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FAQ Topic - Which newsgroups deal with javascript? (2008-01-29)

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The official Usenet newsgroup dealing with javascript is
comp.lang.javascript. There are other newsgroups but many of
them are not carried by most news feeds. clj is an unmoderated newsgroup.
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Jan 29 '08 #1
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In comp.lang.javascript message <47***********************@news.sunsite.
dk>, Tue, 29 Jan 2008 00:00:01, FAQ server <ja********@dotinternet.be>
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The official Usenet newsgroup dealing with javascript is
comp.lang.javascript. There are other newsgroups but many of
them are not carried by most news feeds. clj is an unmoderated newsgroup.
Official? What office?

If one considers Usenet as being the Big-8 only (pedantic; and
introducing an unnecessary restriction not in the Question), that's
right, but it is limited.

"not" ... "most news feeds" is unimportant nowadays; even if many
servers ignore news:pl.comp.lang.javascript, you can see it at Google
(but they seem to omit news:no.comp.lang.javascript).

Re 2.7 : microsoft.public.scripting.jscript is not the only Jscript
group, even if those probably not in ~English are disregarded.

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