Beyond the Sunset's mailing lists are both used to co-ordinate the day-to-day business of domains, and assist with in-character communication between any active venues nationally.
The List Administrator is currently Ren Leahy. Contact him if you have any problems gaining access to the national lists, or problems with your local lists.
The National Communications Coordinator is currently Alex MacKenzie.
A number of IC lists are closing, either due to inactivity or because we are moving towards using the forums as our primary IC communication platform across Domains. The list of forums can be found here.
If you're new to the club, the most important lists to subscribe to are ooc.australia and your local domain list. If you play in a game and would like to stay appraised of the gossip that goes on between games, or participate, you should also check the in-character lists for that genre, or with your ST, if there's a list for your domain.
When you sign up, you will have to list your name, and a password. Occasionally, you'll also have to wait to be 'verified'; this can take up to 24-48 hours. Once you're a member, you can also revisit the list to search the archives for previous messages.
Out of Character Lists
- global.membership is used for all members of Shadowplay International to communicate, across the globe!
- announce.australia is used by the National Council for important announcements; subscribers cannot post to it.
- ooc.australia is where the magic happens. The National Council make reports, national business such as Conclave or elections are organized, and other business affecting Beyond the Sunset as a whole is handled there.
- dc.australia is used by the Domain Coordinators of each domain to do coordinatory things.
- list.moderators is used by the List Moderators of each list to keep things organized.
- prestige.committee is used by the NRC and co to do prestige things.
- WebDev is used by the Web Development team - may God have mercy on their souls.
- st.australia is used by the hard working VSTs, DSTs, and GSTs of each domain for organization.
- st.awakening is used by the Mage: the Awakening VSTs to organize the Awakening game nationally.
- st.forsaken is used by the Werewolf: the Forsaken VSTs to organize the Forsaken game nationally.
- st.lost is used by the Changeling: the Lost VSTs to organize the Lost game nationally.
- st.masquerade is used by the Vampire: the Masquerade VSTs to organize the Masquerade game nationally.
- st.requiem is used by the Vampire: the Requiem VSTs to organize the Requiem game nationally.
These lists are used to co-ordinate domain business; all announcements should be made over them.
- ooc.adelaide - Adelaide
- ooc.armidale - Armidale
- ooc.brisbane - Brisbane
- ooc.canberra - Canberra
- ooc.melbourne - Melbourne
- ooc.perth - Perth
- ooc.southerncross - Southern Cross
- ooc.sydney - Sydney
- ooc.toowoomba - Toowoomba
- The awakening.ooc list is open to all potential players of Mage: the Awakening; it's used to co-ordinate character ties and facilitate all out-of-character discussion for the Awakening genre.
- The forsaken.ooc list is open to all potential players of Werewolf: the Forsaken; it's used to co-ordinate character ties and facilitate all out-of-character discussion for the Forsaken genre.
- The lost.ooc list is open to all potential players of Changeling: the Lost; it's used to co-ordinate character ties and facilitate all out-of-character discussion for the Lost genre.
- The masquerade.ooc list is open to all potential players of Vampire: the Masquerade; it's used to co-ordinate character ties and facilitate all out-of-character discussion for the Masquerade genre.
- The requiem.ooc list is open to all potential players of Vampire: the Requiem; it's used to co-ordinate character ties and facilitate all out-of-character discussion for the Requiem genre.
The following are the In-Character Lists, organized by genre.
Currently, only two IC lists are active:
To unsubscribe from all BtS mailing lists please follow these very simple instructions:
- Visit the list info page of a list that you know for certain that you are subscribed to (there is a comprehensive list of links above).
- At the very bottom of every list info page there is a subscribers section, which has a text box where you enter your email address and a button marked 'Unsubscribe or edit options' which you will want to click.
- This will take you to a membership configuration page where you will find many very cool options. Find the one with the button marked 'List my other subscriptions'.
- You will be taken to a page that lists the lists that you are subscribed to, with very convenient links to their unsubscribe options. Neat huh?
- It then becomes a matter of visiting each of the links on the list subscriptions page you are shown (I recommend opening them in new tabs/windows so you don't lose your place) and clicking the unsubscribe button.