Um, why? Personally, I like hearing about what people are seeing, most
especially in spring migration as we're all eager to know when "our"
birds might return. And I'm not sure why, say, 60 is that much harder
to deal with than 50.
But that's just me.
Either way, thanks for the explanation of what was going on.
On 5/10/2014 9:49 PM, Ernie Buford wrote:
> Wow! 52 messages posted to VTBIRD yesterday. It's a first: the VTBIRD
> list was shutdown yesterday afternoon because the daily limit of 50
> messages was exceeded. It must be Spring. Actually felt more like Summer
> today, so you all should get outside and spend less time posting and
> reading email. ;)
> Thanks to this new level of enthusiastic participation, I learned of the
> FREE VTBIRD listserv command today and am happy to report that VTBIRD is
> back in business. Perhaps it's time to raise the daily limit, but I'll
> stay the course for now and hope that subscribers agree that 50 messages
> per day on one list is plenty... even (especially?) in Spring.
> Good birding!
> Ernie Buford
> VTBIRD List Owner
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