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At the end of 2013, they turned ownership over to Katharine O'Moore-Klopf and John Renish.
Katharine became the sole list owner in February 2016.
(For additional information on tags, see the heads "Subject Lines and Tags" and "Valid Tags" below.) There is also an auxiliary "off-list" list (Copyediting-Off-list-L) for discussions not directly related to editing. We recommend that you choose to receive individual messages because this allows you to filter the list mail based on the tags that subscribers use in their subject lines.
CE-L and CEL-O are set up so that only the list owners can see the names and e-mail addresses in the list of subscribers.Copyediting-L also is not a professional association for editors; it is an email discussion list only. We do not maintain a directory of members, although we do maintain a list of subscribers who are freelancers (see the "Freelancers" tab on this website).By reading or posting messages to Copyediting-L (aka CE-L), you agree that CE-L's list owners and members cannot be held responsible for any damage caused by this system.Other subscribers will, of course, see your name and e-mail address when you post messages. Anyone may join the list, and subscribers may forward your messages to others.Don’t post anything that you wouldn’t want your parents, your life partner, your children, your extended family, your neighbors, your immediate supervisor, your coworkers, or your clients to read. Bill Blinn and Jane Lyle served as list co-owners from the late 1990s through 2013.