|Date(s):||1999? - present|
|Founder(s):||Jen Chapman and Charlene Vickers|
|URL:||fuh-q at Yahoo! Groups|
List webpage (archived by the Wayback Machine, Apr 2002)
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The list reached its peak around 2001, but is still active as a small group of friends.
The term Fuh-Q Fest originated with this group.
The name "Fuh-Q" was originally the title of a TSU written by JA Chapman and Olivia Monteith. This title was later used as the name of a private Yahoo group started by several TSU writers and co-modded by JA Chapman and Charlene Vickers, who wanted to be able to discuss anything and everything considered off-topic on ASCEM and that had a more free-flowing vibe.
The name Fuh-Q is pronounced 'Fuck You', as the joke was "If you don't like what we're talking about, Fuh-Q." It was spelled as such because Yahoo! didn't accept groups with "Fuck" in the title.
kira-nerys was a founding member of Fuh-Q and it was there that she first was inspired to start the Fuh-Q fests which have now extended well beyond the Star Trek fandom but the original Fuh-Q Fest authors and collaborators began with this small group forever linking the fests with both ASCEML and TSU as well as Fuh-Q.