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Re: Info on managing a listserv?

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"Don Lanier (815-395-5658)" <[log in to unmask]>

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In case you have already received the information, I shall try to
include Diane Kovac's article below.
 
 
Don Lanier, Site Librarian          |  U17113@UICVM (BITNET)
University of Illinois at Chicago   |  [log in to unmask] (INTERNET)
College of Medicine at Rockford     |
1601 Parkview Ave.                  |  (815) 395-5658 (VOICE)
Rockford, IL  61107                 |  (815) 395-5655 (FAX)
 
 
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Kovacs, Diane, Willard McCarty, and Michael Kovacs.  "How to
Start and Manage a BITNET LISTSERV Discussion Group: A Beginner's
Guide."  The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 2, no. 1
(1991): 128-143.
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1.0  Introduction
 
The following article only attempts to outline the major steps
you must take in establishing a LISTSERV discussion group.  It
assumes that if you are in any doubt you will be able to obtain
help on demand from an expert in your local computer center or
from an experienced colleague.  The expert may be called the
"postmaster," the "LISTSERV owner," or something similar.  If you
are fortunate enough to find a helpful expert, cultivate him or
her.  The discussion lists LSTOWN-L@INDYCMS and ARACHNET@UOTTAWA
are designed specifically to provide list owners with access to
LISTSERV experts and experienced list owners (see Appendix A).
 
The following also assumes that you will be in charge of the
group (i.e., you will both manage or supervise the daily
operations and be responsible for its success).  LISTSERV groups,
particularly those that are moderated, require someone who is
attentive (if not devoted) to these operations and an adept
editor.  Note that the mechanical and the intellectual tasks
required by an electronic discussion group cannot be cleanly
separated; the editor/owner should be willing and able to
undertake both.
 
Keep organizational matters as simple as possible, and as loose
as possible, at least until you have a sure grasp of what your
group is all about.  As editor/owner, you will certainly have
influence, but much will be determined by the membership as a
whole.  In electronic communications, "vox populi vox Dei" is as
good an initial motto as you can have.  At the same time, total
license communicates lack of attention and concern, even lack of
wit.  The experts, such as we have them, agree that a successful
group requires an active, though not dictatorial, editorial
persona.
 
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At some point, you may want to use your discussion list as a
distribution mode for an electronic journal, or you may decide to
edit your discussion to the extent that it is actually an
electronic journal.  This option requires a serious time
commitment on your part and detailed knowledge of your local
mailer/editor software.
 
If the tasks presented below seem daunting, take courage from the
fact that many novices have gone before you and survived (like
the authors of this document) not only to tell the tale, but also
to recommend the journey to others with enthusiasm.  Editing a
discussion group (or what one of us likes to call an "electronic
seminar") can be a highly fulfilling experience.  Many of us
think that we are witnessing, and may influence, the development
of a new medium with considerable promise for all disciplines.
The newness of the medium provides many opportunities for the
exercise of the imagination.
 
Now for the practical matters.
 
 
2.0  The Steps to Start
 
Determine that there is a need for a discussion list in an area
you are interested in (see Appendix B).  There are several
thousand discussion groups already established.  One of them may
already be fulfilling the need that you perceive.
 
 
2.1  Determine Your Time Commitment
 
Decide that you can commit 20-30 hours per week for the first
week or two in list planning and set up.  Determine that you can
commit two to eight hours per week for list maintenance
thereafter.  Two hours per week is the minimum you will spend in
maintaining an unmoderated list.  You can expect to spend as much
as eight hours per week maintaining an active edited list.
 
 
2.2  Learn About E-Mail and Editor Software
 
You will also need to be familiar with the mailer and editing
software of your personal e-mail account.  You must commit
sufficient time to learning how your e-mail mailer/editor works.
 
