From: Adam Przepiórkowski <adampipipan.waw.pl>
Subject: Five Years of Polish Linguistic List!
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The Polish Linguistic List was created on 28th March 2006 with the aim to
fill a local niche left by the Linguist List. While messages sent to the
latter should have ''Global Relevance'' (''the message must be relevant to
linguists everywhere, and should not target a select group of people or
those in a specific locality''), the Polish list welcomes announcements of
all kinds of linguistic events in Poland, including local seminars and PhD
defences, information about newly published books in Polish and new issues
of Polish linguistic journals, etc.
There are currently about 470 subscribers to the list and the traffic is
rather small: on the average 4.5 messages a week this year. Since the list
is moderated, there is no spam.
More information (in Polish), a simple subscription form and list archives
may found at:
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
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