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From sj@MediaFilter.org Fri Apr 7 06:34:00 1995
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Greetings-

this is a test of the www email relay on MediaFilter.

Please send messages from Sarajevo OnLine to be
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Paul Garrin
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From sj@MediaFilter.org Fri Apr 7 06:46:57 1995 Received: from [204.183.126.182] by MediaFilter.escape.com with SMTP (MailShare 1.0b10); Fri, 7 Apr 1995 06:46:59 -0500 X-Sender: shadow@MediaFilter.org Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Date: Fri, 7 Apr 1995 06:46:59 -0500 To: sj@MediaFilter.org From: sj@MediaFilter.org Subject: www email relay Message-ID: <1414885277-15521041@MediaFilter.escape.com> From: MediaFilter This is to confirm that the test worked from this end. Please confirm your end. Try accessing this url using netscape: /MFF/SJ.html This is the location of the www email relay for participation in Sarajevo OnLine. It will continue to operate past April 7, 1995.....Indefinitely. This is a call for more participation and the extension of this "Media Event" into a more serious and ongoing communication lifeline. How can we get the resources to keep the lines open? Will the telecom companies support peace? Don't just exploit this for ratings-- Keep the lines open. It's time to let people write their own history! Let's start now. peace Paul Garrin MediaFilter /MFF/mfhome
From sj@MediaFilter.org Fri Apr 7 07:03:11 1995 Received: from [204.183.126.182] by MediaFilter.escape.com with SMTP (MailShare 1.0b10); Fri, 7 Apr 1995 07:03:20 -0500 X-Sender: shadow@MediaFilter.org Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Date: Fri, 7 Apr 1995 07:03:20 -0500 To: sj@MediaFilter.org From: sj@MediaFilter.org Subject: www relay for Sarajevo OnLine Message-ID: <1414884296-15579635@MediaFilter.escape.com> From: MediaFilter Jojo, Wam, Eric, Ivo, Geert, and people of ZaMir Network and ARKzine, greetings. This is the first test of the list linking the "Sarajevo OnLine" hosted by wmedia@dialup.francenet.fr and an open call to them to keep the lines open. This relay is located at: /MFF/SJ.html and is the MediaFilter www email relay for participation in Sarajevo OnLine. It will continue to operate past April 7, 1995.....Indefinitely... as long as the resources exist to keep the lines of communication open. This is a call for more participation and the extension of this "Media Event" into a more serious and ongoing communication lifeline. How can we get the resources to keep the lines open? Will the telecom companies support peace? Don't just exploit this for ratings-- Keep the lines open. It's time to let people write their own history! Let's start now. peace Paul Garrin MediaFilter /MFF/mfhome
From relay@MediaFilter.org Fri Apr 7 08:11:57 1995 Received: from [204.183.126.182] by MediaFilter.escape.com with SMTP (MailShare 1.0b10); Fri, 7 Apr 1995 08:12:05 -0500 X-Sender: relay@MediaFilter.org Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Date: Fri, 7 Apr 1995 08:12:05 -0500 To: sj@MediaFilter.org From: sj@MediaFilter.org Subject: ZaMir Network Message-ID: <1414880171-132619@MediaFilter.escape.com> From: MediaFilter Before this "Media Event" a.k.a. Sarajevo OnLine, the ZaMir network has provided practical services of electronic communication for over two years. They continue to do this weather or not the media spotlight is on. This is a call to all those with resources to keep the lines open, and help them grow, because with them comes peace. The following is an excerpt from the ARKzine article on ZaMir Network: (please excuse the html to those ascii readers!) Set up just over two years ago in a dimly-lit basement in the north German city of Bielefeld, ``ZaMir'' -- Serbo-Croat for ``towards peace'' -- is a computerized collection point and forwards messages to and from former Yugoslavia. Two Bielefeld artists, Rena Tangens and her partner who calls himself Padeluun, tend 2.6 gigabytes of computer mailbox power that provides a gateway to the war zone where rebel Serbs are pitted against Croats and Bosnian Muslims. Tangens says 500 to 1,000 users are now regularly connected via nodes in Sarajevo, Zagreb, Skopje, Belgrade, Ljubljana and Pristina to the worldwide web of computer users and the network is expanding rapidly. Please help continue tho moves towards peace by supporting efforts to provide day to day communications facilities. Let's go beyond the Media Hype and DO SOMETHING to STOP THE GENOCIDE. Don't let the established media conceal the truth. It's time to let people write their own history! Let's start now. peace Paul Garrin MediaFilter