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You can run a discussion list from almost any kind of
mainframe/operating system combination (e.g., VAX/VMS, UNIX,
IBM/VM/CMS, and IBM/MVS).  However, there are problems unique to
using each system.  The LISTSERV software runs only on IBM
mainframes running VM/CMS on the BITNET.  If your e-mail account
is on the BITNET, simple familiarity with your mailer/editor is
sufficient.  You will run your discussion list from your own e-
mail account in interaction with the LISTSERV software running on
an IBM machine.  For other combinations consult with your
LISTSERV owner, LSTOWN-L, or ARACHNET colleagues.
 
 
2.3  Find a LISTSERV Site
 
Locate a computer site running LISTSERV software (see Appendix
C).  Your own site, or one quite close to you, is highly
preferable.  At the start, you will need to have many
conversations via e-mail, telephone, or in person with your
LISTSERV owner (the person responsible for maintaining the
LISTSERV you will be using).
 
 
2.4  Read the Documentation
 
Send the command INFO LISTSERV to the LISTSERV at that site.
Retrieve the documentation files and read them.  This
documentation may not be easy to understand, but you will profit
from a broad familiarity with it (see Appendix D).
 
 
2.5  Subscribe to a List for List Owners/Editors
 
Consider subscribing to LSTOWN-L@INDYCMS (technical help for
owners of LISTSERV groups) and ARACHNET@UOTTAWA (editorial help
for owners/editors of LISTSERV groups and electronic serials),
which you may join before your group is actually in operation.
You may also want to join an active, well-run group, such as
HUNANIST@BROWNVM or [log in to unmask]
 
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2.6  Arrange to Use a LISTSERV
 
Contact the LISTSERV owner at the chosen site and ask permission
to use the software and disk space for archives and files.  Many,
if not most, sites will give you the processing time and disk
space free of charge.  Dependence on operating grants or being
subject to other forms of supervision is to be avoided if at all
possible.
 
If your site does not have LISTSERV, but does have an IBM
mainframe running VM/SP with a Columbia Mailer and it is
connected to the BITNET, then you may want to ask your computer
center to acquire the LISTSERV software.  The software is
available from Eric Thomas (ERIC@SEARN), the author of the
package.  While the software is free, your computer services will
need to commit a small amount of time and personnel for set up
and maintenance.
 
 
2.7  Set Up the List
 
You will need to decide on or articulate the following issues
related to setting up the list (see Appendix E for the parameters
used in setting up LISTSERV lists).
 
 
2.7.1  Name the Group
 
It is conventional to have all names end in "-L" (as in "Ethics-
L") to denote a list, but as many or more groups break with this
convention as hold to it.  Time spent on choosing a good name is
time well spent.  Be sure to check with your LISTSERV owner to
see if the name is already in use.
 
 
2.7.2  Determine the Purpose of the Group
 
It is a good idea to have a purpose in mind, although you should
be prepared to expand or modify your original intentions, as we
suggested above.
 
 
2.7.3  Identify Potential Members
 
For whom is the list designed?  For some lists, potential members
will have to be sought (e.g., through notices in professional
journals or announcements at conferences).
 
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2.7.4  Choose the Subscription Method
 
Should members be able to subscribe themselves or be subscribed
only by you?  Open subscription allows people to come and go
freely as they wish, without bothering you.  Closed or "reviewed"
subscription allows you to decide whom to admit or, perhaps more
significantly, to ask potential members for information and to
have a reasonable chance of getting it.  You might, for example,
ask for a statement of interests or professional biography, which
can then be circulated to the membership and so help forge a
community.
 
 
2.7.5  Set the Scope of Discussion
 
What kinds of questions and topics do you want to be entertained?
In general, it is far better to have the scope quite widely
defined, so as not to put many restrictions in place at the
beginning.
 
 
2.7.6  Decide Whether to Moderate the Group
 
Should the group be moderated or unmoderated?  The role of the
moderator more or less combines the duties of editing a
newsletter or journal with leading a seminar.  The advantages of
a moderated group are chiefly focus and coherence.  These
benefits can be of prime importance in a very active group, but
moderation takes care and time.  An unmoderated group is
completely subject to the vicissitudes of its members, but it
requires almost no attention once it has been established.  If
your group has a very specific focus (such as a particular piece
of software) you will not feel the need of a moderator as keenly.
 
