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Re: Genealogy software for Linux

laura ramona
 

Hello everybody,
I am looking for the Aron/Aaron family from Podoleni, Romania.


Re: JGSGW Presents Telling Your Story, Leaving a Legacy with Anne Bolen on Sunday, October 20, 2019

Annette Weiss
 

For the last 4 years I have been the volunteer leader of a group at the JCCManhattan for a program called the Memory Book Project, where I take pairs of volunteers and assign them to an elderly person to capture their stories.  Using Mixbook.com, we create hardcover books for them to share with their families.  Having grown up without any grandparents, I want to make sure that no on suffers the same sense of identity deprivation that I have.  My team has done 10 books so far and it's truly been a labor of love, and I'm happy to see other organizations taking up the cause!


Re: Hebrew/Russian translation requested

Alan Shuchat
 

As others have pointed out, the top is in Yiddish. Here's a translation.

Yiddish: My dear beloved brother Borekh and sister-in-law with your beloved children. To you as a remembrance from your sister Rosie and my little son Leybenyu.

Russian: To my dear ones, newly found brother, sister-in-law, and beloved children from sister Reyzl and son Leybele. Proskurov 29 July 1947.

Alan Shuchat
Newton, MA

SHUKHAT (Talnoe, Simferopol, Sevastopol, Odessa, Balta (Abazovka), Pogrebishche)
VINOKUR (Talnoe), KURIS (Mogilev-Podolskiy, Ataki, Berdichev)
ZILBERMAN (Soroki, Kremenets), BIRNBAUM (Kamenets-Podolskiy)
KITAIGORODSKI (Zvenigorodka)


Help needed to recognise this Ferramonti couple please 1943 e #holocaust #austria-czech #germany

YBentham
 

I have photos of various people from Ferramonti di Tarsia internment camp whose identity I am trying to establish. They were a married couple, no children, he apparently from Zagreb, she German. He was quite a few years older than her and diabetic. They left the camp after it was liberated in September 1943 and then went to Bari, (Italy) but after that I have no idea. As my late father's book on Ferramonti is nearing completion it would be great to include these people in the photo section. My father is in the photo of 3, the man on the right. Sorry I have mis-labelled them all but I hope it makes sense. Many thanks.


Re: Digest

sjgwed@...
 

I, too, requested a summary - one per day - but now receive digests every hour at least, day after day! I would think the servers would deliver the digest in the same form that members received it previously. One per day is plenty, please.

Susan Gordon


Re: receiving multiple digests and duplicate emails

Jack Berger
 

Can someone tell me how to compose and send my own message without having to reply to something already posted?

 

I can’t believe I cannot find this feature anywhere.

 

Also: Is there a Lithuania SIG?  I didn’t see one in your list.

 

Pls advis

JSB


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Re: Please help with Hungarian translation on Viewmate

judyyoung@...
 

How does one get on Viewmate from this message? Before one could link directly to the Viewmate page with the request. Now I would think there are several extra steps to make to find the page? Sorry about sending this to everyone; I don't see how to reply just to Beth or how to get on the site and then get back here.  Judy Young


Re: New JewishGen platform

Alan Ehrlich
 

Yes, I simply switched, in the settings link, to daily digests, Now I really like the new platform. It offers very useful new features, and "overview" with this "delivery" frequency is perfect as well. 

Friendly regards,
Alan Ehrlich (JGen No. 6925)
Geneva, Switzerland
 


How to privately reply

Marjorie Geiser
 

Here's a question related to the new system:

I've found that not everyone's email is showing up with a link when I get the digests.

As a consequence, I wasn't able to privately thank two people who answered my question about SS5 and Immigrants.

I looked at the online option, and under each reply, there's a link to 'reply,' but does anyone know if that option replies just to the person, or does it go to the whole group?

Thanks,

Margie Geiser
Arizona, USA


PLEASE READ: Multiple Digest Issues

Nancy Siegel
 

We understand that many of you are frustrated with receiving multiple digests on the same day. The current default setting of “Full Feature Digest” compiles up to 12 messages together and then sends them as one Digest email. When more than 12 messages and replies are sent to the Group, more than one Digest will automatically be created. We will explore if there are ways to modify this and will get back to you. In the meantime, your patience is greatly appreciated as we are taking all of your suggestions and recommendations into consideration.

 

Other options of delivery currently available are: 

 

Individual Messages - each message sent separately to you

Daily Summary - an index delivered each morning of the group’s messages posted the prior day; subject line only, not the full message

Special Notices Only - sent occasionally by the Group’s Moderator

 

If you want to change to one of the other above options, at the top of the Digest page there should be an option, under the green banner, to “edit your subscriptions, here.” If that doesn’t appear on your page, you can change your subscription settings by clicking on “View/Reply Online” found after each message, then clicking on “Subscription” on the left-hand side of the page. Or by clicking on “Unsubscribe Here” at the bottom of the digest page. This will bring you to a page where you can click on the delivery option you want.

 

On a related topic, there have been no changes to the SIG Groups.


Thank you,

Nancy Siegel (San Francisco, CA, USA)

Communications Coordinator 

JewishGen.org









Replying individually to someone who has posted a message

Bruce Drake
 

I'm sure the answer to this is staring me right in the face, but on the old listserv, when someone posted a message you could see his/her email address is you wanted to send a reply that might not be of interest to the whole group. But I'm not seeing it on this new platform. Where do I look or how do I do it?


new format

jbonline1111@...
 


