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[soc.culture.russian] SCR and Cyrillization FAQ: part 0/4 (listing)


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Last-Modified: 1996/08/04
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Back from vacation!

Below is a monthly repost of some relevant SOC.CULTURE.RUSSIAN materials,
last updated on August 4, 1996. If you have any questions, suggestions or
additions, e-mail pv02@lehigh.edu or kalmoth@rt66.com. The materials of
this FAQ in hypertext form can be found on the World-Wide Web:

URL: http://www.rt66.com/~kalmoth/scrFAQ.html

Other related materials are available at

URL: http://www.siber.com/sib/

The URLs above points to SOC.CULTURE.RUSSIAN home page and SOVINFORMBUREAU
pages respectively. Again, all comments and suggestions welcome.

The text of this FAQ is written by Vadim Maslov <vadik@cs.umd.edu>
and by Peter Vorobieff <pv02@lehigh.edu>, <kalmoth@rt66.com>. The
copyright to this FAQ belongs to Vadim Maslov and Peter Vorobieff.

The new features of the current version of the FAQ include the "quick
how-to" section on Cyrillic installation for several platforms,
and references to more places related to Russian literature and publishing
on the WWW.

Part 4 of the FAQ is, as usual, "under construction," as well as
the webified version of the FAQ.

Peter Vorobieff <pv02@lehigh.edu> - the Keeper of the FAQ.

URL: http://www.lehigh.edu/~pv02/
URL: http://www.rt66.com/~kalmoth/

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Contents:

1. SOC.CULTURE.RUSSIAN CHARTER AND POSTING SUGGESTIONS
   answers the questions:
   - What is S.C.R.?
   - What is the language of S.C.R.?
   - What should and should not be posted to S.C.R.?
   - What other newsgroups with related topics exist?
   - What to post and NOT to post?
   - How to react to net abuse?
   - Why hate speech articles cannot be eliminated?
   - How to react to hate speech?
   - How to react to an article you LIKED?
   - What is a killfile and how to use it?
   - Whom to killfile?
   - What is the crossposting strategy?

2. Cyrillic Paleo-FAQ
   answers the questions:
   - What are the ways to write and read in Russian on Internet?
   - What is necessary to install Cyrillic fonts/drivers on my computer?
   - How to use FTP, Gopher, WWW cruisers to download the necessary files?

3. Russian net resources
   answers the questions:
   - What are relcom newsgroups and how to get them?
   - What places on Usenet other than s.c.r have information about Russia?
   - Are there any Russian mailing lists?
   - What are the FTP, Gopher and WWW sites with Russian resources?
   - Are there any Russian online newspapers/magazines?

4. Miscellaneous (to be expanded)
   answers the questions:
   - Where can one buy/order Russian books and magazines in the United States?
   - How to get visas to/from Russia?
   - How can I get in touch with the Russian Consulate in the US?
   - What phone company can one use to call to Russia?
   - What is the cheapest way to fly to Russia?
   - What is the FUN way of flying IN Russia?
   - Are there any Russian newspapers/magazines available on Internet/WWW?
   - What are the places on WWW to look for information on Russian music?
   - What literature in Russian is available on WWW?
   - Where can I find Russian food recipes on WWW?
   - What is the current situation with parliamentary and presidential
     elections in Russia?
   - How are things going in Russian football?
   - What is the state of role-playing gaming in Russia?

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