http://groups-beta.google.com/group/Configuration-Management join this group on google beta group site
Please join the new group on google beta group site
Thanks for your interest
pompy Belkar wrote:
> Please join the new group on google beta group site
> Thanks for your interest
If everybody here created a new group there, we all would have
to follow hundreds of groups to keep up with discussion. Why
not use the Usenet, with its standard protocols to access the
/ __| |_ _____ _____ _ _ Heiner STEVEN <hei...Is this group only a Google group?
I'm discovering APL and I posted a question yesterday on the comp.lang.apl =
nntp group. While searching for more information about APL, I stumbled upon=
this Google group. I see that it has the same posts than the nntp group, b=
ut the last nntp post is from October 1st, 2014.
I'm thus wondering if there is are synchronization issues between nntp and =
the Google group, or if the problem is with my nntp provider.
comp.lang.apl is definitely a usenet group.
Many providers aren't retaining many newsgroups long enough and also seem to
...Google Groups and SAS-L
Every time I post a reply on Google Groups, nothing shows (that could
be good or bad depending on what people think).
Anyone else seeing this issue?
...Re: Google groups delay
Indeed ... maybe 97000 is a magic number for them (96999 is the number of
topics currently listed)?
On Mon, Oct 27, 2008 at 6:41 PM, Richard <email@example.com> wrote:
> Anyone noticed that google groups is not updating SAS-L ?
> Today the newest item is dated 2 days ago.
SAS in Google groups is Just all messages from SAS L?
On Oct 30, 3:15=A0pm, adri...@GPP.COM.BR (Adriano Rodrigues) wrote:
> Hi all,
> SAS in Google groups =A0is Just all messages from SAS L?
SAS in Google groups is NOT ALL messages from SAS-L, but it is one of
the most convenient ways to browse the latest posts and search _most_
of the archives.
For the complete current postings and archives of SAS-L go to the
University of Georgia website:
-- Bill McKirgan
...Re: Google groups delay #3
It also happened about 4 weeks ago. The whole weekend Google Groups did not
synchronize (that is _all_ discussion groups). It took more than a day to
synchronize after that. Even now GG does not seem to be up to date if you
read and compare the newsgroups using another web based news browser like
newsgroups.derkeiler.com . I don't know who or what address to email about it.
Regards - Jim.
Jim Groeneveld, Netherlands
Statistician, SAS consultant
...Re: Google groups delay #2
On Mon, 27 Oct 2008 19:01:34 -0500, Joe Matise <snoopy369@GMAIL.COM> wrote:
>Indeed ... maybe 97000 is a magic number for them (96999 is the number of
>topics currently listed)?
Its gone past 97000! (currently at 97005)
>On Mon, Oct 27, 2008 at 6:41 PM, Richard <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Anyone noticed that google groups is not updating SAS-L ?
>> Today the newest item is dated 2 days ago.
...Google Groups in Google Account.
Hello I have a Google account with Gmail and I am a user of Google
Groups as well though not very hard...
Under "Google Account" I could see all my services EXCEPT Google
Groups. Could anyone say what to do, if it is dangerous or not, and...
Does anyone have the same problem? Maybe we could apply to Google all,
On May 16, 11:21 am, Evgeny Debaker <utj...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello I have a Google account with Gmail and I am a user of Google
> Groups as well though not very hard...
> Under "Google Account" I could see ...newbie group http://groups-beta.google.com/group/common-lisp-beginners
I just created a new group only for very newbies Common Lisp
This group is only suitable for developers trying to learn Common Lisp
as a new language, or just looking for some very basic lisp snippet of
The idea is to have a corner for learning Common Lisp before becoming a
real lisp programmer that could participate here.
The group is for first level programming students, or for developers
using another programming languages like me.
I have experience in C#, VB.NET, and want to go into functional
languages, particularly Common Lisp.
Re: (PhySci.org Java) FAQ - references to Google/Google Groups
Note: Cross-posted to c.l.j.help and c.l.j.programmer,
with follow-ups (replies) set to comp.lang.java.programmer
*only*. If you interested in this thread, or wish to
contribute to it, c.l.j.p. is the place to look.
I had become concerned at the reliance of my Java FAQ to the
Google search engine, so I have added a new section to the
document commenting on both Google and Google groups beta.
In a nutshell, it says
'There are other search engines - use your favorite&...Google Groups relay of this Usenet group
Today I had occasion to access this newsgroup through Google Groups as I was
testing the link from the COBOL21 site to this group.
I was quite apalled at the amount of OT rubbish that is being posted and NOT
filtered by Google.
Because I usually access via a Newsreader (Outlook Express) I don't see all
the exhortations to convert to Islam or the fact that somebody is doing some
kind of jiggle in a Bollywood movie.
My Newsreader filters all the rubbish and also allows me to add filters for
posts I don't want to read.
I'm not sure what percentage of readers here use Google G...Google Groups suggested this group to me. Go figure.
Here's a fun little challenge for unix admins....
source this file into the shell state, then execute test functions,
# then votescript.
votescript. Paper ballots, happy electronic trails.
This is an example program that makes a PC and printer a ballot editing
station for elections with paper ballots.
This is maybe the all-time example of the K.I.S.S. rule, Keep It Simple
Stupid. Most of this can be customized to a particular locality with
almost no knowledge of programming. I hope.
Rick Hohensee, April 2004 & Sept/Oct. 2006
GNU Bash shell script, ...OT: Google Groups Vs Yahoo groups
Just trying to find out your experiences about which group is Ideal and has
lot features that are well suited for discussions. Couple of my friends are
brain storming to start a group where we could share or thoughts on various
topics (which might include sharing documents ,Videos , or links ) . I am
looking for a place where if upload something they could view those
documents but can't change or delete or download with authors permission ??
