1. Australian Discussion List (ozscrabble)
The ozscrabble list was started on 31 May 2005 to replace the CASPA discussion list which was terminated after the company that provided the service that made the list possible was taken over. It has been established primarily for the benefit of Scrabble players within Australia. The list is set up as a forum for discussion only and is not an official medium for raising issues with CASPA.
This mailing list has been set up to stimulate discussion and disseminate information about Scrabble, and anyone is invited to participate, whether or not they are involved in clubs, tournaments or interactive play. When you post or cc (copy) a message to email@example.com it goes to everybody on this list.
Subscribers to this mailing list will be the first to find out
results of Scrabble tournaments all around the country (provided they
are posted by a list subscriber). In addition, important postings from
similar mailing lists in UK and North America will be copied to this
list from time to time.
subscribe to this list, send an email (no text necessary) to
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email address you are sending
the message from will then be subscribed to Yahoo Groups. You will be
asked to confirm, and be provided with a password.
There are a few protocols that list subscribers are asked to abide by. These are:
In addition, subscribers are requested to abide by the usual rules for online good behaviour. Here is a relevant summary drawn from the 10 Core Rules of Netiquette by Virginia Shea:
The list is administered by Bob Jackman, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Any difficulties with subscribing or unsubscribing should be referred to the administrator.
2. International Discussion List (World Scrabble)
There is also a World Scrabble discussion list which aims to
promote international discussion of SOWPODS Scrabble play.
To subscribe, send a blank message to email@example.com. The email address you are sending the message from will then be subscribed to Yahoo Groups. You will be asked to confirm, and be provided with a password.
You can then use your password to find out more about the group, e.g. download word lists, view online mail archives, etc. You will need to visit the World Scrabble list website at Yahoo groups and supply your email address and password before being able to access list information.