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14.5) Traditional Karate Mailing List




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This article is from the Martial Arts FAQ, by Matthew Weigel faq@idempot.net with numerous contributions by others.

14.5) Traditional Karate Mailing List

Another discussion forum, this time a bit more specialized, is the
Traditional Karate Mailing List, maintained by Howard S. High, of
which we include some of the Charter:

Charter for the Traditional Japanese/Okinawan Karate Group List Name:
KARATE

PURPOSE:

The purpose of this group is to provide a forum for individuals who
practice one or more of the traditional Japanese/Okinawan Karate
styles to share information and discuss issues. This is the first
"CYBER-Dojo" as a training supplement to Karate. The list is
un-moderated, with restricted membership.

MEMBERS:

Application for membership is open to any individual who practices
traditional Japanese/Okinawan Karate (teachers and students). An
exception to this rule will be for those individuals who follow the
traditional values but does not belong to a traditional school due to
reasons beyond the individual's control. Another exception is for
individuals who have not yet selected a martial art to follow. This
list can help such individuals choose their path.

APPLICATION PROCESS:

A prospective member will send a subscription command to the LISTSERV
Host: LISTPROC@RAVEN.CC.UKANS.EDU

command: subscribe karate < firstname_lastname>

The Host will forward an automatic reply which includes the
questionaire and the Principles of Conduct. After completing the
application, the prospective member will forward the application to:

cyberdojo@jkr.com

use Subject: Membership Request

The questionaire will be reviewed by the listowner. After review, the
list owner will either request more information from the applicant,
send a Welcome Letter to the new member, or advise the applicant why
the membership was not approved.

To find out more information about the Karate CyberDojo, link to the
following pages:

The Official Karate CyberDojo Web Page: http://www.ryu.com/CyberDojo

The Karate CyberDojo Journal: http://www.jkr.com/cyberdojo/journal

 

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