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April 6, 2018

successfailAbout this captureCOLLECTED BY Organization: Alexa Crawls Starting in 1996, Alexa Internet has been donating their crawl data to the Internet Archive. Flowing in every day, these data are added to the Wayback Machine after an embargo period. Collection: Alexa Crawl DJ Crawl DJ from Alexa Internet. This data is currently not publicly accessible. TIMESTAMPSThe topics currently under discussion are as follows: Options for new forum application software (17 messages) — Feedback requestedDiscussion – New South Wales & ACT (92 messages) — A discussion forum for local digital television issuesDiscussion – Queensland (9 messages) — Forum discussion for local digital television issuesDiscussion – South Australia & Northern Territory (39 messages) — Forum discussion for particular local digital TV issuesDiscussion – Tasmania (6 messages) — Forum for discussion about local digital TV issuesDiscussion – Victoria (28 messages) — A forum discussion for state-based issuesDiscussion – Western Australia (12 messages) — Forum for discussing local digital TV issuesForum Discussion – General Topics March 2002 (925 messages) — Some recent debates on the DBA public forum have been marked by the use of crude and offensive language. This is inappropriate and completely unnecessary. DBA maintains the public forum so that information, ideas and views about digital television may be exchanged freely, and so that forum participants may be better informed. Forum participants are reminded that there is no justification for the use of such language. Should messages containing language of this kind be posted on the public forum, they may be deleted by DBA, and should there be continuing infringements of this kind by any contributor, participation rights may be withdrawn.Forum Discussion – General Topics February 2002 (1658 messages) — Some recent debates on the DBA public forum have been marked by the use of crude and offensive language. This is inappropriate and completely unnecessary. DBA maintains the public forum so that information, ideas and views about digital television may be exchanged freely, and so that forumparticipants may be better informed. Forum participants are reminded that there is no justification for the use of such language. Should messages containing language of this kind be posted on the public forum, they may be deleted by DBA, and should there be continuing infringements of this kind by any contributor, participation rights may be withdrawn.Forum Discussion – January 2002 (871 messages) — Forum Discussion – December 2001 (611 messages) — Open discussion on digital television in AustraliaForum Discussion – November 2001 (665 messages) — Forum Discussion – October 2001 (415 messages) — Forum Discussion – September 2001 (232 messages) — Forum Discussion August 2001 (333 messages) — Post a new messageForum Discussion March & April 2001 (235 messages) — Forum Discussion May, June & July 2001 (350 messages) —