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Mailing list reminder: Scala-language

Welcome to the "Scala-language" mailing list.

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and to help keeping the list on topic.

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The "Scala-language" mailing list:

This list is the main forum for discussions and news about the
Scala language. Questions about programming in Scala, especially
by beginners, should preferably go to the "scala-user" list
instead: please post there if you would like to discuss your
code snippets or need assistance. Questions about Scala tools
should go to "scala-tools".

Questions about the Scala IDE for Eclipse should go to
http://groups.google.com/group/scala-ide-user.

Threads that become too long, and are unlikely to be of general
interest, should eventually be moved to "scala-debate".

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Other information:

There are several Scala lists devoted to individual topics (and
more may be created in the future). For the full list, please
see: http://www.scala-lang.org/node/199

Try to avoid cross-posting whenever possible. If you can, select
the list that is closer to your topic and post in that list only.
In any case, never cross-post replies.

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page: http://groups.google.com/group/scala-language/subscribe
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Mailing list reminder: Scala-language

Welcome to the "Scala-language" mailing list.

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and to help keeping the list on topic.

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The "Scala-language" mailing list:

This list is the main forum for discussions and news about the
Scala language. Questions about programming in Scala, especially
by beginners, should preferably go to the "scala-user" list
instead: please post there if you would like to discuss your
code snippets or need assistance. Questions about Scala tools
should go to "scala-tools".

Questions about the Scala IDE for Eclipse should go to
http://groups.google.com/group/scala-ide-user.

Threads that become too long, and are unlikely to be of general
interest, should eventually be moved to "scala-debate".

-------------------------------------------------------------------

Other information:

There are several Scala lists devoted to individual topics (and
more may be created in the future). For the full list, please
see: http://www.scala-lang.org/node/199

Try to avoid cross-posting whenever possible. If you can, select
the list that is closer to your topic and post in that list only.
In any case, never cross-post replies.

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page: http://groups.google.com/group/scala-language/subscribe
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Thank you!
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Mailing list reminder: Scala-language

Welcome to the "Scala-language" mailing list.

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to keep subscribers up-to-date with the mailing list services,
and to help keeping the list on topic.

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The "Scala-language" mailing list:

This list is the main forum for discussions and news about the
Scala language. Questions about programming in Scala, especially
by beginners, should preferably go to the "scala-user" list
instead: please post there if you would like to discuss your
code snippets or need assistance. Questions about Scala tools
should go to "scala-tools".

Questions about the Scala IDE for Eclipse should go to
http://groups.google.com/group/scala-ide-user.

Threads that become too long, and are unlikely to be of general
interest, should eventually be moved to "scala-debate".

-------------------------------------------------------------------

Other information:

There are several Scala lists devoted to individual topics (and
more may be created in the future). For the full list, please
see: http://www.scala-lang.org/node/199

Try to avoid cross-posting whenever possible. If you can, select
the list that is closer to your topic and post in that list only.
In any case, never cross-post replies.

If you ever want to unsubscribe from this list, just visit this
page: http://groups.google.com/group/scala-language/subscribe
or send an email to scala-language+unsubscribe [at] googlegroups [dot] com

Thank you!
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Mailing list reminder: Scala-language

Welcome to the "Scala-language" mailing list.

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to keep subscribers up-to-date with the mailing list services,
and to help keeping the list on topic.

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The "Scala-language" mailing list:

This list is the main forum for discussions and news about the
Scala language. Questions about programming in Scala, especially
by beginners, should preferably go to the "scala-user" list
instead: please post there if you would like to discuss your
code snippets or need assistance. Questions about Scala tools
should go to "scala-tools".

Questions about the Scala IDE for Eclipse should go to
http://groups.google.com/group/scala-ide-user.

Threads that become too long, and are unlikely to be of general
interest, should eventually be moved to "scala-debate".

-------------------------------------------------------------------

Other information:

There are several Scala lists devoted to individual topics (and
more may be created in the future). For the full list, please
see: http://www.scala-lang.org/node/199

Try to avoid cross-posting whenever possible. If you can, select
the list that is closer to your topic and post in that list only.
In any case, never cross-post replies.

If you ever want to unsubscribe from this list, just visit this
page: http://groups.google.com/group/scala-language/subscribe
or send an email to scala-language+unsubscribe [at] googlegroups [dot] com

Thank you!
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Mailing list reminder: Scala-language

Welcome to the "Scala-language" mailing list.

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to keep subscribers up-to-date with the mailing list services,
and to help keeping the list on topic.

-------------------------------------------------------------------

The "Scala-language" mailing list:

This list is the main forum for discussions and news about the
Scala language. Questions about programming in Scala, especially
by beginners, should preferably go to the "scala-user" list
instead: please post there if you would like to discuss your
code snippets or need assistance. Questions about Scala tools
should go to "scala-tools".

Questions about the Scala IDE for Eclipse should go to
http://groups.google.com/group/scala-ide-user.

Threads that become too long, and are unlikely to be of general
interest, should eventually be moved to "scala-debate".

