METS)

SET METS <option>: Alter your subscription options:
Options:
  ACK:  Receive an acknowledgement for postings
  NOACK: Do not receive an acknowledgement for posting
  CONCEAL/NOCONCEAL: Hide yourself from REVIEW
  NOMail: Turn off receipt of mail
  MAIL:  Turn on receipt of mail
  DIGests/INDex/NODIGests/NOINDex:  Ask for digests rather than
getting messages as they are posted
  NODIGests:  Turn off digest
  INDex:  Ask for message indexes rather than getting messages as
they are posted
  NOINDex: Turn off message index
  REPro: Receive a copy of your own posting
  NOREPro: Do not receive a copy of your own posting

RECIPIENTS METS: get a list of all subscribers
REVIEW METS: same as above
INDEX METS: gives a list of files available through the list
archives



LIST OWNER AND CONTACTS

METS is an unmoderated list maintained by staff at the Network
Development and MARC Standards Office. Only members of the list may
submit messages. Messages are not reviewed by the list owner.

Please contact the list owner in the Network Development and
MARC Standards Office for questions related to operations of
METS including subscriptions to the list:
      Morgan Cundiff
      [log in to unmask]
      (202) 707-1310

If you encounter difficulties with mail or need technical assistance
contact the Library of Congress Systems Coordinator, Larry M. Eckley
([log in to unmask]).

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