Re: "Obvious" warnings - drawing the line

Subject: Re: "Obvious" warnings - drawing the line
From: letoured -at- together -dot- net
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 06 Aug 2002 14:38:02 -0400

In <9A4B2157EFDBE546BECD68C62AC3B1C8A676C2 -at- es05snlnt>, on 08/06/02
at 06:57 AM, "Christensen, Kent" <lkchris -at- sandia -dot- gov> said:

>re: The answer is not that complicated. -- The general rule is simple ...

>I agree, it's simple. You do it if your company attorney or your subject
>matter expert says to do it. Writers aren't in charge in this instance, and
>it doesn't even hurt.

That depends on the industry. In the utility industry and mass transit, the
writer is the expert and in charge. The lawyers give advice and guidance, but
they don't read 5000 page manuals to see if every warning is where it should
be, and they would not know where they belong anyway.

letoured -at- together -dot- net

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