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Subject:errata From:Eileen Parzek <turtle -at- MAIL -dot- ALBANY -dot- NET> Date:Wed, 8 Nov 1995 07:18:47 -0500
Date: Tue, 7 Nov 1995 06:13:53 -0800
From: Richard Mateosian <srm -at- C2 -dot- ORG>
>I'm writing a page of corrections to a manual. What do you usually
>call such pages? Someone suggested "errata". Someone else thought
>Latin will only confuse our international readers. Any suggestions?
Well, I've come to expect Readme.txt, that little ascii file bundled
with every new software I've ever gotten from Microsoft and others, to
have the 'oops' stuff on it. But I'm only half serious that you call
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