Re: new kid on the block (long) Take TWO
This bothers me in several ways. One thing is, as I am
revising and updating some of the existing
documentation and having it reviewed, the reviewers
(QA) complain that some of the information is
inaccurate or lacking. So I put in the updated
information, clarifying and adding whatever might be
missing. Then when former writer gets a hold of it, he
chops most of it out saying "There is no need for
this. No one reads the documentation anyway. It was
better the without this information."
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