>To: BEN@pressnow.xs4all.nl, GEERT@xs4all.nl, MF@mediafilter.escape.com, ISKORIC@igc.apc.org,wmedia@dialup.francenet.fr >CC: E.BACHMAN@BIONIC.ZER.DE, balkanmedia@zamir-lj.ztn.zer.de, CYBERSPACE@PZ-TAXI.zer >From: JO.SPEK@ZAMIR-ZG.ztn.zer.de (Jo V.D. Spek) >Path: hsp.zer.de!bionic.zer.de!zamir-zg.ztn.zer.de!JO.SPEK >Organization: ZaMir Transnational Net >Subject: Sarajewo on-line >Date: Tue, 28 Mar 1995 00:03:29 +0100 >X-Mailer: ZERBERUS V5.2 Rel2.5 >X-Gateway: ZCONNECT UP royal.owl.de [UNIX/Connect v0.71] >MIME-Version: 1.0 >Lines: 17 > This message was forwarded to "Sarajevo OnLine" (which may expire soon, and to ZaMir and MediaFilter, who will live on....... ----------------FORWARDED MESSAGE-------------- >dear collegues in Europe, > >writing from Zagreb, on the computer of the alternative independent newspaper ARKzin I, would like to contribute a question to your conference about Sarajewo. > >Considering that Sarajewo is a symbol of the war in Ex-Yugoslavia, a symbol of the suffering of the people of Bosnia and a symbol of the limits of European power, I take the liberty of asking you: >- what makes you think that using this gadget called E-mail or World Wide Web would change the message of people who have for three years now told you the same thing: show the guts and the human decency to stop the siege of this city? >- if the truth about Sarajewo is known and exploited ad absurdum, would it not be better to concentrate your resources on exposing the arrogance and hipocrisy of the European sect of policy-makers? >- if millons of refugees, hundreds of thousands of dead and thousands of destroyed towns and villages are not enough to convince your leaders and their voters to do more than posing for a portrait f collective impotence, can+t you think of something better than electronic masturbation to charm your readership? >- why don+t you e.g. offer one evening Eurovision-time, or one special edition of your newspaper to collegues from Sarajewo, or Tuzla or Zenica or Mostar or Pakrac to tell their side of the story? > >The people in the countries of post-Yugoslavia maybe victims of many criminals, but many of us are not helpless fodder for mediocrats happy to have a go at your last discovered toys. Direct access to your editorial terminals, that would be a nice try. > >yours sincerely > > > > -----Note: read more of the history in their own words in WarZone-----
From relay@MediaFilter.org Fri Apr 7 14:33:20 1995 Received: from [204.183.126.182] by MediaFilter.escape.com with SMTP (MailShare 1.0b10); Fri, 7 Apr 1995 14:33:27 -0500 X-Sender: relay@MediaFilter.org Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Date: Fri, 7 Apr 1995 14:33:27 -0500 To: sj@MediaFilter.org From: sj@Mediafilter.org Subject: Sarajevo OnLine/www email relay Message-ID: <1414857289-1506617@MediaFilter.escape.com> From: MediaFilter To post messages on the MediaFilter www site regarding events in the former Yugoslavia, send email to: sj@MediaFilter.org It will automatically be forwarded to the mailing list for ZaMir and be posted on the www. The form for submission on the www is located at: /MFF/SJform.html and the responses are located at: /MFF/SJ.html This will continue in spite of the expiration of the "Media Event" known as Sarajevo On Line. This will be an on going endeavor to open channels of communication with people in the domain of the ZaMir Network. This is for real, no hype--just as ZaMir is for real, not just some "event" that lasts only a few days. peace Paul Garrin MediaFilter mf@MediaFilter.org /MFF/mfhome


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