Well, greetings, all, and welcome to the new year! This is a notable time of year, for three reasons. Firstly, we are beginning a new volume, number seven. Secondly, we are marking the first anniversary of the Dargon Project, which has been remarkably successful. And, finally, it was two years ago that FSFnet’s first issue was sent out. So please excuse any sentimentality which follows.
As we enter our third year of publication, I’d like to send out some very special thanks to everyone involved in the production of the magazine. Without their aid, FSFnet would not have seen the end of the first semester. I’d also like to thank those who distribute the magazine onto other networks, and who knows where else (*I* certainly don’t)! And, of course, I’d like to thank the readership for their interest and support. That’s what it’s all about. Special thanks go to Joseph Curwen, Jim Owens, Chuq von Rospach, Mike Murphy, Alan Clegg, Chris Condon, and Bob Boag.
Well, enough of the sentimentality. Thank you, one and all, for making the zine a success. Best wishes, one and all.