 
2.7.7  Regulate the Source of and Access to Messages
 
Do you want the group to be open to messages from non-
subscribers?  Do you want non-subscribers to be able to read the
contributions from members of your group?
 
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2.7.8  Establish Services
 
Will your LISTSERV owner allow computer space to run a file
server?  How will you use the file server, and to what extent?
If your group is to be primarily conversational, you may not need
the file server for anything other than the monthly logbooks
automatically kept by LISTSERV.  If your group is primarily
concerned with distributing stable information, you will need a
sufficient allotment of storage space.  Beware of offering your
members too much personal attention, as this can consume much of
your time.
 
 
2.7.9  Get Editorial Help
 
Do you want to set up an editorial board or its equivalent?  Can
you get others to help you (e.g., assist in long-range editing
tasks)?
 
 
2.7.10  Write an Introductory Document
 
Write a brief instructional document to introduce new members to
your group.  This document should contain a concise description
of the group based on the decisions you have made.  It should
also provide elementary instructions on how to use LISTSERV
(e.g., to order files from the server).  You may also want to
articulate your editorial policies.  Even if the group is
unmoderated, you may have to intervene occasionally to guide
discussion around an offensive or otherwise difficult topic, and,
on such occasions, it is useful to have a statement of policy to
refer to.  (ARACHNET provides examples of such documents.)
 
Distribution of the instructional document can be done
automatically by LISTSERV.  Ask your LISTSERV owner to help you
alter the DEFAULT $MAILFORM so that instead of the standard "Your
subscription . . ." memo, the LISTSERV will distribute your
instructional document to each new subscriber as they subscribe.
Talk to your LISTSERV owner and experienced list owners to learn
what other functions can be automated.
 
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2.7.11  Establish Error Handling Procedures
 
Who will handle errors?  Will your LISTSERV owner have time?
With the help of LSTOWN-L, it is possible for you to cope with
errors yourself.  Error handling is discussed below.
 
 
2.8  Get the LISTSERV Owner to Set Up the List
 
Ask the LISTSERV owner to set up your list.  Then you should test
it.
 
 
2.9  Announce the List
 
Send an announcement of your new list to NEW-LIST@NDSUVM1 and to
[log in to unmask]  If your group touches on computing in the
humanities and you wish it to attract general attention, you
should also send an announcement to [log in to unmask]  If your
group is related to any other existing discussions you may want
to forward copies of your announcement to them.
 
 
3.0  Daily List Maintenance
 
 
The following briefly outlines what tasks you can expect to
perform.  Of course, different styles of management lead to
different amounts and kinds of work.  This work will be much
easier if you have a computer and modem at home, since by nature
it is easily done in bits and pieces during odd moments.
 
 
3.1  Monitoring Contributions
 
The unmoderated list will need monitoring for inappropriate
postings and network problems every other day or so.  Although
you cannot recall an offensive posting that has already been
circulated, you can and should respond directly to anyone who
makes such a posting (posting directly to the list about such
problems is considered bad etiquette, unless it is a general
problem).  A light touch is better than a heavy hand, but list
owners/editors must occasionally take decisive action.
 
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The moderated list may need attention daily, depending on the
amount of activity.  Contributions may simply be passed on to
your LISTSERV software without modification, or you can use
digesting and other software to clean up messages (e.g., to
remove verbose message-headers) and to package messages loosely
by subject.  Digesting and other helpful software can be obtained
from colleagues, such as those on ARACHNET.
 
Depending on how your list is set up, you may need to monitor and
respond to requests for subscription and to distribute the
introductory document to new members.  These tasks may be done
every other day or so.
 
