Ringing-chat - for bellringers in the English tradition

 

About ringing-chat
The list is intended for use by those interested in ringing church bells in the traditional English manner and in the other activities in which ringers traditionally indulge.   The intention is to provide a forum for the sort of subjects which might be raised in the pub after a practice.   These could, of course, include ringing, but the list is not meant for those who want information about the basics of ringing or about such things as the times of practice-nights.   It is meant to complement, not replace, the older change-ringers list, which is expressly restricted to matters to do with ringing.

A tolerant atmosphere prevails, though there is no bar on the correction of grammar and spelling.   Anything which would not be acceptable in the pub is not acceptable on the list.   Only subscribers may post to the list.

When you subscribe, you will be asked to give your first name and surname. When you post to the list, your identity should be apparent, from your "from" header, your email address or your signature.

You may also be interested in the Changeringing Wiki.  This is hosted by Graham John and supersedes the RINGWIKI which was hosted on this server.

The ringing-chat list was established in 1997 by John Camp, its current administrator.

Archives
There are two sets of archives.  Subscribers can access the archives since the list began until recently ('the main archive') here.   A user name and password are needed and may be found, by subscribers only, on the subscribers' page (see below).   This archive has a search facility.

The current archive, updated message by message, can be found here.  Your list password is needed.    If you don't know what it is, you can have it sent to you (see below).   There is currently no search facility for the current archive.

Subscribers should contact the list administrator if there are any difficulties.

Using ringing-chat
Only subscribers may post messages to the list. Send your message to ringing-chat@bellringers.net.  You are asked to send your messages in plain text.

You can subscribe to the list, or change your existing subscription options, in the sections below.

Subscribing to ringing-chat

Subscribe to Ringing-chat by filling in the following form. You will be sent email requesting confirmation, to prevent others from gratuitously subscribing you. Once confirmation is received, your request will be held for approval by the list moderator. You will be notified of the moderator's decision by email. This is also a private list, which means that the list of members is not available to non-members.

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    You must enter a privacy password. This provides only mild security, but should prevent others from interfering with your subscription. Do not use a valuable password as it will occasionally be emailed back to you in clear text. Once a month, your password will be emailed to you as a reminder.
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Ringing-chat Subscribers
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  • access the user name and password for the 'main' archive,
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