piotao at gmail.com
Tue Nov 5 14:16:38 CET 2013
Hi, unfortunately I have an inactive account there, and I have no idea who
and where is the forum administrator, to solve the problem. I can't use
password-restore function, and at all I'm disabled :(
But the forum seems to be a good idea. However, disussion list throws
emails right to my mailbox, so I just see the messages, while forum awaits
me and I have to peek there actively. :) Just my two cents.
Dolf, good to see you here!
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2013/11/5 Set Hallstrom <sakrecoer at gmail.com>
> On 2013-11-05 12:24, Dolf Veenvliet wrote:
> > Hi everyone,
> > Great to see so much activity on here now!
> > Just to mention a detail that I think many of us don't know about... I
> > didn't either till I heard about it at the Blender conference...
> > There is an education forum section on the official Blender.org forum...
> > perhaps a lot of these conversations can find a place there. Personally
> > I prefer a forum setting to newsgroups (for ease of browsing).
> > The forum is
> > here:
> > Dolf
> > _______________________________________________
> > Bf-education mailing list
> > Bf-education at blender.org
> > http://lists.blender.org/mailman/listinfo/bf-education
> That's AWSOME!!! I had no idea! <3
> The only thing i sort of get a bit doubtful about is that there is no
> way to log in with a "secure" connection (by https)
> Not that i really bother, I don't think anyone would store a private key
> or something risky on there, but in the case of teachers/students
> logging in from a public network, https would well be a good practice
> My 2 love-beans.
> Have a good day!
> Set Hallstrom
> AKA Sakrecoer
> WARNING: Remember clear-text email is subject to mass surveillance
> systems. Alone this information is useless. Our summed communications
> are worth humanity.
> Please keep in mind Internet is a boulevard in a crowded virtual city.
> Privacy is found under the cloaks.
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