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Subject:Re: Moderate techwr-l? From:Karen Kay <karenk -at- NETCOM -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 9 Jan 1995 23:14:32 -0800
Nancy Hayes said:
> No. Although, I did like Bonnie's (?) idea of a FAQ. Of course,
> then you have the problem misc.writing has: no one can ever find
> the flaming FAQ.
:) We have an advantage over misc.writing, being a list. The FAQ could be
stored with the archives, available through the listserver--a lot of lists
keep a copy of their welcome message their. Or it could be made accessible
through Eric's home page--or even the list's home page, when Eric builds
it in his spare time.:)
> Last, I access the group through an Internet connection. I'd
> hate to have my access cut to it when it provides so much
> helpful information.
Umm...most of us access the group through the Internet. Do you mean
> There's been quite a few times when
> an "off-topic" comment has helped me w/ something I'm working on.