Re: NANFA-- Native Fish Webring

Jay DeLong (
Wed, 07 Mar 2001 08:52:16 -0800

Looks good, Chuck.
I am one of the NANFA page contributors and for me it's not a love or hate
thing; it's more of how it's done and what it will accomplish. My first
thoughts were whether there are even enough native fish websites out there
to make a ring. But if everyone felt that way no one would contribute,
huh? I'll look into it.

Jay DeLong
Olympia, WA

>To sign up for the Native Fish Netring, please visit > > >As of now, there's only my two pages linked into the webring. Eventually, of >course, the goal is to have as many native-fish sites that exist linked in >if they so wish. Some folks love webrings, others hate 'em. It's up to the >individual site's owner to decide if they'd like to participate. I intend to >actively provide support to the ring and its members -- ensuring ringcode is >properly placed, answering questions, and so on. My netring email address >(that will be published on the Web) is To you fine >folks on the email list, I can always be reached at > >Chuck Miró >Northern Virginia & Washington, D.C.

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