 
3.2  Dealing with Errors
 
You will need to monitor and respond to errors arising from
addressing problems and misbehaving software.  There are three
kinds of errors: (a) for "reviewed" subscriptions, errors you
make when you give LISTSERV the addresses of new members; (b) for
subscriptions made by members themselves (e.g., illegal node ID's
sent by software at the user's site); and (c) for other sorts of
network failures.
 
Whatever the cause, an incorrect address will usually be rejected
by network software (rather than simply dropped), and the
offending message will be returned (usually to you, the list
owner).  In the beginning, you will doubtless need help from a
network expert.  The worst consequence of such errors is a
"network loop," in which messages are echoed back and forth
between LISTSERV and mail software elsewhere on the network.  As
a result, members can get deluged by junk mail rather quickly.
Note that loops and other causes of junk mail are much less
likely in moderated groups, since the editor is always there to
act as a filter.  Loops can still occur in a moderated group
because of local mailer problems, in which case your subscribers
will need to talk with their local computer services people.
 
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4.0  Conclusion
 
Even as we write, new uses for computer mediated communications
are being developed.  The possibilities are only limited by the
imagination and confidence of the people who use the machines.
The LISTSERV software provides the opportunity for motivated and
enthusiastic people with minimal technical skills to imagine and
create new vehicles for communication.
 
 
Appendix A.  Useful E-Mail Addresses
 
ERIC@SEARN--Eric Thomas, the author of the LISTSERV software.
 
NEW-LIST@NDSUVM1--A list for the announcement of new lists.
 
LSTOWN-L@INDYCMS--A list for the sharing of information between
LISTSERV list owners.
 
HELP-NET@TEMPLEVM--A list for the discussion of common e-mail
problems.
 
ARACHNET@UOTTAWA--A list for owners of academic discussion lists
and editors of electronic serials.
 
 
Appendix B.  How to Obtain a List of Discussion Lists
 
To obtain a list of all BITNET LISTSERV lists with a short
description of each list, send the command "LIST GLOBAL" to any
LISTSERV address (e.g., LISTSERV@BITNIC).
 
To obtain the "List of Lists" (a comprehensive list of discussion
lists that are available on the BITNET, Internet, and UUCPnet),
first and foremost, be sure that you have sufficient disk space
on the computer account that you will be requesting it from since
the list requires approximately a megabyte of space!  To have the
parts of the file sent to you (it is broken into 11 parts to
facilitate sending it over the BITNET), send a message or mail to
LISTSERV@NDSUVM1 with the command "GET INTEREST PACKAGE NEW-
LIST."
 
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Appendix C.  How to Locate a LISTSERV Site
 
Copy the following text and send it to LISTSERV@PSUVM (or NDSUVM,
KENTVM, or another LISTSERV site with the PEERS database).  Leave
the subject line blank.  Substitute your state for the word
"State" in the search.
 
 
     //
     Database Search DD=Rules
     //Rules DD   *
     Search State in Peers
     sendback print all
     /*
 
You will be sent a file called DATABASE OUTPUT.  This file will
contain information on all the sites running LISTSERV software in
the state you searched with.  This information will include the
name and e-mail address of the person responsible for the
LISTSERV.
 
If your state yields no results, try adjacent states.
 
It is also possible to search the PEERS (or other) Database
interactively.  To obtain the LDBASE software which will allow
interactive searching issue the following commands.
 
For VM/SP CMS systems:
 
     TELL LISTSERV AT node GET LDBASE EXEC
 
     TELL LISTSERV AT node GET LSVIUCV MODULE
 
The command to start the user interface is simply "LDBASE" to
access your "home" server, or "LDBASE node" to access the
LISTSERV server at another node.
 
For VAX/VMS systems:
 
     SEND LISTSERV@node GET LDBASE COM
 
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The command to start the user interface is "@LDBASE."  This will
install the required files in your directory and display more
detailed instructions about the program.
 
Other systems may not presently access the database in
interactive mode.
 