Send attachments to whole group via email (this is something I looking very
Is there a place like that ?? This purely for edu...HA groups started on new Google Groups
A HA related groups started on the new Google Groups 2. Open to everyone.
email@example.com (gregjsmith) writes:
>A HA related groups started on the new Google Groups 2.
Dang! I was hoping it would just be the technically-illiterate who
who would fork Usenet groups into such proprietary systems.
Kyler Laird <Kyler@news.Lairds.org> wrote in message news:<firstname.lastname@example.org>...
> Dang! I was hoping it would just be the technically-illiterate who
> who would fork Usenet groups into such proprietary s...New PHP + PostgreSQL group at Google Groups 2
Hello. I have created a new group in the Google Groups beta site for
PHP + PostgreSQL development.
This group is for questions on advanced web development with PHP and
PostgreSQL using Linux. Topics include functions, regular expressions,
classes (OOP), speed, security, editor customization, SQL, and
Everyone is welcome.
...How to use SAS to determine patient group and control group?
I have 24 groups of patients with different size, age, gender percent,
medical cost etc. and I want to divide those 24 groups into 2 big
groups: Patient group and Control group. The two groups should have
similiar size, age, gender....etc.
Is there anyway we can do this with SAS?
Thanks for your help.
> Hi Guys,
> I have 24 groups of patients with different size, age, gender percent,
> medical cost etc. and I want to divide those 24 groups into 2 big
> groups: Patient group and Control group. The two groups should have
> similiar size, age, gender....etc.
> Is there anyway we can do this with SAS?
> Thanks for your help.
I am going to assume that you don't already have a variable indicating
treatment group and that what you want to do is randomly assign your
subjectgs to two different experimental groups.
- use the randuni function to assign a value to a numeric variable.
- sort your subjects by that variable
- take the first 12 to be group one, and the second group to be group 2
- then flip a coin to to determine which group is control (heads=1, tails=2).
Not really. You ought to have thought of control and experimental groups
before you collected the data. Unless there's something common about some
of the 24 groups, you can't arbitray assign them to either of large groups.
"Tonywang" <email@example.com> wrote in message
...usenet news groups and google groups advanced search
I experience problems with the Google Groups Advanced Search
when I try to find messages posted to USENET news groups.
I you search in
you can find a number of complains about that problem since 2007.
Here are some current problems I find:
The search by author doesn't work well (the author or poster of a
USENET message is specified in the From: line of the message header
and it's usually the author's name ...Subject: Re: Google Groups: Searching *ONLY* for usenet groups ????
>Randy Howard wrote:
>> firstname.lastname@example.org says...
>> ... snip ...
>>> I *like* the www.google.co.uk so far. So glad it was mentioned by
>>> Arthur J. O'Dwyer.
>> I'll take a look at it, had not seen it until it mas mentioned
> The last time I looked at that it apparently could not access the
> message being replied to form a quote. Maybe they fixed it?
Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. I'm using google groups UK
at present, the posting works for about 70% o...Re: OT: Google Groups Vs Yahoo groups #5
> From: SAS_learner <email@example.com> wrote:
> > hello all,
> > Just trying to find out your experiences about which group
> is Ideal and has
> > lot features that are well suited for discussions. Couple
> of my friends are
> > brain storming to start a group where we could share or
> thoughts on various
> > topics (which might include sharing documents ,Videos , or
> links ) . I am
> > looking for a place where if upload something they could view those
> > documents but can't change or delete or download with
Thanks for the pointer to
I am *stunned* that I am the top poster. Just *stunned*. Especially
with all those posts by Charlie-boo.
Although it looks like Denver will be taking the crown sometime soon...
Ahhh, July 1997. I remember it well.
Ben Bishop <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Thanks for the pointer to
>I am *stunned* that I am the top poster. Just *stunned*. Especially
>with all those posts by Charlie-boo.
>Although it looks like Denver will ...Google Groups
Google Groups offers to translate a majority of 7's posts into English. It =
doesn't do too bad of a job, either. Unforunately 7 is such a tard that eve=
n the Mighty Friend of Linux and Open Source and Doer of Only Good Deeds, G=
oogle, can't completely correct the idiocy. Perhaps with time and "many eye=
s" we can get a translator that will correct 7's tard-speak.
"While pregnant for me, my mom continued to drink, at least for the 1st tri=
mester if not more." - Snit
On 3/12/2012 12:44 PM, cc wrote:
> Google Groups offers to translate a majority of 7's posts into English. It doesn't do too bad of a job, either. Unforunately 7 is such a tard that even the Mighty Friend of Linux and Open Source and Doer of Only Good Deeds, Google, can't completely correct the idiocy. Perhaps with time and "many eyes" we can get a translator that will correct 7's tard-speak.
Did you try this one?
"Linux markets its cheaper products while appil trolls who promote
products to milk wimmin out of money with their money milking debt
creating iPiddys, and MP3 players such as ipod will happily side with
appil and their milking maidens targeting wimmin to milk wimmin dry and
putting them into debt."
"DFS" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
> On 3/12/2012 12:44 PM, cc wrote:
>> Google Groups offers to translate a majority of 7's posts into English. ...Google Groups ?
Have an iPad3
Not too sharp on using it, I have to admit.
I presently use news.eternal.september to get to the Usenet Newsgroups
on my PC.
On the iPad, I think, the only option is to use Google Groups.
This is fine, works well, but I have to do a Search each time I want to
A real pain.
Google seems to have now a zillion Apps and icons for their multitude of
But, I can find nothing for Google Groups ?
Or, an easy way to get there.
Any suggestions on how to get to and use Google Groups easily ?
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