[ RadSafe ] keep the Radsafe list active
Baumbaugh, Joel T CIV SPAWARSYSCEN-PACIFIC, 55360
joel.baumbaugh at navy.mil
Wed Aug 20 14:56:16 CDT 2014
Ha, you have me beat John, I think it was 1990 for me, although it might have been earlier (I'd have to ask old co-workers at the University I was working at)... Was Melissa our first Moderator or was it Mike? ... must be "Old Timers"...
I've gotten a lot out of Radsafe over the years. There used to be a pretty good source exchange (someone was asking about that a while back). I picked up a lot of good sources that people no longer needed and couldn't afford to get rid of - and pretty good information when I needed clarification on something or at least someone to respond to/from when I needed a sounding-board.
Its changed a lot over the years - people have more of a tendency to leave Health Physics and go branching off into - well, sometimes I don't know where, but for the most part it's been pretty informative. ...and the "personal" (character) attacks were not fun to read at all... People were getting nasty...
....It would be a shame to see it go however, I hope these problems get fixed... Jeff, I hope you tough it out...
San Diego, CA
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I agree. I've been using and enjoying Radsafe since I moved back to Canada
John R Johnson
On Wed, Aug 20, 2014 at 10:46 AM, Bob May <may at jlab.org> wrote:
> I completely concur with Sander Perle. Jeff has done a fantastic job
> managing the list. It is a well moderated forum. Please keep it active.
> Bob May
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