Re: A definition for "server"

Subject: Re: A definition for "server"
From: Stuart Reynolds <stuartr -at- FIRSTGRAPHICS -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 11 Jul 1995 12:15:59 -0700

>From: Price, Becca
>Subject: RE: Need a definition for "server"
>Date: Tuesday, July 11, 1995 9:39AM

Hi Becca..

>The people for whom the document is being written (the requestors, not the
>users) believe that our user community should only be told the bare minimum
>they need to know in order to do their job. Anything else "will confuse

>This is a frustrating situation for me and for other members of our writing
>team, and not everyone here agrees with this philosophy. We've been
>sneaking in more and more contextual and process-based information in our
>documents, but apparently in my brief description of our network as
>background for a "switch server connected" procedure, I got a bit cocky and
>actually put in some technical information, and got caught at it.

I dunno if you're still "in need" but if it is for a less-knowledged user,
why not make it an analogy? i.e., Use a restaurant..The server is a
kitchen, the nodes (workstations) are the tables, and the pathways
(net-lines) are the waiting people <pc?> :) Sorry I couldn'thelp it.
OK, this is a llittle too "simple" but if it is being aimed at the LK users,
then it'll have to be effectively simple to keep your client happy.



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