Brian H. Madsen
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Into MOSS 2007 development – look no further, OZMOSS is here

October 2nd 2007 in 5700

Aaron Saikovski (yes, THAT Aaron from Readify.net) set up a mailing list in April ’07 with the aim of furthering MOSS development.

Today i had my first big problem with some customisation i’m doing and Aaron told me about the list.

Now why haven’t I seen this mentioned before? dunno, could have gotten lost in the masses of RSS feeds that i’m subscribed to (oversubscribing??? hehehe).

Anyways, if you’re interested in participarting in the mailing list just head on over to www.ozmoss.com and follow the directions on how to subscribe (its easy, just email listserver@ozmoss.com with “subscribe” in the subject and you’re rocking!).

This is the second brilliant list the boys from Readify has started up – there’s also www.oztfs.com which is a Team Foundation Server mailing list)!

well done guys! awesome initiative…


3 comments to...
“Into MOSS 2007 development – look no further, OZMOSS is here”

Greg Low

Hey Brian,

These two were the newcomers. We’ve had the SQL Down Under list and the Biztalker list for ages.

Regards,

Greg



Brian Madsen

Hey Greg,

That’s right, there’s now an abundance of mailing lists available around here with a great many people willing to help out if you’re stuck!

http://www.sqldownunder.com – instructions for joining the mailing list can be found on the top right of the front page.

Will get the details for the Biztalker list from Bill as you suggested so i can post it here as well!!

cheers and thanks for the reminder Greg!



Brian Madsen

Just adding the BizTalker mailing list details here:

email BizTalker[at][nospam]listserver.readify.net with subject “subscribe”

voila!




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