After having outgrown the resources of its current home, css-discuss is moving to a new site, hopefully for the last time. You can now find it at www.css-discuss.org (or .com), where a paltry few pages of information about the list accompany the subscribe interface. The site is really just a front end for the list, but since it was moving to its own domain anyway, I figured what the heck, let’s put up some pages. I heard this whole Web thing is all the rage with the kids, you know?
This change of address would not have been possible without the incredibly generous support of evolt.org, which is donating the server space, technical support, and bandwidth needed to keep a 50-messages-a-day list going out to its 2,000-plus subscribers. I feel good about this, because evolt has long been an organization I admire, and also because they have experience running high-volume mailing lists.
The move to the new list should be complete by Monday. Hopefully I catch up with my personal e-mail shortly thereafter. I’m only about two weeks behind at the moment, although responses to mail about my latest book and css/edge are unfortunately further behind than that. That’s the danger of dumping things into folders… you tend to ignore them once they’re out of the Inbox. Or I do, at any rate.