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This list is used to exchange information about issues relating to the governance, implementation and management of the Azure cloud compute platform in the United Kingdom Higher and Further Education community

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Mailing list for the Computing Insight UK (CIUK) Cluster Challenge

For use by heads/managers of computer support groups in computer science departments/schools to discuss policies, software, hardware, staffing.

A list to facilitate discussion amongst members of the Faculty of Art, Design and Humanities at De Montfort University (staff and students) with an interest in Digital Humanities.

The DiRAC Project PI's list. This to facilitate communication between those awarded computing resources on the DiRAC HPC Systems and those who manage the DiRAC HPC Systems.

DMF (Data Migration Facility) service. Used to inform users of changes to the service.

UK activities for Data Acquisition(DAQ) development for the DUNE long-baseline neutrino experiment.

The UK e-Infrastructure Academic User Community Forum was created to maintain and grow the community of UK researchers who use computers of any shape or size in their research, regardless of discipline or domain. The purpose of the Forum mailing list is to give the e-infrastructure community regular updates on developments in the UK e-Infrastructure space and within the E-infrastructure Leadership Council, and to disseminate information about our bi-annual Forum meetings. These meetings provide a space for discussions about the community's future, and allow the community the opportunity to influence Government and help define e-infrastructure policy in the UK.

This list will be used for the dissemination of service information, training events, seminars and peer-to-peer advice related to the eIS Emerald GPU cluster system.

This list is for the announcements of events concerning Formal Aspects of Computing Science.

A support forum for discussion of all aspects of end-user computing and desktop management in HE and FE environments, open to all Scottish HE and FE IT staff.

Mailing list for members of technical staff providing IT Infrastructure Services at Welsh Higher Education institutions that are members of the HEWIT group.

The HPC Special Interest Group brings together sites running large local HPC facilities. By meeting and sharing experiences its mission is to promote and enable the use of research computation and to ensure its sustainable and effective use within the UK HEIs.

A mailing list for UK public sector HPC sysadmins, including early career for discussion of HPC system level topics

Technical Forum List for the ARCHER National HPC Service. Aims to allow ARCHER Users, Service Providers, and other interested partners discuss technical issues around using HPC in the UK. Will not be used for general announcements, only for technical discussion and details of ARCHER Technical Forum Meetings.

List to facilitate discussions and communications relating to strategy development for the IRIS project.

A list for the discussion of lecture capture and its use in UK higher education. This list is for any lecture capture platform / technology.

To discuss issues and best practice relating to the use of the Echo 360 lecture recording system (see http://www.Echo360.com) in HEIs within the London M25 area.

Discussion list about the use and rollout of multi-factor authentication. Primarily for UK federation and other federated uses cases.

NAIS Hardware Procurement Subgroup

Neural-Symbolic Learning and Reasoning Association

The Numerical Modelling Working Group consists of the numerical modelling support team at the British Atmospheric Data Centre and the NCAS Computational Modelling Support team based at the University of Reading

A mail group to support the actions of the North West Virtual Reality Group: sub list of ukvrsig

Service announcement for the Pearl cluster

Announcements concerning Provably Correct Systems ('ProCoS'), including conferences and other meetings, books and publications in general, jobs and studentships, etc.

There are proposals to include additional semantics within IP addresses to aid routing and define how packets are handled. This list provides a forum for discussion of address semantics, network architectures and routing system challenges, for software and hardware research.

SCARF cluster announcements

SCARF user discussion list

This list is intended for those in education support that develop in house software. ideally this list will be used to discuss and share ideas relating to education support software, such as student record systems or virtual learning environments.

There is growing interest in using streaming technology for delivering video, audio and synchronised multimedia presentations in learning, teaching and research. This list is for members of the UK HE community with input from other education sectors.

The energy used by ICT services is significant, but largely hidden. This list provides forum for those responsible for service provision and building management in education establishments to discuss the development of lower energy, more sustainable ICT policies and practices.

A list for the discussion about PET-MR and other multi-modality phantoms

This list is used to discuss issues relating to the teaching of computer and information security in UK higher education institutions.

A hands-on making and meeting event exploring the edges of technology on the wild edge of Scotland. It enables attendees to have a 'technological retreat', away from the pressures of their host institution, and also engage with the technology and design challenges of an isolated community.

Automated mails will be sent to users when a gadget is updated so that they can re-download the relevant gadget to obtain the updates

List for discussions on the digital accessibility legislation

This list is used by the users of the University of Central Lancashire's High Performance Computer Facility User Group

This list is for the discussion of network hardware - primarily configuration problems, software versions, and network management solutions.

Discussion list for users of NeXT and NeXT-derived technologies. This includes the use and maintenance of NeXT hardware; use and administration of NeXT Unix-based operating systems--NEXTSTEP and OPENSTEP--on NeXT or other hardware (ie. PC, Sparc, HP); migration to and use of NeXT-derived operating systems owned by Apple (ie. Darwin and MacOS X), and also the use and development of GNUstep; programming and software development for xSTEP, Darwin, MacOS X (Unix and Cocoa, but NOT Carbon or Classic), WebObjects and GNUstep. The list is intended primarily to provide a forum for UK users of these technologies (both academic and otherwise), but those from outside the UK (especially in Europe) are also encouraged to participate. Because of its origins in the NeXT-using community, the list is NOT intended to act as a forum for users of existing Apple systems wishing to migrate to OS X, as such users will be better served within existing Apple Mac fora. However, some Mac developers (especially those with Unix experience) may find the discussion of the Unix and Cocoa systems in OS X of interest. Additionally, non-NeXT Unix (including Linux and xBSD) users and developers wishing to investigate OS X may find the list to be a useful forum.

This is a mail list for UKeiG members to exchange information within the field of Intranets. UK e Information Group is a Special Interest Group of CILIP: the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals. UKeiG is a respected and well-established body for all information professionals, users and developers of electronic information resources. We promote and advance the effective exploitation and management of electronic information in all formats. UKeiG has individual and corporate members across all key UK sectors: government, legal, business and commerce, science, technology and healthcare, higher and further education, and the public sector.

This list has been retained 06/10/2021 no one can subscribe to this list and no one can post to this list. Contact help@jisc.ac.uk for all enquiries regarding this list Established in 1996, the aims of the UK PET Physics Group (previously the UK PET SIG) are to share common experience and where practical to co-ordinate efforts in areas of mutual interest amongst the participating institutions

List for researchers interested in unconventional and natural computation. #For those either based in Wales, or with links to research based in Wales.

Visualisation Interest Group at Harwell Campus, involving large facility scientists from STFC, Diamond Light Source, ESA, and any other organisations or companies who are interested in visualisation technologies, advances, services and developments on the Campus. Topics include scientific image analysis, visual analytics techniques for data analysis, and innovative use of large visualisation displays and VR/AR technologies for big volume, high fidelity data analysis and exploration, uncertainty analysis.