There is much I like about the new format, including the ability to skip directly to messages that interest me.  I now see that I can cut-and-paste previous comments if I wish, but they no longer appear automatically, which was convenient.  I can also reply directly from my email client (Google, in this case) without going to the website, just as before.  

However, the roll-out has been problematic.  Why am I now receiving 3-4 Daily Digests a day instead of one?  Is there a limit on the number of messages for a digest, perhaps?  

Why do some posts have no private email addresses to which we can reply?  That requires public replies when that is not necessary?  

I assume these bugs will be worked out sooner or later, but I hope it's sooner.

Barbara Sloan


ViewMate Posting: Yiddish translation of photo inscription

Roy Ogus
 

The photo in the following ViewMate posting shows an inscription in Yiddish that I found on the back of a photo of a man holding a child.  Can anyone translate it for me?

https://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=75441

Thanks for any input!

Roy Ogus
Palo Alto, California
r_ogus at hotmail.com

Moderator Note: please respond privately


Re: receiving multiple digests and duplicate emails

Judi Gyory Missel
 

Updating pages and an entire website is the pits...been there, done that. When I go to the jewishgen.org mailing list management page  https://www.jewishgen.org/ListManager/

I am given these options:
 DIGEST — Receive daily digest with all the messages of the day
 INDEX — Receive daily index of the subject lines of the messages of the day
 MAIL — Receive mail as it is contributed
 NOMAIL — Receive no mail — Temporarily stop the mail

In the answers to organizing my responses for the new mailing group, these are my options:

Individual Messages - You will receive each message in an individual email.
Full Featured Digest - Group up to 12 messages together as one email instead of being sent individually (rich formatting).
Daily Summary - A daily summary, delivered in the morning, of the group's messages from the previous day.
Special Notices Only - You will only receive special notices from the moderators.

So, how and where can I access the new mailing group preference? And do the old choices page still apply or will that eventually match the new pages?
Judi Missel
Mesa, Arizona


Re: so many digests

Susan Kobren
 

I can understand why people are having problems. I tried to follow Peggy’s directions but still could not find a place to change to Daily digest by following other instructions - and I am very techie. I finally found out that since I have been receiving this list for so long, I never signed up with a password. Once I did that I was able to see how to change my preference.
Susan Kobren
New Jersey


Re: Stop the daily digests

R Jaffer
 

If you are having difficulty changing to a daily summary, try doing it from a computer instead of your phone. That may be true for some tablets also but I'm not sure. From a computer log in with the new password you created for the Discussion Group mailing. While at that site you can change your mailing frequency. I couldn't do it from my phone. 


websites and aids

Esther
 

As some of you know  I have organized 4 websites:
Rezekne:  http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/rezekne/

 

Cherkassy:  http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Cherkasy/default.asp 
Sveksna:  http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/sveksna/   

 

Vitebskhttp://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Vitsyebsk/ 

Up to recently I had aids who pasted material on these websites for me.
Now 2 of my aids are unable to do so anymore.
What shall I do to paste material om these websites?
As understood , I have received and organized more recent material which I would like to paste on these websites.
I have contacted Susanna many times with this problem; but up to now have not received any help.
Thanking you in advance


Re: #Digest

Jews from Bukovina
 

Help Please!

How does one search for Peggy's original post? 
Shouldn't it be attached above  so we can all follow along? What am I missing?

And... Thank you Jewishgen for your new format! It will take time on your end to work everything out and on the users end as well...... I look forward to all the wonderful changes!  Mazel Tov. Great job!



JewishGen.org Discussion Group - Digest #1

judieson@...
 

I find the formatting for this new type of posting to be distracting and uncoordinated.  I'm sorry to say so, because I've been an ardent reader since inception of the former discussion groups...and that's a lot of years and viewing. My method was to scan down the 'table of contents', and pay attention to subject matter. Then, I'd scroll through the various postings, primarily looking for words/content of interest such as surnames and communities which I am personally interested in.  The format was even, well spaced and subject pertaining - and any time I spent on it was deliberate.  It was truly 'a joy' to be able to go online and communicate internationally - after so many years of searching in other manners (since circa 1972).


With the new format, I find the colorings to be distracting, the spacing to be awkward, the icons irritating....and in general, the entire thing is difficult to scroll through systematically.  Disorder and poor spacing are very irritating to me, personally.

I completely prefer the former systems and postings, being able to zero in on my personal choices, and to briefly skim irrelevant posts to my family searches.  There was order and conformity to it all...and I miss that!

As an active genealogist,  small group discussion presenter locally, and 'keeper' of a very large email address book of interested individuals, I am sorry that I can no longer forward individual preference postings by geographic area to my mailing lists.  People really appreciated and commented on being able to 'zero in' on Hungarian or Polish or ------ readings, and now it is scattered and disorienting.

Thank you for the efforts of the site originators, but the new format 'does nothing for me'.
Judie Cynkus Rice
JGSLA former area coordinator for So.Bay/LongBeach/near OC communities

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Seeking information on Yedvabne, Llamza District

Hallie Metzger
 

To JewishGen

I am seeking information on Yedvabne, Llamza (Lomza) district where my
great-grandfather Jacob Yablowski (Yalofsky) was the cantor/shochet in
the late 18oos. My grandfather was born there about 1880.

You can answer privately,

Thank you, Hannah Metzger, hallie.metzger@...