The Exec is self-documented, and it will ask you for the user ID
and node ID of the server you wish to access, after which it will
try to establish a network connection to that server's database.
This may fail if a line is down or if interactive database access
has been disabled at the installation you are trying to reach.
 
 
Appendix D.  Some Useful LISTSERV Documentation
 
To get any of the files described below, send the command "INFO
topic" to any LISTSERV, where "topic" is the word in the Topic
column of Table 1 below.
 
----------------------------------------------------------------
Table 1.  INFO Topics
----------------------------------------------------------------
 
Topic     Filename/Filetype   Description
 
PResent   (LISTPRES MEMO)     Presentation of LISTSERV for new
                              users
 
GENintro  (LISTSERV MEMO)     General information about Revised
                              LISTSERV
 
REFcard   (LISTSERV REFCARD)  Command reference card
 
KEYwords  (LISTKEYW MEMO)     Description of list header keywords
 
FILEs     (LISTFILE MEMO)     Description of the file-server
                              functions
 
COORDinat (LISTCOOR MEMO)     Information about LISTSERV
                              Coordination
 
DATABASE  (LISTDB MEMO)       Description of the database
                              functions
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Appendix E.  Some LISTSERV List Options
 
The characteristics of a LISTSERV list are set in the LIST file
(e.g., the file for GOVDOC-L is GOVDOC-L LIST).  The options
available are described in the KEYWORDS memo available from any
LISTSERV (see Appendix D).  Some options mentioned in this
article are described below.
 
 
Sender=[Public,Editor]
 
If "Sender=Editor," all mail sent to the list address will be
forwarded to the person addressed in the Editor field, who can
then forward the mail back to the list if the posting meets
approval.
 
 
Editor=[e-mail address of editor]
 
If "Sender=Editor," this field is required.  Only mail sent from
this address will be posted to the list.  All other mail sent to
the list address will be forwarded to this address.
 
 
Subscription=[By_owner,Open,Closed]
 
If "Sub=By_owner," all subscription requests will be forwarded to
the first address in the "Owner=" field (and the attempted
subscriber will be so notified).  If "Sub=Public," anyone will be
able to subscribe to the list.  If "Sub=Closed," no one will be
able to subscribe to the list, though any of the list owners will
be able to add new subscribers.
 
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Ack=[Yes,No,Msg]
 
Defines the default value of the "Ack/NoAck" distribution option
for new subscribers.  Subscribers will still be able to change
the option with the SET command. If "Ack=Yes," messages will be
sent when the user's mail file is being processed.  Additionally,
a short acknowledgment with statistical information on the
mailing will be sent.  This is the default.  If "Ack=Msg,"
messages will be sent when the user's mail file is being
processed.  Statistical information will also be sent via
messages, but no acknowledgment mail will be sent.  If "Ack=No,"
a single message, but no acknowledgment mail nor statistics will
be sent when your mail file is being processed.
 
 
Errors-To=[Postmaster,Owner,e-mail address]
 
Defines the person or list of persons that are to receive
rejected mail for the list.  The default value is "Postmaster,"
and it is recommended that the owners change it to "Owners" or
"Owners,Postmaster" as soon as they become familiar with LISTSERV
and the different types of e-mail errors.
 
 
Default-options=Repro
 
Putting this field in defines the default value of the
Repro/NoRepro distribution option of your list to "Repro."  This
has the effect that anyone posting a note to your list will
receive a copy of their note.  The normal default ("NoRepro")
means that a poster only receives a message acknowledging receipt
of his/her posting.
 
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Recommended Readings
 
Fuchs, Ira.  "Research Networks and Acceptable Use."  EDUCOM
Bulletin 23 (Summer/Fall 1988): 43-48.
 
Heim, Michael.  "Humanistic Discussion and the Online
Conference."  Philosophy Today 30 (Winter 1986): 278-88.
 
