Re: Certification

Subject: Re: Certification
From: "Bernard A. McCann" <bi975 -at- FREENET -dot- CARLETON -dot- CA>
Date: Tue, 6 Aug 1996 14:38:52 GMT

(Alliejon -at- aol -dot- com) writes:
>>2. What would serve as the governing body for such a program?
> Obviously STC should have huge say in this. I also think that educational
> programs and corporate communicators should be involved in setting the
> standards.

Please, let's stop this! Why do we use words like "HUGE" to indicate the
STC influence? Isn't this an international newsgroup? The world does not
revolve around the STC. Travel to England (The home of the English
language) and you'll find technical authors, who work throughout Europe,
who have never heard of the STC.

Obviously, the STC should have its say, but no more than anyone else.


_/ "If language is not correct, then what is
_/_/_/_/ _/_/_/_/_/ _/_/_/_/ not what is meant; if what is
_/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ said, is not what is meant, then what
_/_/_/_/ _/ _/ _/ _/_/_/_/ ought to be done...remains undone." C.

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