Logic List Mailing Archive
Re-activation of the list / new moderator: Dr Deniz Sarikaya
Dear [LOGIC] list subscribers,
We are sure you noticed: the [LOGIC] list has been inactive for the last
nine months -- many subscribers wrote to us and asked about its status.
Finally, we are now in the process of re-activating the list.
The [LOGIC] list started as a private mailing lists for friends and
colleagues in the year 2000, then became the official mailing list of the
logic group in Bonn (whence some people still refer to it as the 'Bonn
logic list'), and later various other institutions got informally
involved: the ILLC in Amsterdam provided the archive website and the
twitter feed, the Universitt Hamburg provided the mailman software, etc.
After over twenty years, it was time to create an institutional backbone
for the list to guarantee its continued existence that does not (only)
depend on individuals.
The Division for Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science and
Technology of the International Union of History and Philosophy of Science
and Technology (DLMPST/IUHPST) has now taken the responsibility for this
list; the ILLC will kindly continue to provide the archive website and the
twitter feed for which we should like to thank them very much:
The LOGIC list will continue to function as it used to: as a fully
moderated list with a limited amount of daily traffic (capped at eight
messages per day), disseminating information about job offers and events
in logic, interdisciplinarily construed (i.e., including mathematics,
philosophy, and theoretical computer science).
The Executive Committee of DLMPST has appointed the first official
moderator of the LOGIC list: Dr Deniz Sarikaya from the Vrije Universiteit
Brussel, who was appointed for the period of four years (until 2027). The
list will resume posting announcements shortly; for the time being, we
shall continue to use the e-mail address
for collecting posting recommendations and distributing them, but we
anticipate moving to a different address very soon.
The DLMPST Executive Committee would like to thank Dr Sarikaya for
volunteering for this important community task which comes with a lot of
work and no compensation other than knowing that the community appreciates
it. Please be kind to him.
With all the best wishes on behalf of the DLMPST Executive Committee,
[LOGIC] mailing list
provided by a collaboration of the DVMLG, the Maths Departments in Bonn and
Hamburg, and the ILLC at the Universiteit van Amsterdam