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UK Newsadmin's FAQ
Section - 9. Who are the moderators of the uk.* groups?

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You do not really need this information, unless you want to construct your
'mailpaths' file d-i-y style. But here is the information available at the
present time, if you really like to see it. Note how they all go through
"@usenet.org.uk". This has been done so that any change requested by the
moderator can be implemented speedily, without the necessity of negotiating
the details with isc.org.

uk.announce			mod-uk-announce (at) usenet.org.uk
				uk-announce-request (at) usenet.org.uk
uk.answers                      uk-answers (at) usenet.org.uk
				uk-answers-request (at) usenet.org.uk
uk.business.telework		uk-business-telework (at) usenet.org.uk
				uk-business-telework-request (at) usenet.org.uk
uk.gay-lesbian-bi		uk-gay-lesbian-bi (at) usenet.org.uk
				uk-gay-lesbian-bi-request (at) usenet.org.uk
uk.legal.moderated		uk-legal-moderated (at) usenet.org.uk
				uk-legal-moderated-request (at) usenet.org.uk
uk.local.yorkshire.moderated	uk-local-yorkshire-moderated (at) usenet.org.uk
				uk-local-yorkshire-moderated-request (at) usenet.org.uk
uk.net.beginners		uk-net-beginners (at) usenet.org.uk
				uk-net-beginners-request (at) usenet.org.uk
uk.net.news.announce		control (at) usenet.org.uk
				uk-net-news-announce-request (at) usenet.org.uk
uk.org.bcs.announce		uk-org-bcs-announce (at) usenet.org.uk
				uk-org-bcs-announce-request (at) usenet.org.uk
uk.org.starlink.announce	announce (at) starlink.rutherford.ac.uk
				also uk-org-starlink-announce (at) usenet.org.uk
uk.people.bdsm.personals	uk-people-bdsm-personals (at) usenet.org.uk
				uk-people-bdsm-personals-request (at) usenet.org.uk
uk.politics.announce		uk-politics-announce (at) usenet.org.uk
				uk-politics-announce-request (at) usenet.org.uk
uk.religion.christian		uk-religion-christian (at) usenet.org.uk
				uk-religion-christian-request (at) usenet.org.uk
uk.religion.jewish		uk-religion-jewish (at) usenet.org.uk
				uk-religion-jewish-request (at) usenet.org.uk

Where a separate "-request" address is provided, this is guaranteed to point
to a human moderator rather than a robot. Such addresses should be used to
contact the moderator directly, as opposed to submitting an article.

Currently,
  uk.announce
  uk.answers
  uk.business.telework
  uk.gay-lesbian-bi
  uk.legal.moderated
  uk.local.yorkshire.moderated
  uk.net.beginners
  uk.people.bdsm.personals
  uk.politics.announce
  uk.religion.jewish
are the only groups where this makes a difference. In the other cases, the
two aliases actually point to the same address, although this may change
in the future.

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