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Subject:Re: Cost of Documentation From:Win Day <winday -at- IDIRECT -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 21 May 1996 06:52:20 -0400
At 10:02 AM 5/21/96 +1000, Colleen Dancer wrote:
>Hardware documentation can often be justified for liability reasons, but
>not software. At least in Australia people aren't liable over software.
My client, as part of their engineering services, creates software that
operates refineries. You bet they're liable for accuracy in the
documentation. In fact, the part I was MOST careful about in my contract
was to make sure THEY and not me are responsible for accuracy.
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