-------------------------------------------------------------------

Other information:

There are several Scala lists devoted to individual topics (and
more may be created in the future). For the full list, please
see: http://www.scala-lang.org/node/199

Try to avoid cross-posting whenever possible. If you can, select
the list that is closer to your topic and post in that list only.
In any case, never cross-post replies.

If you ever want to unsubscribe from this list, just visit this
page: http://groups.google.com/group/scala-language/subscribe
or send an email to scala-language+unsubscribe [at] googlegroups [dot] com

Thank you!
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Mailing list reminder: Scala-language

Welcome to the "Scala-language" mailing list.

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to keep subscribers up-to-date with the mailing list services,
and to help keeping the list on topic.

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The "Scala-language" mailing list:

This list is the main forum for discussions and news about the
Scala language. Questions about programming in Scala, especially
by beginners, should preferably go to the "scala-user" list
instead: please post there if you would like to discuss your
code snippets or need assistance. Questions about Scala tools
should go to "scala-tools".

Questions about the Scala IDE for Eclipse should go to
http://groups.google.com/group/scala-ide-user.

Threads that become too long, and are unlikely to be of general
interest, should eventually be moved to "scala-debate".

-------------------------------------------------------------------

Other information:

There are several Scala lists devoted to individual topics (and
more may be created in the future). For the full list, please
see: http://www.scala-lang.org/node/199

Try to avoid cross-posting whenever possible. If you can, select
the list that is closer to your topic and post in that list only.
In any case, never cross-post replies.

If you ever want to unsubscribe from this list, just visit this
page: http://groups.google.com/group/scala-language/subscribe
or send an email to scala-language+unsubscribe [at] googlegroups [dot] com

Thank you!
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Mailing list reminder: Scala-language

Welcome to the "Scala-language" mailing list.

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to keep subscribers up-to-date with the mailing list services,
and to help keeping the list on topic.

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The "Scala-language" mailing list:

This list is the main forum for discussions and news about the
Scala language. Questions about programming in Scala, especially
by beginners, should preferably go to the "scala-user" list
instead: please post there if you would like to discuss your
code snippets or need assistance. Questions about Scala tools
should go to "scala-tools".

Questions about the Scala IDE for Eclipse should go to
http://groups.google.com/group/scala-ide-user.

Threads that become too long, and are unlikely to be of general
interest, should eventually be moved to "scala-debate".

-------------------------------------------------------------------

Other information:

There are several Scala lists devoted to individual topics (and
more may be created in the future). For the full list, please
see: http://www.scala-lang.org/node/199

Try to avoid cross-posting whenever possible. If you can, select
the list that is closer to your topic and post in that list only.
In any case, never cross-post replies.

If you ever want to unsubscribe from this list, just visit this
page: http://groups.google.com/group/scala-language/subscribe
or send an email to scala-language+unsubscribe [at] googlegroups [dot] com

Thank you!
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Welcome to the "Scala-language" mailing list.

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to keep subscribers up-to-date with the mailing list services,
and to help keeping the list on topic.

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The "Scala-language" mailing list:

This list is the main forum for discussions and news about the
Scala language. Questions about programming in Scala, especially
by beginners, should preferably go to the "scala-user" list
instead: please post there if you would like to discuss your
code snippets or need assistance. Questions about Scala tools
should go to "scala-tools".

Questions about the Scala IDE for Eclipse should go to
http://groups.google.com/group/scala-ide-user.

Threads that become too long, and are unlikely to be of general
interest, should eventually be moved to "scala-debate".

-------------------------------------------------------------------

Other information:

There are several Scala lists devoted to individual topics (and
more may be created in the future). For the full list, please
see: http://www.scala-lang.org/node/199

Try to avoid cross-posting whenever possible. If you can, select
the list that is closer to your topic and post in that list only.
In any case, never cross-post replies.

If you ever want to unsubscribe from this list, just visit this
page: http://groups.google.com/group/scala-language/subscribe
or send an email to scala-language+unsubscribe [at] googlegroups [dot] com

Thank you!
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Mailing list reminder: Scala-language

Welcome to the "Scala-language" mailing list.

This automatic reminder is sent once a month to the list,
to keep subscribers up-to-date with the mailing list services,
and to help keeping the list on topic.

-------------------------------------------------------------------

The "Scala-language" mailing list:

This list is the main forum for discussions and news about the
Scala language. Questions about programming in Scala, especially
by beginners, should preferably go to the "scala-user" list
instead: please post there if you would like to discuss your
code snippets or need assistance. Questions about Scala tools
should go to "scala-tools".

Questions about the Scala IDE for Eclipse should go to
http://groups.google.com/group/scala-ide-user.

Threads that become too long, and are unlikely to be of general
interest, should eventually be moved to "scala-debate".

-------------------------------------------------------------------

Other information:

There are several Scala lists devoted to individual topics (and
more may be created in the future). For the full list, please
see: http://www.scala-lang.org/node/199

Try to avoid cross-posting whenever possible. If you can, select
the list that is closer to your topic and post in that list only.
In any case, never cross-post replies.

If you ever want to unsubscribe from this list, just visit this
page: http://groups.google.com/group/scala-language/subscribe
or send an email to scala-language+unsubscribe [at] googlegroups [dot] com

Thank you!
The Scala Team

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