* Peter T. Daniels
| Is there some way that messages from "qalam" could be identified in
| the header?

The best solution to that problem is to take all messages that have
"qalam@yahoogroups.com" in either the "To" or the "Cc" field and
filter them into a special mail folder.

That's really the only way to stay sane if you subscribe to several
mailing lists.

That said, it is possible to configure YahooGroups to add a [qalam]
tag to every message. Personally I don't like that (it's just useless
clutter, especially when messages bounce across lists), but I don't
object very strongly to it either.

| BTW McManus in WWS says ogham "continued to be studied" down to the
| 17th century -- that is, the tradition never died out and there was
| no "decipherment."

Use is different from study, though, and surely the study of Ogham has
continued down to the present day? It would be interesting to know how
long it was used.

Lars Marius Garshol, Ontopian <URL: http://www.ontopia.net >
ISO SC34/WG3, OASIS GeoLang TC <URL: http://www.garshol.priv.no >