Hiltz, Starr Roxanne.  Online Communities: A Case Study of the
Office of the Future.  Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corp. 1984.
 
Katzen, May.  "The Impact of New Technologies on Scholarly
Communication."  In Multi-Media Communications, ed. May Katzen,
16-50.  Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1982.
 
Kerr, Elaine B.  "Electronic Leadership: A Guide to Moderating
Online Conferences."  IEEE Transactions on Professional
Communication PC 29, no. 1 (1986): 12-18.
 
Kovacs, Diane K.  "GovDoc-L: An Online Intellectual Community of
Documents Librarians and Other Individuals Concerned with Access
to Government Information."  Government Publications Review 17
(September/October 1990): 411-420.
 
Landweber, Lawrence H., Dennis M. Jennings, and Ira Fuchs.
"Research Computer Networks and Their Interconnection."  IEEE
Communications Magazine 24, no. 6 (1986): 5-17.
 
Mackay, Wendy E.  "Diversity in the Use of Electronic Mail: A
Preliminary Inquiry."  ACM Transactions on Office Information
Systems 6, no. 4 (1988): 380-397.
 
Pfaffenberger, Bryan.  "Research Networks, Scientific
Communication, and the Personal Computer."  IEEE Transactions on
Professional Communication PC 29, no. 1 (1986): 30-33.
 
+ Page 142 +
 
Quarterman, John S.  The Matrix: Computer Networks and
Conferencing Systems Worldwide.  Bedford, MA: Digital Press,
1990.
 
Rafaeli,Sheizaf.  "The Electronic Bulletin Board: A Computer-
Driven Mass Medium."  Computers and the Social Sciences 2, no. 3
(1986): 123-36.
 
Rice, Ronald E. and Donald Case. "Electronic Message Systems in
the University: A Description of Use and Utility."  Journal of
Communication 33, no. 1 (1983): 131-152.
 
Richardson, John.  "The Limitations to Electronic Communication
in the Research Community."  Paper delivered at the Information
Technology and the Research Process Conference, Cranfield, UK,
July 1989.
 
Spitzer,  Michael.  "Writing Style in Computer Conferences."
IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication PC 29, no. 1
(1986): 19-22.
 
Sproull, Lee and Sara Kiesler.  "Reducing Social Context Cues:
Electronic Mail in Organizational Communication."  Management
Science 32 (November 1986): 1492-512.
 
Steinfield, Charles W.  "Computer-Mediated Communication
Systems."  Annual Review of Information Science and Technology
21 (1986): 167-202.
 
Turoff, Murray. "Structuring Computer-Mediated Communication
Systems to Avoid Information Overload."  Communications of the
ACM 28 (1985): 680-689.
 
Updegrove, Daniel.  "Electronic Mail and Networks: New Tools for
University Administrators."  Cause/Effect 13 (Spring 1990):
41-48.  [Available by e-mail from LISTSERV@BITNIC with the
command: GET EMAILNET UPDEGR-D.]
 
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About the Authors
 
Diane K. Kovacs
Humanities Reference Librarian
Kent State University Libraries
Kent, Ohio 44242
DKOVACS@KENTVM
[log in to unmask]
 
Michael J. Kovacs
Technical Advisor, GOVDOC-L, LIBREF-L, and LIBRES
781 S. Lincoln Street
Kent, Ohio 44240
LIBRK420@KENTVMS
[log in to unmask]
 
Willard McCarty
Centre for Computing in the Humanities
University of Toronto
Robarts Library
130 St. George Street
Toronto, Ontario M5S 1A5
Canada
[log in to unmask]
 
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January 2017, Week 1
December 2016, Week 5
December 2016, Week 4
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December 2016, Week 1
November 2016, Week 5
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December 2015, Week 5
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December 2014, Week 5
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December 2013, Week 5
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December 2012, Week 5
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December 2011, Week 5
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December 2010, Week 5
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December 2009, Week 5
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December 2007, Week 5
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December 2006, Week 5
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