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Subject:Re: Open note to Eric on FAQs From:Jane Elizabeth Patterson <jpatters -at- JUPITER -dot- WILLAMETTE -dot- EDU> Date:Fri, 8 Apr 1994 12:44:12 -0700
}Any FAQs the list produces could find a home on the gopher or WWW
}server here at OSU as well, so if someone feels ambitious enough
}to construct an HTML FAQ, we can easily use it. BTW, HTML
}can easily be parsed into a very nice text-only format for posting
}as mail, so that might not be a bad way to go.
While I certainly don't feel knowledgable enough to *produce* a FAQ,
if someone wants write one in plain text, I can convert it to HTML.
Jane E. Patterson jpatters -at- willamette -dot- edu
My Home Page -- http://www.willamette.edu/~jpatters/
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