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Re: Yeah......too many chefs spoil the stew!! (archive)

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Posted by David Porter on April 17, 2000 at 14:25:12:

In Reply to: Yeah......too many chefs spoil the stew!! posted by Marco on April 13, 2000 at 15:35:53:

: : No, not another one! 8-) I`m all for it, but I have found two OTHER e30 M3 newsgroups on those insidetheweb servers.

: : Rather than people starting new newsgroups, it might be better to publicise the ones that already exist(including this one) so we all use the same few(not many) newsgroups. Else the information is going to start being spread out if people use different newsgroups and therefore harder for M3 owners to get the information they want.

: : Darren

: : : Hey guys. there is a new E30 M3 site that recently started so lets try to work this one up so the E30 M3 comunity can get larger. have fun in it and make any kined of request that u would like

: : :
: : :

What he said. There are already too many duplicative discussion-format sites claiming to be the "real" home of the M3 on the net. Supporting another just because it talks about M3s strikes me as foolish. For my money the best thing going for E30M3s is the email list run by the CCA SIG, hosted by Filippo Morelli. Go find it and subscribe.

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