Primitive Christianity Revived, Again
I'm asking an open-ended query, accepting in advance that some Friends may have made up their minds on this question (see title), whereas many more will have never posed such a query to themselves.
We might as well give it some time to season, invite feedback.
As Clerk of IT Committee for NPYM, it's a part of my designated role to invite open forum on such questions, debate if you will, worship-sharing, worship-discussion.
For more context: https://mail.python.org/pipermail/edu-sig/2016-May/011457.html
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The hyperlink above goes to a post with yet further links on a publicly archived listserv, of the type I've been suggesting NPYM Friends adopt in lieu of sending bulk emails (archives need not be public) -- let people sign up for whatever emails they wish to receive, why not? Don't make some hapless central database keep track of everyone's druthers, a thankless task.
Also, why use cumbersome carbon-copy (cc or bcc) lists when listservs make admin (clerking) a snap? Internet subcultures evolved listservs for a good reason. Meetings wishing to use cyber-tools would do well to choose the best tools and practices.
Western Friend (the magazine and publishing group), shares my interest, in Quakerism meets high tech.
Outreach & Visitation (the NPYM committee) is all set to experiment with a next listserv, now that NPYM IT Committee already has one. npym-it-discuss features a subscribers-only archive, but with permission to any subscriber to forward at will.