If you are interested in the proposed a capella group and wish to reply to the previous message about it, you can do so in two (well, three, actually) ways.
To reply publicly, log into Meetup and go to the message board for the a cappella group. If your e-mail program supports it, you can click here
to go directly to the message board. Once at the message board, click on "Post a Reply". Your reply will be placed in the message board and will be visible to all who are interested. This is probably the best way to discuss this proposed group. This way everyone can get a feel for how many may be interested and you can share any ideas you may have about the group, possible meeting locations, and so on.
If you'd prefer to reply privately to Danielle, you may locate her under Members or on the message board and click on the envelope icon to send her a message. If your e-mail program supports it, you may also click here
to send a message.
If you simply reply to the original message (or to this message), the reply will be sent to the mailing list. Since the list is moderated, the message will not be sent out but will instead be queued for approval. I will copy the message to the message board, as I have done already for several replies, but it will not be sent to the entire mailing list since it may not be of interest to many of our members. You may get a message from meetup indicating that your request to send a message to the group was denied. That does not mean the message was not received, since I will copy it to the message board, it only means it was not sent to the mailing list. Sending a response this way will cause it to be delayed until either I or one of the other organizers can deal with it. The other two response options are preferred.
Mark, your Pseudodisorganizer.