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Joy Owen wrote: "an engineer on my team wants me to put his name down to credit him for docs that he's worked on. These are all internal IT documents"
Depending on the formality of your environment, you might want to take the opportunity to have some fun. You could put a snappy, Keith-Cronin-sig-lineish note to the effect that the engineer is really great in the footer of the relevant sections. If the internal audience won't mind, why not take the chance to play a little and develop some cameraderie with the engineer?
Just a thought. :)
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